Kelly Cochrane is a bundle of energy, charisma, drive and chutzpah whose warm and bubbly personality envelops whomever she talks to. This three-time cancer survivor knows a thing or two about relationships and community.
This month, Ann Platt, owner of Pets Are Inn, shares some seasonal safety tips for your pets.
Artists express themselves in a variety of ways and mediums. For decades, Edina artist Judy Freeman has created ketubahs—Jewish wedding contracts that are signed just prior to the wedding ceremony and then displayed in the home of the couple.
Spring Break for Edina Public Schools begins March 27 and that means many students and their families will enjoy some downtime together before finishing out the school year. Grace McGurran, an Edina High School senior, tells us what she’ll be doing during her time off.
It’s been reported that each year one in three Americans over the age of 65 will suffer a fall. It can be easier to slip and fall in winter. Steps and roads are slippery. Sometimes snow covers ice on sidewalks. And bad weather can make it harder to see.
We’ve been keeping our eyes open for fall beauty. No, we’re not leaf-peeping. We’re looking for the best ideas in fall beauty products. Here’s what we found:
With a little patience and guidance, you can become a nurturing resource for a child in need. Born Chea, adoptions and foster care licensing supervisor of Hennepin County Foster Care, helps map out the step-by-step process.
Dr. Justin Anderson is a licensed sports psychologist and owner of Premier Sport Psychology in Edina. According to Anderson, the sports psychology field is growing and becoming essential for many athletes.
Despite recent publicity thanks to celebrities such as Hayden Panettiere, many women still suffer alone through postpartum anxiety and depression.