Hi-yah! by Rebecca Shamblin placed first in the Activities and Events category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.
Arts & Culture
In the early 1970s, Rose Minor, co-owner and operator of Step by Step Montessori, first happened upon a Montessori school.
On Kimberly Lane Elementary School’s two new playgrounds, there is equipment for climbing and hanging, balancing and playing ball.
With fall come new fashion trends, and homes are no exception. We asked Elizabeth Cohen, general manager of Studio M Interiors in Plymouth, about the latest colors and textures to freshen up your space.
Perfect scores are hard to come by when taking exams, but Allison Sholl, a senior at Wayzata High School, did just that on her Advanced Placement Macroeconomics Exam. In 2015, 2.5 million high school students took roughly 4.5 million AP Exams.
August always zooms by. With the start of the school year looming just around the corner, we’ve consulted with a local teacher and a nurse for tips and information that will help ease the transition in getting kids ready for going back to school.
Former Medina mayor Liz Weir has published her first book of collected poems, High on Table Mountain, which was released in March.
Last October, Urias Jah was home at Plymouth Pond Apartments with a stomachache when he heard people yelling “Fire!” Initially, Jah thought the cries were a prank until he realized flames were growing on the building’s second floor.
Devon Worley has walked the line between two worlds since she was a child. In one world, she grew up in school with peers her own age. In the other, she grew up on stage, under the music industry’s spotlight alongside adult musicians who are also professional peers.