Arts & Culture

About 50 residents and staff participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s gathering at Trillium Woods. The Trillium Woods team raised more than $6,500 for the Alzheimer’s Association this year.

Smoky Fish Chowder

By now, even the most fervent cooks have grown a bit weary as the holidays and high entertaining season begin to fade into the distance.

"terra cotta" vases made from baking powder and paint

We’re relegated to staying home a lot more these days, so why not put that extra time indoors to good use?

stack of vintage hard-sided luggage

Organizing can be both decorative and thematic. Think outside the (plastic) box. Creating themes based on things you love personalizes the process and even makes organizing fun.

The Tranquility of Winter Walks

The Tranquility of Winter Walks, taken by Matthew Prior, placed second in the Pets category for our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.

Nikki Steele provides styling services

With inclusivity as the forefront of her business, stylist and blogger Nikki Steele has a unique business moto: Be like a pineapple. Stand tall. Wear a crown, and be sweet on the inside.

Christine Kudelka

Before online learning became a pandemic necessity, Christine Kudelka, professor emeritus, (MBA faculty, College of Business and Technology) has been teaching remotely for over a decade as part of Concordia University’s online education initiative.

Heart #44 original mixed media on canvas

“Stephanie Dillion’s signature heart paintings are like pieces of the past, hardships that one never thought they were capable of getting through, yet we do. And somehow, our heart is put back together stronger and more beautifully than we ever thought possible by grace and love.

A reindeer at Plymouth's Old Fashioned Christmas event.

This year, Old Fashioned Christmas will not be as traditional as its name implies.

Gifts wrapped in the furoshiki method.

It’s easier than you think to come up with green alternatives to traditional giftwrap and boxes.

Northernmost by Peter Geye

Minnesota native Peter Geye has been called “the poet laureate of snow.”

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