May 2014

In the May 2014 issue of Plymouth Magazine, you'll find out all about delicious goodies for grad parties, as well as new and old restaurants that are redefining the outdoor dining scene.  In addition, we have an in-depth look at the best pizza Plymouth and its surrounding areas have to offer! You're not going to want to miss this one. Pick up a copy near you!

A recipe from Mary Anderson, director of Culinary Express for Wayzata Public Schools.
Nature, fittingly, inspires Alexa Pudil’s photography.
Three Rivers Park District hosts beginner’s kayaking lessons.
Architecture photographer Karen Melvin on what makes Plymouth a great spot for creative folks.
Wayzata girls cross-country runners win nationals—and anticipate track-season success.
After 30 years from behind the pulpit, this long-time pastor is stepping down.
This mother of four empowers other women in their lives and marriages.
Plymouth’s Kathryn Loeb answers your burning questions.
Grow your planter knowledge with one of these annual sessions.
Amanda Bluford has spent the past 11 years in Taekwondo—and now looks to the Olympics.
Make your graduate’s party one to remember with a little help from these local eateries.
An in-depth look at the gluten and dairy free diets in and around Plymouth.
New (and a handful of old) restaurants are redefining Plymouth’s outdoor dining experiences.
The food of community and celebration.