Arts & Culture

Plymouth anime artist, Vegalia Jean-Pierre, always longed to see herself, a Black woman, represented in the fantastical realm of literature. What is often considered as a place for individuals to escape from reality didn’t always feel as such for her. 

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.

writing Christmas wish list to Santa

For the first time, the City of Plymouth is putting on Holiday at the Hilde.

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. 

holiday thank-you cards

After spending time apart, many people are looking for ways to connect this holiday season that don’t involve a screen. For some, this means picking up a phone, but for others, it involves picking up a pen.

Christmas decor

Adorning your home with seasonal colors, trimming the tree and wrapping gifts is certainly enjoyable, but putting it all away is another story.  

Midnight Library by Matt Haig

The short days and long nights provide ample time to reconnect with your passion for reading.

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.

miniatures

At first blush, one would think their story began with a chance meeting in Oakland, Calif. She—a Parisian designer. He—an aspiring novelist from Normandy.

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.

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