“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” Nancy Dilts says.
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Locals create a service to promote family volunteering.
On September 20, Ty Farley was inducted into the Edina Athletic Hall of Fame. But Farley’s life story tells us more about resilience and fortitude than can be measured by athletic achievement. Ty Farley of Edina was adopted in 1969 by Harrison and Marie Farley when he was just 18 months old.
Since the Edina location of Mainstream Boutique opened at Centennial Lakes Plaza last April, it’s been a place where generations of women have found common ground.
Erin Zosel of Edina opened Sloane’s Beauty Bar at 50th and France in February 2017. This unpretentious yet super stylish salon is home to several talented stylists including Paul Felipe who lives in Edina and has raised his two children here.
Through her online business Vanessa Style Shop, Dembo sells handmade accessories created by Venezuelan artists.
It seems as if everyone is striving to make advancements in technology and launch the latest and greatest new gadget. However, there’s one area of life that just hasn’t seemed to make the same leaps and bounds as the rest of the world: the outdoors.
With no known cure for Alzheimer’s, caregivers look to a variety of treatments to minimize progression. Covenant Village of Golden Valley offers individuals with dementia an innovative program called Saido learning.
Though Amy Brace had been baking her whole life, she never imagined it would become a full-time career. Then, she became obsessed with the television show Cupcake Wars and started to take baking seriously. Now, she’s opened her second bakery—this one in Edina at Southdale Center.