Clarence is my 4-year-old, all black cat with one white armpit. He has a penchant for windowsills when his favorite perch, a supine human chest, isn’t available. For attention, Clarence stretches onto his hind legs and raises a lone operatic paw toward the ceiling. In his spare time, he serenades unoccupied rooms with his chirps and meows. Before starting this issue, I didn’t know Clarence. If it weren’t for this issue, I still wouldn’t. Read more about Read the April/May 2022 Digital Edition
After two years of writing for this magazine, I’m excited to introduce myself as the new editor of Plymouth Magazine. My story with Tiger Oak Media began in 2019 as an editorial intern for our sister titles, Lake Minnetonka Magazine and Woodbury Magazine. From there, I’ve written for several of our sister titles within different metro communities, including Plymouth. Read more about Read the February/March 2022 Digital Edition
Understandably, we tend to find ourselves buttoned up come wintertime—ensconced in our homes, snuggled up near a fire, cozied up in a favorite chair or, if ambition strikes, engaged in indoorsy endeavors. Admittedly, we are good at getting out on the ski and sled hills, off to outdoor community events and the like, but how much contact do we have with our neighbors? In fact, how well do you know your neighbors or fellow residents? Read more about Read the December 2021/January 2022 Digital Edition
Aesop is said to have stated, “Good things come is small packages.” As for great things—I think they sometimes arrive in bespoke miniature proportions.
When Anne Marie Ruff Grewal reached out to me about an article idea, her suggestion resonated with me on a personal level. Let me explain. Read more about Read the October/November 2021 Digital Edition
We’re well on our way through summer with fall in our sights. Typically, this issue, which features themes of education, family and seniors, would include our annual Prep Elite article. Each year, we ask area high schools to nominate incoming seniors, who exemplify the schools’ standards of excellence in a multitude of areas. Our editorial team then highlights four or five of the students in our pages. Read more about Read the August/September 2021 Digital Edition
Welcome to the most anticipated issue of the year—the Best of Plymouth annual readers’ poll results, showcasing community members’ favorite businesses and services, and, in my estimation, this issue can’t come soon enough. Read more about June/July 2021 Digital Edition
Throw open the windows of your spirit; April is here!
Hopefully, each passing month brings us to another level of appreciation for what we have endured and held onto and hope for what we can achieve and celebrate in a world that has repeatedly and, in some cases unmercifully so, challenged us. Read more about April/May 2021 Digital Edition
It appears we find ourselves in a peculiar time of year. Though its bluster is waning, February remains committed to holding onto its wintery relationship. While March stands conflicted—“Our life is March weather, savage and serene in one hour,” writes Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Whatever happens outside my windows, I’m sticking with cozy or hygge if I want to be on trend. In this issue, editor and writer Angela Johnson explains some of the ins and outs of the Danish lifestyle concept. Read more about February/March 2021 Digital Edition