Arts & Culture

.A baby bird in a nest calls out for food.

One of the most well-liked features of Plymouth Magazine is the annual Picture Plymouth photo contest, which is open for submissions for the entire month of August.

When Angela Jaskowiak got in a car accident in high school, she thought her music career was over. Nerve damage in her hands left her unable to keep up with the rigor of playing an instrument.

To realtor Kath Hammerseng, selling houses is about giving back. “I really, really love helping people with that piece [of buying their house].

Minnesota claims its share of homegrown entertainment stars, from Judy Garland to Bob Dylan and Prince. But one who often goes under the radar is the internationally renowned filmmaker and sole non-British member of the Monty Python comedy troupe, Terry Gilliam.

Gloria Rice’s garden attracts and delights bees, birds, butterflies and, on one balmy midsummer day last year, a hungry hummingbird clearwing moth eager to feast on the nectar of the swamp milkweeds in Rice’s garden.

After much anticipation, a new senior living community will soon open in Plymouth.

The employees at Nelson Lawn and Landscape aren’t your typical lawn guys, drifting around your yard in raggedy shorts and tees.

Minneapolis visual artist Julian McFaul is bringing his popular Castle Adventure Camp to French Regional Park next month.

Heidi Eitreim was heading out the back door of her home when this breath-taking scene caught her eye.

It's been 29 years since Cindi Scheffler won the Minnesota State Fair talent show that launched her singing career. Since then, her voice has been heard in some of the most upscale restaurants in the Twin Cities, including Yvette’s, Sophia’s, and the Dakota.

Andrew Tang started playing chess when he was 4 years old. While other kids were building castles out of blocks, he was learning the strategy of knights, bishops and kings.

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