This past September, the city of Plymouth and staff at Plymouth Magazine congregated a jury of artistic minds to select the winners in what’s becoming an annual photo contest, and this month we’re publicizing the results.
It’s that time. Happy hours with friends, lunches with coworkers and gatherings with family have got the December calendar teeming with engagements. Add to that last-minute gift-buying trips to the mall and forced conversations with an obnoxious uncle, and it starts to feel downright frenzied.
This year marks the 23rd annual Fire and Ice Festival, Plymouth’s celebration of all things winter, slated for February 4 at Parkers Lake Park. The event draws an average of 4,000 fun-loving attendees each year.
The mission is simple: to reconstruct lives, one bright, smiling face at a time. Since its inception in 2003, Smile Network International has been saving and changing the lives of patients born with cleft lips and cleft palates in underprivileged countries.
When a humanitarian crisis arises somewhere in the world, like the life-choking draught in Somalia or the devastating earthquake in Haiti, Plymouth resident Daniel Wordsworth sees it as a call to action.
After unwrapping the shiny red wrapping paper you discover the gift from Grandma isn’t what you wanted. What do you do? Throughout the holiday season many children are exposed to a variety of situations that make them uncomfortable because they don’t know what to do.
Created by local mixologists who are well-versed on what flavors “work” in combination, Joia sparkling sodas were released last June in four flavors that blend fruits, herbs and spices. Developed by Minneapolis-based Boundary Waters Brands LLC, Joia is an all-natural beverage made of sparkling wa