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May 30 2017

Jeremiah Barnes has an occupation that few people know exists: full-time commercial beekeeping, which includes selling honey and using hi

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May 30 2017

“When you say, ‘Who are the poor?’ The poor are all of us.”

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May 01 2017

Many people have noted to poet Elizabeth Kerlikowske that she has the same sort of “skewed sense of humor” as painter and fellow Kalamazo

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April 30 2017

We love potential.

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April 30 2017

Through the decades, the utilitarian role of the college dorm room has remained constant: a place to sleep and stash clothes and books.

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April 30 2017

When Western Michigan University student Micah Edwards first set foot in Western Michigan University’s Waldo Library in the fall of 2013,

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April 30 2017

In an industrial area of Kalamazoo's Eastside neighborhood sits a brick building with loading docks and steel doors.

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March 31 2017

When the chairman and CEO of Humphrey Products Co.

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March 01 2017

Wearing stylish, yet comfortable-looking cowboy boots and a sparkling, eye-catching belt buckle, Kitty Copeland reveals her eye for aesth

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January 30 2017

While the major civil rights struggles in the American South in the 1950s and ’60s were hundreds of miles away, segregation and racism st

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