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.
Arts & Culture
“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.
This year, Old Fashioned Christmas will not be as traditional as its name implies.
It’s easier than you think to come up with green alternatives to traditional giftwrap and boxes.
Minnesota native Peter Geye has been called “the poet laureate of snow.”
Hi-yah! by Rebecca Shamblin placed first in the Activities and Events category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.
Providence Academy senior Mae Monette is a tenacious student who gives her all in countless extracurriculars.
Robbinsdale Armstrong High School senior Evan Dimich is a leader as both a student and an athlete.
West Lutheran High School senior Merlyn Mayer work in school and the community reflect her generous spirit.
Wayzata High School senior Sarah Cao is a motivated, compassionate student.
Thirteen-year-old Plymouth resident Hugo Mullaney plays Winthrop Paroo in "The Music Man".