The Plymouth Civic League (PCL) bestowed the inaugural Music in Plymouth Award to two recipients July 3: Jayne and Al Hilde, Jr., and Carlson and the Carlson Family Foundation.
Davanni’s has a win-win—actually, more of an eat-eat—deal for you. Donate some food, and they’ll feed not only you and yours, but those who really need it.
For the third consecutive year, Davanni’s is helping families in need by stocking the Emergency Foodshelf Network’s food shelves. Just bring in three nonperishable food items to any Davanni’s July 23 & 24 and you’ll receive a Solo One-Item (thin or traditional crust) or $4.98 off another item on the menu.
As editor of Plymouth Magazine for more than three years now, I've had the true pleasure of getting to know many of you, your businesses, favorite playgrounds, delicious food and fine shopping destinations first-hand. And while the headline of this blog post might suggest otherwise, I'm not exactly going anywhere, so I won't have to give up these simple delights anytime soon.
June 26 marked a night to remember at Rush Creek Golf Club. Our Best of Maple Grove and Plymouth event was off the chain, as we awarded the readers choice winners for 25 different categories!
With so many worthy causes in the community, it’s impossible to know (and/or contribute) to all of them. But Plymouth is home to the national foundation of a disease that affects 150,000 people in the United States.
The National Ataxia Foundation works to bring awareness to this rare neurological disorder that deteriorate the cerebellum, brain stem and spinal cord regions controlling coordination, balance and speech.
While Lou Gehrig’s disease is well-known, Twins star Bob Allison’s disease is not.
Ana Rayas of La Cocina de Ana knows how to make mean tostadas. Learn from the master:
Refried beans, warmed
Shredded meat (like beef tinga, pork or chicken in poblano sauce, or rotisserie chicken), warmed
Crumbled queso fresco or queso cotija
Pickled red onion (if desired)
Spread a portion of refried beans on a tostada, top with shredded meat, slices of avocado, pickled onions and crumbled cheese.
Who doesn’t love puppies? They’re always happy to see you and want your affection.
Those friendships are taken to a whole new level with Helping Paws, a Hopkins-based nonprofit that matches disabled people with Labrador retriever service dogs.
Helping Paws has set up more than 150 pairs in its 25-year history.
Terry Savoie admits he “likes to gab,” but when it comes to talking about his new company, Red Rover Pizza, and the wood-fired creations he makes in his traveling oven, listening to him will just make you hungry. He’s got ideas to spare on different ways to top his pizzas (on handmade sauce and dough) and places where he knows he could find plenty of hungry customers. Savoie’s enthusiasm for his new side business—he also owns a shed-construction company—is contagious.
If given the choice, most pet owners would be happy to spend time with their furry friends 24/7, but sometimes pesky things like work or travel mean that you will have to entrust Fido’s care to someone else. You definitely want to know that he is safe and having fun without you, which is why choosing the right day care/boarding facility is an important decision.