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. 

The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

"The Sun Down Motel" by Simone St. James is the perfect balance of being spooky and thought-provoking.

Patrons browse a booth at the Plymouth Arts Fair.

For the first time since its inception eight years ago, the Plymouth Arts Fair is going virtual due to—you guessed it—COVID-19.

Healthy houseplants

Caring for houseplants is easier than you think.

.A baby bird in a nest calls out for food.

One of the most well-liked features of Plymouth Magazine is the annual Picture Plymouth photo contest, which is open for submissions for the entire month of August.

A girl performs an experiment at the Young Scientist Roundtable.

Since 1992, the free program has featured more than 250 scientists.

A puppy plays with a toy.

Finding the perfect name for your puppy can be tough.

Someone plants a plant at Plymouth's community garden.

Since the late 1990s, Plymouth has been home to a community garden, where residents and non-residents alike can rent individual plots to grow herbs, vegetables and annual flowers each season.

A home built using sustainable methods by John Kraemer & Sons

Learn more about sustainable building products.

A garden featuring hostas, edibles, astilbe and hydrangeas.

Think about planning for next year with some flowers that can provide colorful blooms throughout the summer.