This month’s featured art is by Wayzata High School student Billy Haile Riviere.
There is a little-known club that meets Thursdays at Plymouth Creek Center, and the people involved understand how lucky they are to participate in it.
High school theater productions are known to be a little bland—not, necessarily, because of the talent or production value, but because most schools are afraid of the controversy some adult-themed shows produce. Thus, there’s a fairly common cycle—and recycle—of standard high school shows.
The best place to capture a Plymouth sunset, according to Alexa Pudil, is right off of Ferndale Road and County Road 6; “it’s where this picture was also taken,” she says of her stunning place-winner in the Nature category of the annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.
The Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West Hotel in Plymouth hosted the annual winter bluegrass weekend Frebruary 28-March2.
coming of spring (will it ever?), the city of Plymouth historically welcomes Primavera,
fittingly the dawning of the arts season in town. Plymouth Arts Council co-sponsors
the event, made possible by a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council,
“It’s just very rare that there is this door open to having your name out there by winning a contest in an anonymous setting like that.” —Joe Hautman
Stick people. Suns with sunglasses. Flowers. My artistic skills do not expand much beyond that. I think, because of my lack in artistic creativity, I am more impressed and amazed by artists. It truly is inspiring to find someone who can capture a subject in a way that not many can.