Afternoon Skate, which placed second in the People and Families category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest, was taken by Amy Wilcox.
Arts & Culture
Heidi Eitreim was heading out the back door of her home when this breath-taking scene caught her eye.
It's been 29 years since Cindi Scheffler won the Minnesota State Fair talent show that launched her singing career. Since then, her voice has been heard in some of the most upscale restaurants in the Twin Cities, including Yvette’s, Sophia’s, and the Dakota.
Andrew Tang started playing chess when he was 4 years old. While other kids were building castles out of blocks, he was learning the strategy of knights, bishops and kings.
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.