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May 01 2018

For Kalamazoo Philharmonia conductor Andrew Koehler, when the orchestra and the Bach Festival Chorus present the North American premiere

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May 01 2018

When Bach Festival Chorus member Rick Van Enk heard that the chorus would be singing a requiem for those who died in the Soviet-induced f

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May 01 2018

Hunger in the Kalamazoo community and other parts of the world will be the theme of a student exhibit at the Kalamazoo Public Library pla

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April 01 2018

The next best thing to watching a professional jazz orchestra perform is watching a youth jazz orchestra perform, especially one that’s n

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March 01 2018

John Lacko owns dozens of race cars and they all fit in one box.

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January 01 2018

"I did a Google search for cool images and a religious article popped up with the words ‘Last Gasp,’” recalls Jay Jackson.

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November 01 2017

On South Burdick Street, in the yard of a house right next to the southern end of Mount Ever-Rest Cemetery, there’s an enormous green obj

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October 01 2017

Throughout elementary school, Logan Shields toted home handwritten notes from music teachers proclaiming his astounding pitch and ability

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September 01 2017

Many artists can draw a flower, but Kristina Spitzner’s flowers are both scientifically accurate and beautiful.

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June 30 2017

On a cold night in January, steam rolls off concertgoers as they emerge from the back door of The Milhouse, a red and white two-story hom

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