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May 31 2018

Seasoned sightseers say that to really experience and enjoy a new destination, you’ve got to see it the way the locals do.

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May 01 2018

When 19-year-old Nicolas Nieboer competed in his first handbike competition at Saginaw Valley State University last June, he had no idea

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February 01 2018

While other cosplayers may volunteer to appear at charity events in costume, Laura Schubkegel has made her hobby a business.

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February 01 2018

You can find stormtroopers, Disney princesses and ghostbusters in the flesh almost any weekend in Kalamazoo — without going to a movie th

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January 01 2018

When someone new walks onto the pickleball court at the YMCA of Greater Kalamazoo’s Portage branch, they are met with waves, smiles and g

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December 01 2017

Many people believe that human trafficking occurs only in poor countries, but it occurs throughout the United States, including here in S

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December 01 2017

So here’s one of the great things about a printed magazine: the photos.

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November 01 2017

Whether we eat at home, dine out or grab something on the run, consuming food is such a necessity that many of us have lost awareness of

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October 01 2017

One day in 2014, as Bill Schultz headed out of town for a weekend trip, his cell phone rang. His brother Dan Schultz had some big news.

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September 01 2017

When Edward Montgomery accepted the presidency at Western Michigan University, there was no question that his wife, Kari, was happy about

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Sunday, December 01, 2019

They don't carry guns, don’t have a badge and can’t write

Friday, November 01, 2019

Traveling west on Whites Road past the Kalamazoo Country

Friday, November 01, 2019

Inside the offices of Paper City Development in downtown

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

One day in March of 2014, Chris Moore’s mother, Sue Moore

Tuesday, October 01, 2019