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
VocalEssence presents a livestream sing-along and concert to honor black fathers.
Summer isn’t summer without a new outdoor project that involves the whole family, and what better a way to bring everyone together than with a gardening kit?
District 279’s 2020 Investment in Youth Awards program honors outstanding achievements.
Dillihaart, a Plymouth-based clothing company, hosted a dinner highlight the efforts of SEWA-AIFW, a local nonprofit organization committed to serving, support
Refresh your living space with these tips and tricks.
Matthew Prior’s photo, titled Sunrise, took first place in the city landmarks category of our 2019 Picture Plymouth photo contest.
Imagined Life paints an intimate picture of the lives of well-known figures—inventors, writers, performers and popular icons—by placing listeners in their shoes.
Medina Play for P.I.N.K.’s 2019 event, attended by 250 people, was held on October 4 at the Medina Golf & Country Club. The event raised $40,000 for breast cancer research.
Helping Hand by Scott Mohn won third place in the “Activity and Events” category of 2019’s Picture Plymouth photo contest.
Parnassus Preparatory School prepares students for life after school using time-tested curricula and teaching methods.