A local travel expert offers four ways to build the best “skip-gen” journey.
Carpe diem, the Latin proverb translating to “seize the day,” has been a part of Edina resident Jasmine Brett Stringer’s life since high school.
It seems every month, we are faced with another round of skin care product and procedure recommendations from industry experts and health professionals around the country. But our skin faces its own brand of issues—from winter’s wrath to sundrenched days at the lake. Edina Magazine asked those who know us best—professionals right here in Edina—to offer their recommendations for healthy skin.
Kally Karjala, medical esthetician and manager with Skin Artisans at Edina Plastic Surgery; Michelle Poirier, vice president with Lili Salon Spa; and Patrick Connery of Blue Mercury offer their best tips.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. In an effort to help raise awareness, we spoke to Dr. Jess Prischmann from Prischmann Facial Plastic Surgery for advice.
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: