February 2012

Weddings | Spa/Salons

Jasmine Kirchner is a skater. No, she’s not a skateboarder, inline skater, roller derby enforcer, or speed skater. Synchronized skating is her sport of choice.


For Heidi Eitreim, having kids reignited a passion she first found in college: the study of photography. She had taken a few classes some 13 years ago, but it really was “wanting to capture every little thing my kids do” that caused her to study the craft.


Everybody loves a burger, but they sure can be awkward to eat. Some are such heavyweights they require serious strategic thinking before you can even attempt a first bite. Enter the slider.


Brides-, mothers-of-the-bride- and mothers-in-law-to-be: Unite! This is one event you won’t want to miss if you know someone planning a 2012 wedding (which is why we’re telling you about it a month in advance).


Whether you are looking for a hair color that will bring your sexy back, or you’re in need of a new ‘do, an invigorating facial to bring out that youthful glow, or a good massage to get your blood flowing and your energy tapped, no need to worry; we’ve got you covered.


Barbara Jambor and Nicholas Dansie

Barbara grew up in Plymouth, where the couple lives. The groom grew up in Burnsville. Barbara is a case manager working towards her degree in social work, while Nick is a manager at Discount Tire.


The sprawling land near county roads 101 and 24 was cultivated to grow apples in several small orchards, sweet corn, potatoes, squash, cabbage, strawberries and more. With a glimmer of pride in his eyes, Roger Trittelwitz shares his fondest memories of his father, Charlie.


Did you know? Plymouth has its very own family-owned and -operated snowboard, skateboard and longboard shop, Create-A-Board, where customers get to not only customize their board, but get to help physically piece it together.


Three years have passed since Sue Williams’ Plymouth kitchen was remodeled, but the wife and mother of two still enjoys cooking and baking in the space as if the upgrades happened yesterday.


Every dentist’s office in town is celebrating and giving back to local schools and organizations in February, Children’s Dental Health Month. But one family practice is getting some help from the tooth fairy herself.


In addition to its new décor, New Reflections has for the past six months or so been testing a new system of flex pricing, in which the price of your service—facial, massage or nails—is based on your appointment day and time.


Spring-break season is almost upon us, so in the spirit of discovering what primping and prepping was most beneficial to me, I wasted no time in checking out what new-to-us European Wax Center (EWC) had to offer in the way of armpit and bikini waxes, the former of which I’d never experienced befo


Growing up, Atlanta native Emily Pillsbury had a passion for photography. So 11 years ago Pillsbury, now a Plymouth resident, encouraged by family and friends, pursued her dream and created Candid Life Photography.


It was an “amazing” haircut in seventh grade that led Plymouth resident Jon Charles to abandon his dream of becoming a psychiatrist, he says, and become a stylist instead.