Shops & Business

Nora O'Leary of Manhattan Toy Co.

Toy Company Discusses the Joy of Creation. Manhattan Toy Company creates a world of imagination for young dreamers.

The stained glass wall at Edina City Hall.

The stained glass wall on the east side of Edina City Hall is exactly where it should be: close to the site of Edina Mill.

Model wearing a structured white blouse with cropped pants in an office setting.

Office Fashion Forward. Local stylists offer insight into the new wave of office fashion.

Kristen Johnson, wearing styles from Equation.

Style Edina Hits the Stage at the Galleria. Fashion show showcases retailers from across the city.

Glass sculpture "The Wave" by artist David Wight

Going to the beach is one of this season’s finest luxuries, and enjoying Minnesota lakes tops my own “Best Way to Spend a Summer Day” list. When I visit one of the coasts—east, west or north—

Coach teaches young hockey player to stake

Edina’s Community Impact Program serves as charitable partner to nonprofits and projects initiating change.

In 2020, Minneapolis resident Jeanne Bleu decided to stop dyeing her hair blonde and embrace her naturally graying hair.

Scout Handsome Apparel and Gifts

With spring on the horizon, people are beginning to put away winter clothes and break out their warm-weather wardrobes. For a lot of men, this is a good time to take a look at your closet and perhaps make some updates.

New Spaces

  When you realize your home is no longer serving your needs, you typically have two choices: renovate or move.

Bigbee with artist renderings of Sound on 27th, an affordable housing  community opening in Edina this spring. Renderings courtesy of Aeon.

Arnie Bigbee refers to himself as “kind of a volunteer geek.” After retiring in 2007 from a 32-year career in administration at Mayo Clinic, he has committed his time to organizations in Edina and the Twin Cities, focusing on the issue of affordable housing.