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March 01 2020

Many sirens inspired Margaret DeRitter’s new book, Singing Back to the Sirens.

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February 01 2020

Bruce Monroe knew what treasures were hidden inside Three Rivers’ historic Riviera Theatre when he saw the words “For Sale” on the buildi

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October 01 2019

Joe Smigiel likes to wear suspenders, but his suspenders, unlike most, do not have a leather triangle where the straps cross in back.

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September 01 2019

When the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts landed the only Midwest stop of the exhibit Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum

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August 01 2019

Sara Emerson is a classical singer living in Kalamazoo who grew up idolizing Dolly Parton and singing in front of anyone who would listen

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July 01 2019

It’s true what they say: The only constant in life is change. Look at any city skyline and this universal truth stares back at you.

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June 01 2019
    1. Tiffany’s mural by Conrad Kaufman, 1717 W Main St
    2. Bruno’s Pizza, artist unknown, 1528 W Michigan Ave
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June 01 2019

While music is what draws people to music festivals, it’s the hundreds of dedicated volunteers that make the events happen.

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May 01 2019

When Blake Morgan graduated from high school, he was a bit of a rebel.

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April 01 2019

When Sharon Hoogstraten went on her second Trail of Death Commemorative Caravan in 2018 — a six-day pilgrimage following the trail of the

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