WHILE THE FOURSOME FINE APPAREL AND SHOES is well known as a local go-to spot for fine menswear, the store hasn’t always focused exclusively on men’s clothing. “We actually used to carry women’s clothing,” says Nicole Chose, an owner and marketing director at The Foursome.
Shops & Business
Plymouth Creek Center was the venue for Breanna’s Star, the annual main fundraising event for Breanna’s Gift, an arts program for children with cancer and other serious illnesses. The event was held on May 11 and raised over $50,000.
Catrina McAuliffe and her husband never planned to be in the closet organization business. But now they're thriving as the owners of the recently opened Closet & Storage Concepts in Plymouth.
Rock Elm Tavern in Maple Grove and Plymouth are offering patrons $10 for use towards their next visit in exchange for donations of new backpacks.
SGI provides "customer service-based security" in the Twin Cities.
The Plymouth-based nonprofit Faith’s Lodge has introduced a new type of benefit program, Hope Works Here, to help workplaces support employees who are coping with the death of a child, or with the needs of a child with a medically complex condition.
Lulie Kids carries organic kids' clothing brands like Turtledove London, Finn + Emma and more.
Do good and feel good—buying gifts made by artisans around the world helps empower marginalized women.
The local nonprofit's mission is to "provide support for local military service members and their families, and for veterans before, during and after deployment."
Cream & Amber brings books, beer and coffee to Hopkins.
The photo took second place in the City Landmarks division of our Picture Plymouth photo contest.