Arts

Brad Kite Ice Skating

Picture Plymouth: Brad Kite Ice Skating. Photographer captures winter beauty on Medicine Lake.

Vote for your readers' choice winner for Picture Plymouth 2022.

Reader’s Choice Voting Open for Picture Plymouth 2022. Polls are open, time to pick your favorite pics of Plymouth!

Docked sailboats at Clifton E. French Regional Park.

Picture Plymouth: Clouds Pointing the Way for Sailors At Clifton E. French Regional Park. Mirror reflection at Clifton E. French Regional Park.

Ky McDonald, Set Me Free

“There’s no place like home,” proclaims Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz. Our homes are the foundation of all of our hopes and dreams while also very real places that exude a warmth created by the people that inhabit the space.

Day Dream III

We are at the start of a new year and new beginnings, which is also a great time for reflection. Mary Catherine Solberg’s original work, Day Dream III, captures a calm state as the subject goes deep in her thoughts. Meditation is a practice that uses mindfulness to train your aw

Afternoon Skate, Amy Wilcox

Afternoon Skate, which placed second in the People and Families category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest, was taken by Amy Wilcox.

author R.T. Lund

When Plymouth resident Bob Lund graduated from college with a degree in English, he had two choices—enroll in either journalism school or law school. 

Butterfly Joy!

Katie May’s Butterfly Joy placed third in the People and Families category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.

The commission Skip and May Ling collaborated on.

While their artistic journeys may look markedly different, Plymouth artists May Ling Kopecky and Skip Sturtz share some common threads that wonderfully weave their ways throughout their work and lives.

Umbreen Hasan, M.D.

While en route to a conference in 2016, Umbreen Hasan, M.D., saw her life take an unexpected turn after a being involved in a serious car accident.

Electrify Parkers Lake

“It was a Friday afternoon, and I was working remotely from home when notifications of approaching storms started appearing on my phone …” Troy Brantner says. “My goal was to capture some dramatic storm shots from the second line of storms, which were produced f

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