Arts & Culture

A woman writes a letter during the coronavirus pandemic.

With all of this time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, most of us are trying to come up with ways to engage families in activities that don't involve a screen.

A pair of white headphones on a yellow background.

This scary storytelling podcast features terrifying tales told by the people who lived them.

Blue and pink hydrangeas

Hydrangeas are versatile, easy to grow and a wonderful addition to any garden landscape.

A person walks on a chalk drawing during the Eden Prairie Fourth of July celebration.

An abundance of festivities sweep Eden Prairie, Chanhassen and Waconia around the Fourth of July.

A pink flower from Bachman's, votes Best Florist in the Best of Southwest Metro 2019 readers' choice survey.

Get the digits for Eden Prairie’s Bachman’s.

A home designed and built by John Kraemer & Sons.

For those contemplating a living space makeover or a move, combing through the vocabulary used by designers and home builders can be confounding.

"A Key to Treehouse Living" by Elliot Reed

"A Key to Treehouse Living" is a story told through a glossary of seemingly random words and ideas.

A woman holds a leaf from a white oak tree backlit by the sun.

White oak is native from central Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico and will be resilient to climate change.

A man looks through a telescope on Astronomy Day.

The Minnesota Astronomical Society is offering Public Star Party – Astronomy Day from 1-10 p.m. May 11 at Baylor Regional Park in Norwood Young America.

Students at Chanhassen’s St. Hubert’s School understand that practice makes perfect, even when it comes to working with their Hubots.

A festival game with a Ferris wheel in the background.

Eden Prairie and surrounding residents have come to look forward to the Eden Prairie Lions Club’s annual Schooner Days