Arts & Culture

The share of women in the United States computing industry is less than 25 percent and shrinking. But Plymouth resident Kris Haagenson, a technology integration specialist for Robbinsdale Area Schools, is doing her part to counteract that trend.

For an indoor art adventure, young kids can create paper polar bears. You’ll need paper plates, white paper, googly eyes, black Sharpie, and glue. Draw polar bear paws, face, and snout on the paper, cut them out, and glue them to a trimmed paper plate. To finish, attach googly eyes

At any given time, there are about 70 local residents—teachers, carpenters, real estate agents, insurance salesmen and business owners—carrying a pager 24/7, trained and ready to assist the Plymouth Fire Department

Jacob and Nathan Ritter are a formidable duo. The 18-year-old twins maintain 4.0 GPAs at Wayzata High School, play competitive chess, and are part of a weekend hockey league.

From a young age, Abby Cooper’s life has revolved around reading much-loved books, creating her own neighborhood libraries and putting her thoughts and feelings into writing.

With the holiday gift-giving season close at hand, is your shopping complete? Or are you still looking for a few special items? This time of year, even the planners among us sometimes scramble to complete our lists. But it’s not too late to get a little assistance from a professional.

As a full time working mother, Amy Larson doesn’t have much time in the morning to worry about her style. She is more preoccupied with getting her two little girls ready for the day. This is why Larson applied for Plymouth Magazine’s makeover contest.

The biggest mistake homeowners make when putting their house on the market is trying to sell, rather than solve, a home’s problems, according to Patty Yorks, a local real estate agen

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