September 2014

In the September issue of Plymouth Magazine you'll go behind the scenes with the Plymouth Arts Council, meet local mystery writer Jeffrey Birch, and find a guide to Plymouth's mos delicious sweet potato dishes.

Local runners will help feed their community.
An appreciation of the spud’s sweeter cousin.
Crowds of runners young and old gathered June 28 for the Run for Music 5K fun run/walk, a recent addition to the annual Music in Plymouth week of festivities around town.
Patrons sought summer wardrobe essentials June 12 while enjoying refreshments and door prizes at ReSale 101.
Like food for his soul, Jeffrey Birch forages to sustain an artful lifestyle, whether it’s tapping into his sculpting or painting expertise—or branching out into the field of murder mystery writing.
Five Plymouth gurus share their take on do-it-yourself beauty and offer a few secrets and tips of their own about the art of their respective—and sometimes overlooked—beauty services.
After being successful in St. Paul and Wayzata, Sakana Sushi opens its third location here.
Local educators weigh in on the importance of helping your children set and achieve their own goals.
Uncovering uncommon cuisine at India Palace.
Knock out your workout in 30 minutes at two Plymouth locations.
Autumn footwear for every boot-loving style and price point.