May 2017 Plymouth Magazine

In the May issue we're bringing you tips for hosting the best Mother's Day brunch from personal chef Annie Wobbeking.

When Rachel La Fleur moved to Arkansas five years ago with her husband, she picked up photography as a way to share her family’s memories with her parents long-distance. Since then, she’s acquired both the skill and equipment to become the family’s designated photographer.


Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Forgot to make a reservation for brunch? Skip the long wait at the restaurant, get the kids in the kitchen and prepare brunch yourself. Making brunch at home may sound stressful, but it can actually be easy and fun.


It’s not every day that you attend an event where you can see a pug named Lexi ride in a remote-controlled convertible and get expert veterinary advice all in one beautiful park.


Since that first successful outing on Leech Lake with his grandfather, Sularz has been committed to the pursuit of the wily walleye, fishing 12 months a year on water and ice.


On a sunny summer afternoon, a group of women sporting running gear chat easily with each other, stretching and doing warm-ups before hitting the Plymouth regional trails for their workout.


Liz Ansley is convincing proof that talent can be taught—and self-taught for that matter. An award-winning photographer Ansley makes her living taking photos, even though she has no formal training in photography.


Robert Doan learned to play clarinet in sixth grade, and played all the way through his first year of college. But then a couple years in the U.S. Navy, followed by medical school, left him little time for music.


Since 2011, Interfaith Outreach has run a thrift store on the corner of County Road 6 and County Road 101 N. offering high quality secondhand clothing, jewelry, furniture and household goods.


Kicking off its first semester earlier this year, the new Plymouth Campus of St.


If you’re looking for a fresh new pair of running shoes this spring, Joe Bellamy, MD of Plymouth’s Sports & Orthopaedic Specialists, has some hot tips to guide you to your perfect shoe.


As the national opioid addiction epidemic plagues communities across the country, local city officials including those in Plymouth are addressing the issue head on.


For residents of Medicine Lake, hearing that their beloved, but battered, message tree was to be replaced by a weather-protected message board was a bit of a shock.