A night to unite women and celebrate the work of Plymouth communities, but this time around, it’s virtual.
Shops & Business
Thanks to 16-year-old Lexi Fresh, young girls in Haiti, Kenya and Senegal are owners of beautiful T-shirt dresses, sewn personally by Lexi and women in Plymouth.
Hundreds will soon gather on Medicine Lake for the Holes for Heroes Ice Fishing Tournament—a fun ice fishing contest honoring members of the Armed Forces who have served our country, and their families who have sacrificed along with them.
From beautifully hand-embroidered sarees, lenghas and salwar kameez to bangles, necklaces and bindis, Nila Chakraborty expresses her love for Indian ethnic wear through her online business ShopBollyWear.com.
Sue Olmscheid at Lillian’s Urban Market Medina suggests an outfit composed of a long-sleeve T-shirt topped with a tunic, leggings and boots.
As you’ve probably already seen this winter, flannels are here to stay. Many men are still enjoying the full beards and “lumber-sexual” style, and flannel shirts fit in perfectly, says Nicole Chose, one of the owners of The Foursome in Plymouth.
If you are looking for meaningful gifts for your closest friends and family and want to support a good cause, check out the JustGifts Market, an annual gift market hosted at St.
At an age when most teenagers were asking their parents’ permission to stay out past their curfew, Henry “Hank” Liljequist was begging his parents for permission to risk his life to defend the country.
When Heidi FitzGerald heads to client meetings for work, she can always count on being greeted with smiles, unconditional love and wagging tails. That’s because her clients are mostly dogs, which she takes care of through her pet care business, Let Rover Stay Over.
A tapestry woven with many colors is far more beautiful than one threaded with a single color.