Arts & Culture

2019 Home + Garden Collection

Whether you're building a home from the blueprints of your dreams or remodeling a house to suit your family's needs and wants, we want to help you relax.

Little Girl Gone is a high stakes thriller about a missing girl from an affluent Minnesota neighborhood. Author Gerry Schmidt is from Minnesota, and she says “I wanted to unleash my inner bad girl” and connect with her own emotional core.

Get kids excited about gardening with these tools designed just for them. The following recommendations are from Dundee Nursery.

Small bow rakes: Bow rakes are useful for leveling the soil in your garden after you’ve tilled it with the necessary prep materials. $6

As you begin your garden, the right tools can help you get off to a good start. John Henning at Dundee Nursey in Plymouth shares advice on what you need to start a strong garden.

Warm weather brings budding trees and flowering plants, and who doesn’t want to feel the pride of taking care of a lovely garden? Before you can harvest tomatoes or bring geraniums outdoors, you’ll need to make sure your soil and supplies are all in order.

When kitchen and bath designer Liz Schupanitz started working on designs for Ann Johnston’s home, they were focused on the kitchen.

In a matter of a several hours, volunteers from Hearts and Hammers can give a home a much- needed face lift. Last spring, a sea of volunteers in bright orange Hearts and Hammers T-shirts arrived one morning at a home in St.

Derek Brigham doesn’t consider himself much of a photographer. Back in 1981, he used an old SLR camera while he was in high school, but today, he just uses his iPhone. “It’s in my pocket, and it’s high quality, so that’s what I use most often.”

The share of women in the United States computing industry is less than 25 percent and shrinking. But Plymouth resident Kris Haagenson, a technology integration specialist for Robbinsdale Area Schools, is doing her part to counteract that trend.

For an indoor art adventure, young kids can create paper polar bears. You’ll need paper plates, white paper, googly eyes, black Sharpie, and glue. Draw polar bear paws, face, and snout on the paper, cut them out, and glue them to a trimmed paper plate. To finish, attach googly eyes

At any given time, there are about 70 local residents—teachers, carpenters, real estate agents, insurance salesmen and business owners—carrying a pager 24/7, trained and ready to assist the Plymouth Fire Department

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