August 2014

In the August issue of Plymouth Magazine we're celebrating our 10th anniversary! From our top 10 favorite local dishes and 10 best stories, to our 10 tips for utilizing technology in the classroom and our profile of Plymouth's most promising Prep Elite students, we're looking back over the past decade with fondness and ahead to a bright future. 

We had readers, advisory board members, and writer and editors past and present weigh in on their favorite stories from the past 10 years.
Recapping the not-so-subtle tribute to this title’s 10-year anniversary.
Revealing the top 10 dishes for our 10th anniversary issue.
Despite a little rain, Plymouthites came out in droves for an evening of concerts, Live at the Hilde.
Mount Olivet Lutheran Church prepares for the third annual Blues Brews ’N’ BBQs music festival August 16.
Successful students travel many different paths, in large part thanks to the insightful navigation of their mentors.
As technology increasingly spills into traditional classrooms, teachers are beginning to adapt how they use it—and students are reaping the rewards.
A snapshot of what’s new after Plymouth’s past prosperous decade.
These library-lovers each pick 10 of their favorite page-turners.
Volunteers at Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners are looking for all of these school supplies at the organization’s annual drive this month.
How you can help underprivileged kids get ready to go back to school.
Get inspired by one of last year’s Picture Plymouth winners.
Independent educational consultant Lisa C. Thomas walks you through what you need to know to be prepared.
Plymouth’s Matt Dunn hosts the first-ever Terror at Camp Somerset.
Plymouth’s IOCP promotes education as the way out of poverty.
A Plymouth mom creates a line of baby clothes that look and feel good.
One Wayzata junior who’s an athlete to watch this year.