Arts & Culture

Patrons browse a booth at the Plymouth Arts Fair.

The Plymouth Creek Center will host a free indoor art festival featuring 30 local and regional artists working in a variety of mediums including pottery, watercolor, jewelry, acrylic, glass and more.

Graham Maas is a young man on the move. On a nearly daily basis, the 13-year-old Plymouth boy does some combination of fencing, swimming, running and shooting pistols. On most Sundays, he does them all in an eight-hour session.
     

For Maggie McGill, pageants weren't always a part of the plan. The Plymouth native and current freshman at the University of St. Thomas has spent the last year competing in pageants, where she's challenged herself, made a global impact and met a celebrity or two.

Sunset Romance

Water + sunset = photography genius. So says Lisa Jabar, a lifelong photo hobbyist and Plymouth resident since 2002.

Ashley Hall, Tiffany Berenberg and Patty Knudson at Plymouth's Life Time Fitness.

Remember last January 1 when you made that crazy New Year’s Resolution to try a triathlon in 2013? Well, time’s almost up, but don’t fear!

Providence Academy broke ground on July 18 on an extensive performing arts center expansion, expected to be ready for the 2014–2015 school year.

Senator Amy Klobuchar

From her early days learning how to ride a bike on a Plymouth dirt road, to her graduation as valedictorian of Wayzata High School, Amy Klobuchar opens up about her Plymouth upbringing and how it shaped her into the political dynamo s

Peg Brantman is becoming an old pro at picturing Plymouth; her first-place image, Victory Tunnel, graced our July 2013 back page. But this one, which earned her a second-place nod in the Landmarks category, is poignant for its reflection of historic St.

Safety comes first at the Plymouth Fire Department, but the crews there always make room for a little bit of fun, too.

For the last five months, Hannah Carlson has been traveling the country promoting the Oscar Meyer brand as a “hotdogger,” a prestigious post-college job that only 12 out of 1,000 applicants earn each year.

World-renowned Indian musician and Plymouth resident Nirmala Rajasekar speaks highly of Diwali, the Indian festival of lights, which she celebrates every year with her friend and fellow Plymouth resident, Leela Venkataramanan, who throws a much-anticipated party for 40-odd guests.Rajasekar hails

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