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February 25 2016

No doubt writing is a solitary endeavor, but a number of local writers find that their craft improves with regular feedback and support f

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January 29 2016

Baby boomers were destined to be a different kind of generation.

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January 29 2016

Afew years ago Al Holloway came across a copy of MAKE: magazine, a publication featuring projects as diverse as creating animatr

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January 01 2016

On a Sunday evening in September, 15 Germans arrived by chartered bus at a rural home near Schoolcraft.

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January 01 2016

If you think you see musician and singer Matt Giraud driving through Kalamazoo in a minivan with a bumper sticker that says “I used to be

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December 01 2015

Are Kalamazooans suddenly eschewing their suburban homes and yards to raise their families in downtown lofts? No.

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December 01 2015

Downtown Kalamazoo is looking a lot like the future of the United States.

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November 01 2015

At the 20th Kalamazoo Russian Festival Nov.

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November 01 2015

Felix Brooks has big shoes to fill, even though he’s the first person to step into them.

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November 01 2015

It’s nearly the season for road salt, and last year alone the city of Kalamazoo used 5,000 tons of it.

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