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September 01 2020

If you can’t come to the theater, let the theater come to you.

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September 01 2020

If you are missing the flurry of fundraising walks and runs that normally take place this time of year, you can still register to do some

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September 01 2020

Summer may be over (well, not officially until Sept. 22), but there are still a slew of outdoor concerts you can enjoy this month.

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September 01 2020

More than 50 percent of the houses in Kalamazoo were built before 1960, so chances are that the average Kalamazoo homeowner has an old do

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August 01 2020

The governor of Michigan's orders limiting crowd sizes to 50 people or less have curtailed the remaining Summertime Live!

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August 01 2020

If you aren’t a night owl but crave street food, the organizers of Kalamazoo’s Late Night Food Truck Rally have you covered.

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April 01 2020

Local poets are the focus of the 2020 Kalamazoo Poetry Festival, to be held online April 25.

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April 01 2020

If it’s spring, then it is kitten and puppy season and the SPCA of Southwest Michigan is anticipating the stork will drop off an abundanc

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April 01 2020

There are few Michiganders who don’t know the name Gordon Lightfoot, famous in these parts for his 1976 ballad “The Wreck of the Edmund F

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March 01 2020

Belonging, community and family are the themes at the heart of Tribes, to be staged by University Theatre March 13-22 at Western M

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