Plymouth resident Joyce Greene is from an Ashkenazi-Jewish family (Ashkenazim are Jews descended from Germany and Eastern Europe.) She grew up celebrating holidays with the traditional foods from her culture—with most of the fare involving beef or chicken. As an adult with a home of her own, Gr
As summer simmers to a close and autumn is before us, the annual Medina Celebration Day is a great way to spend the last summer days. This lively event includes a business expo for Medina businesses, a farmers market and local food vendors, as well as plenty of fun for the whole family, includin
Wayzata High School English teacher Candice Ledman never thought of herself as a Holocaust educator, but because of her work in teaching the history of the Holocaust and its lessons for today, she was recently honored with the Leo Weiss Courage to Teach Award.
If you’re looking to update your living quarters, repainting the walls or updating your window fixtures might be the solution. A new coat of paint or set of blinds can bring a fresh new look and feel to your entire house.
Allie Turner, a manager at Rock Elm Tavern, offers up the perfect cocktail for fall. Its simplicity and underlying berry flavors are a great way to transition from the steamy months of summer to the cool and calm of autumn.
“To provide innovative and life-enriching services for children, adolescents and adults with disabilities.” This is the mission statement of Homeward Bound, a nonprofit organization based in Plymouth that provides 24-hour specialized care to people of all ages with a disability who live at home,
Wayzata High School student Kush Maheshwari is one of 600 semifinalists nationwide to be considered for the prestigious honor of being named a United States Presidential Scholar. The award recognizes some of the most highly accomplished seniors in the nation.