December 2013

The December issue of Plymouth Magazine features a guide for hosting your own festive fondue holiday party. We also profile local teen Graham Maas, who is busy training for a youth modern pentathlon. We've also put together a guide for last-minute holiday gifts and tips for finding the perfect present for your furry friend. You'll also learn about some of Plymouth's dedicated volunteers, how to build a home away from home, and a local program that's helping to make holiday memories for hospital patients.

By Sarah Borchers
Photography has become not just an art and talent—but an international career—for Plymouth’s Elizabeth Ansley.
During the hustle and bustle of a (sometimes) stress-filled holiday season, having delicious pie options to order out just might be a life-saver.
Five local charities would love your year-end attention.
A sunny classic; red snapper dish.
After 37 years, The Sunshine Factory gets a fresh start in Plymouth.
Long-distance planning results in a tour-worthy home.
One staff writer’s first-person review of a favorite—free!—Plymouth activity.
Expert tips on how to prevent bed bug infestation.
Extraordinary People Inc. reveals their clients’ ideal careers by uncovering what makes them extraordinary.
Holiday Lights and Limos gives patients and their families a special seasonal celebration.
Perfect pet presents from It’s a Pet’s Life and Chuck and Don’s
By Andy Greder
A 13-year-old Plymouth boy wants to excel in this multi-faceted competition.
No forks needed for this delectable fare from your favorite Plymouth eateries.
The city of Plymouth celebrates 20 years of volunteers.
Entertain in small bites, and watch your party-preparation stress melt away.