November 2012

Holiday Shopping | Leaving a Legacy

Cydney Chamberlain is no stranger to the world of competitive singing. She recently competed in the Minnesota Music Teachers Association state competition at St. Olaf College.


Molly Burke of Plymouth didn’t plan on becoming a national award-winning baker.  As a food scientist at Cargill, Burke is surrounded by food and baking, and she’s continually researching new trends and recipes.


As she sat with her two siblings, Anjelica Martino seized the free sprit of this summer bonfire by capturing its dance on camera. As the flames fed on the fire’s log, Martino knew that the kindling reaction would offer a photo-worthy moment.


The old farmhouse of Isidore Gressier is tucked into the countryside of France. Past the apple orchards and inside the old cattle gates, a collection of Vietnamese and French men are sipping wine in the kitchen, savoring the year’s harvest.


The holidays provide opportunities for entertaining guests at home as well as celebratory dinners out. If you’re in the mood to include some adult libations in your celebrations, we’ve got you covered.


Straight out of a scene from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, students at the Minnesota School of Cosmetology-Plymouth campus showcased their talents wearing black dresses, black sunglasses and black gloves at their grand opening in May.


Grace, Ellen and Nicole are the daughters of Eric Moleski, founder and president of GEN Financial Management and GEN Children’s Charity.


At a recent Plymouth Lions Club meeting, we got a tip about the 100 percent-donated birthday cakes provided to Home Free women’s shelter, so we did a little digging and discovered “the cake lady,” so humble she still refuses to step in front of the camera for this story.


If you’re looking for a place to deck out your man cave, Worldwide Gaming is the place for you. The Hamel store sells everything you could possibly need from pool tables and slot machines to dart boards and roulette tables.


In 2013, the children of New Horizon Academy (NHA) will be growing food in their own gardens, meeting local farmers, and learning about different fruits and vegetables each week.


The word imara means "strong foundation" in Swahili.


The wrap hit the national culinary scene in the 1990s, though Greek and Mexican cuisines have been turning out wrap prototypes such as tacos and gyros for hundreds of years.


Bless your guests as they walk the path to your front door. Simple outdoor holiday décor creates a festive feeling for your friends and neighbors. And with the help of local experts, you can design an enchanting holiday display on your own front porch.


Before there were parks, neighborhoods and outdoor concerts in the city of Plymouth, there was a group of men who shared a vision: to build a city from the ground up that supports successful businesses, safe neighborhoods and an active community.


You know who we’re talking about. We’re targeting those people on your gift list who have everything: the ones who are impossible to shop for, the ones who are super picky—even the ones who re-gift 99 percent of what they’re given. Well, fear no more.