Edina Magazine 2022 In Review. A roundup of this year's most read stories.
Exploring the people, places and programs that make Edina such a special community.
The city celebrates a 34-year Independence Day tradition.
Walking through the front doors of ModernWell is like walking into an oasis. With bright walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, cushy couches and welcoming work desks, the space is designed for creativity.
When Leah Steidl—a hobbyist photographer of eight years—had her little girl, she knew she had to capture the little moments life has to offer. “I picked up photography because my daughter grows too fast,” Steidl says with a smile.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, which is a time to celebrate the contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders to the history and culture of our country.
Want to see your photography in our magazine? Submit a photo (or a few!) to the 18th annual Images of Edina photo contest. Through the photo contest, we’re able to spotlight local photographers—giving us the opportunity to see our community through their lens.
Jeff Ohe, owner of Edina-based Cahill Financial Advisors, feels a responsibility to be engaged. Ohe—along with his wife and their four kids—moved to Edina in 2005 for the schools and the community. Feeling blessed by what he has, he wanted to give back.
Galentine’s Day is a time to surround yourself with your best friends and to celebrate love—whether you’re single or not. This unofficial holiday is truly as sweet as it sounds.
During the past two years, masks, social distancing and vaccinations have become prominent in our lives. But the strongest and most significant impact of COVID-19 is the loss of people we love—the irreplaceable friends and family members who have passed because of the virus.