August/September 2022

“Tonight I’ll dream, while I’m in bed. When silly thoughts go through my head. About the bugs and alphabet. And when I wake tomorrow, I’ll bet. That you and I will walk together again. I can tell that we are going to be friends. Yes, I can tell that we are going to be friends.” —The White Stripes, We’re Going to Be Friends

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Plymouth Magazine August/September 2022

As the summer starts to unwind and the days start to quicken, I can’t help but be reminded that this is my favorite time of year. Now, a September birthday may make me a bit biased, but there’s also something about the transition between August and September that represents a sweet sadness to me.

Docked sailboats at Clifton E. French Regional Park.

Picture Plymouth: Clouds Pointing the Way for Sailors At Clifton E. French Regional Park. Mirror reflection at Clifton E. French Regional Park.

Beekeeper Mark Poppendeck in a bee suit checking his bee boxes.

Hear the Buzz Around Town with Local Beekeeper Mark Poppendeck. Beekeeper shares his bee expertise.

Someone shopping fresh apples at a farmer's market.

The Plymouth Farmer's Market Keeps It Fresh This August and September. Visit a local spot for fresh veggies and fruit, and it’s open longer than you might think.

Tom Pelissero at his desk.

Live from Plymouth: Breaking (News) Dad. Plymouth-based Tom Pelissero covers football for NFL Network.

Vaid Parakkuth of Wayzata High School

Plymouth Senior Spotlight 2022: Academic A-Listers. A collection of local academic A-listers.

Dog playing at an indoor dog park.

New Indoor Dog Park + Café Opening in Plymouth. Brew Park Plymouth allows dogs and their owners to play, connect and unwind.

Author Caroline Rosdahl (left) and her memoir The Naked City (right).

Stories to Last a Lifetime. One of Minnesota's best-selling authors has quite the story to tell.

Lily Foster pants and shirt combination.

Fall Fashion Forward with Locally Owned Online Boutique. Owner of Lily Foster shares the latest trends in fall fashion.

Wine glass in a kitchen.

Here’s the secret to wine education: Drink wine. It is that easy.

There are two rules to follow.

Drink what you like. Someone might tell you how special, elite, unique or expensive a wine is, but
if you don’t like it, you don’t like it.

A dish full of honey.

Pack Superfood Honey into an Easy Snack. Plymouth beekeeper shares his recipe for No Bake Energy Bites.

Book covers for Blended and The Doughnut Fix.

Back to School: Book Edition. Get young students back into the swing of reading with these book picks.