Arts & Culture

There’s a fascination with wildlife and insects we sometimes have, and for many there’s a very real fear. Both feelings spring from our inability to communicate with them; how do you tell a squirrel you come in peace, anyway? There’ll always be a division between us and the wild.

This playful little boy is a winner in his mommy’s eyes—and our Picture Plymouth photo contest.

Experience “Postcards from Vacationland” at the Primavera Gallery: four days and nights of art, literature and musical talent hosted by the Plymouth Arts Council in collaboration with the city of Plymouth.

There’s a saying that when life hands you lemons, you should make lemonade.

MaryBeth Lawton and Sandy Ross met in a papermaking class at Minnetonka Center for the Arts in the mid-1990s.

Maple Grove High School senior and Plymouth resident Rory Calabria’s journey to Washington, D.C., began when his chemistry teacher recommended that he apply for the American Legion Boys State, a program that introduces high school juniors to legislative proceedings.

May is advanced placement test time for high school juniors and seniors, and the pressure is on. A culmination of difficult classes taken throughout the year, the exams offer college-bound students the opportunity to earn college credit for good scores.

As the saying goes, April showers bring May flowers. With Earth Day coming up on April 22, it’s the right time of year to think about the other ways those rainy days can help us out.

Spring serves up a menu of some of nature’s best offerings. The season reawakens a love for all things fresh and effortless. Longer, brighter days shed new light on home entertaining.

NCAA March Madness is here. While watching these athletes compete at such a high level, it’s easy to forget that they were all once kids with big dreams playing pick-up ball at the park.