Jim Gehring talks tools. Old tools.
Some are rare and valuable. Others, not so much.
A family business isn’t just a career.
People have collected artistic objects since antiquity, but who tells them if their collections are worth more than sentimental value?
Kalamazoo may not have the same name recognition as Compton, California, or the Bronx, New York, but rappers here have the same goals as
Jon Scott is likely the only golf course owner in the world to compare metal music with golf course design.
Those wanting to hear a new rock band these days probably won’t buy an album or spin through a radio dial.
Over the years, Kath Paul has received a lot of ribbing about being a stripper — but her occupation isn’t what you might be thinking.
In the home décor and accessories store troVe, owner Julie Ahlberg has merged three of her passions: paint, anything with rust and a good
With a sweet sense of mystery, the word safari rolls softly through the lips while the mind teases with images of magnificent pl
Dr. Miriam Veldt is literally a doctor without borders.
While the major civil rights struggles in the American So
The Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s engender
Loïe Fuller was an American modern dancer who, between th
The Kalamazoo Civic Theatre looks the same as it did almo
John Fetzer wanted to build a better world and set the fo
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