This year’s Music in Plymouth, featuring the Minnesota Orchestra, will take place July 2 at the Hilde Performance Center.
Arts & Culture
Throughout the past few years, the green movement has been building momentum in urban communities. One way many have embraced this trend is by planting and harvesting from personal gardens.
If you have ever stumbled across a bunch of folks doing the polka on public access television, you’ve already been introduced to Dan and Yvonne Viehman.
Believe it or not, we’re finalizing our annual Prep Elite (August) issue this month.
Local preschoolers from The Goddard School in Plymouth had the opportunity to act as toy testers during the nationwide annual toy test this in November, just in time for the holidays.
not the vase of water, nor the flowers
held close around its lip. It is the frost
blossoming on your window, the hours
it takes for a candle to weep. What’s lost
is merely daylight. Each star a pinhole
camera capturing what you meant to
The Vanderheyden home, which we featured in our September issue that was furnished by local remodeling company Mingle, caught the attention of more than just our editorial staff—it’s being featured in the Par
Not all learning takes place in the classroom. Home is the perfect place to begin a child’s education, whether the young pupils are attending school already or will be in the near future. Education this early, however, can be tricky: How can parents adjust to satisfy the needs of a younger mind?
For more than 30 years, Plymouth Historical Society’s Old-fashioned Christmas event has brought holiday cheer to the present by revisiting the past. Each December, community members gather for s’mores, storytelling, live reindeer, Christmas carols and, of course, Santa and Mrs.
In an effort to streamline and enhance the services provided to Plymouth as it continues to grow, the city’s police and fire departments merged into one this past May. Plymouth’s new Public Safety Department is headed up by police chief and director of public safety Mike Goldstein.
Some call the United States a melting pot of culture and language. Others use the analogy of a salad bowl to convey the message of mixing together many unique lifestyles in relatively close proximity.