Arts & Culture

Wayzata High School senior Emma Sisk, like many of us, was not a fan of bees as a kid. Bees can seem pesky and nobody wants to get stung. As she grew older, she got used to them after developing a passion for gardening.

After more than 10 years of manufacturing and retail sales at the corner of Vicksburg and Highway 55 in Plymouth, Stone Source has moved 3.5 miles away to 13415 Watertower Circle.

Every April, the Plymouth Arts Council puts on Primavera. The celebration of art takes place at the Plymouth Creek Center and includes paintings, photographs, sketches, sculptures and more.

Approximately 75 homes on moderately sized, nicely treed lots make up the Burl Oaks neighborhood in southern Plymouth. It’s a pie-shaped development with easy access to I-394, I-494 and the Luce Line bike trail. “We think of it as a hidden gem,” longtime resident Allison Schwaller says.

In February 2015, we shared the story of Plymouth native Zander Figueroa and his wife, Norell, who were developing their own mobile app called The Band Famous (TBF), which stre

Brandon Nees Daly is a 28-year-old musician and photographer who graduated from Wayzata High School in 2005, attended Mankato State University for three years, then transferred to McNally Smith College of Music for two years, graduating with a bachelor of arts in music business.

In a 30-plus-year career, Plymouth interior decorator Jayne Morrison has seen home décor trends come and go. She attends conventions and shows in Las Vegas and elsewhere twice a year to assure she’s on top of what’s new in home remodeling and design.

Step into Urban Market, and one of the first things you might notice is the well-crafted furniture, end tables and lighting fixtures that meld seamlessly with the presentation-oriented décor of the store: Each of these piec

The idea materialized in 1997 in the Messiah United Methodist Church of Plymouth: Then-pastor Rollie Robinson delivered a sermon calling on the congregation to act in the face of President Clinton’s welfare reform.

So when does the spring market really start? January—it always takes longer to get your home ready than you think. If you haven’t started yet, contact your agent, because he or she will have great resources to help you get the property ready.

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