June 2015 Plymouth Magazine

In the June issue meet Muddy Boot Productions founder Mitch Petrie, find out when Trillium Woods is set to open and hear stories from Plymouth locals as they battle with relapse and recovery.

Gloria Rice’s garden attracts and delights bees, birds, butterflies and, on one balmy midsummer day last year, a hungry hummingbird clearwing moth eager to feast on the nectar of the swamp milkweeds in Rice’s garden.


What makes a good dish a great dish? High quality ingredients and savvy cooking techniques are the basic building blocks. The chef acts as choreographer, creating a compelling interplay of flavors and textures using from bold gestures to tiny details, where it is said that God resides.


On Saturday, March 21, students, families and friends attended “Prom through the Ages” at the 2015 West Lutheran Auction Fundraiser held at the Crowne Plaza in Plymouth. Dressed in their prom attire, guests posed for photos in and out of the photo booth.


In 1999, Interfaith and Community Partners’ Spread Your Wings Gala looked a bit different than it does now.


Hazelden is one of the nation’s biggest names in rehabilitation, with addiction treatment centers spanning the country from California to New York.


The year was 1964, and Plymouth carpenter Rich Deziel was considering selling the farmland he grew up on near Holly Lane.


It may be the only custom T-shirt shop where a dog will greet you, but that’s part of what gives Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More in Plymouth its charm.


Mitch Petrie’s story is one of family. The Plymouth resident has built a successful career in the television industry with his company Muddy Boot Productions, but his greatest sense of pride comes from his wife and sons.


After much anticipation, a new senior living community will soon open in Plymouth.


Last November, Cowboy Jack’s restaurant had black smoke billowing from its kitchen roof at dawn. Within 30 minutes or so of arriving, Plymouth firefighters had the fire under control and its cause under investigation.


The employees at Nelson Lawn and Landscape aren’t your typical lawn guys, drifting around your yard in raggedy shorts and tees.


Minneapolis visual artist Julian McFaul is bringing his popular Castle Adventure Camp to French Regional Park next month.


On the first day of 2015, Manon Delaney went from 15 years of crooning into a hairbrush in front of her mirror to belting out the national anthem in front of a stadium crammed with 13,500 Timberwolves fans.