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November 01 2017

On South Burdick Street, in the yard of a house right next to the southern end of Mount Ever-Rest Cemetery, there’s an enormous green obj

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October 01 2017

Throughout elementary school, Logan Shields toted home handwritten notes from music teachers proclaiming his astounding pitch and ability

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September 01 2017

Many artists can draw a flower, but Kristina Spitzner’s flowers are both scientifically accurate and beautiful.

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June 30 2017

On a cold night in January, steam rolls off concertgoers as they emerge from the back door of The Milhouse, a red and white two-story hom

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May 30 2017

"The amount of tango dancing in a city corresponds to the amount of sushi restaurants in that city,” jokes tango instructor Doruk Golcu.

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April 30 2017

Jordan Hamilton is a charismatic, wiry musician who uses his cello, a traditional classical instrument, in decidedly nontraditional ways.

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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

Ellen Nelson is a little hungry.

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March 01 2017

Despite growing up “in an environment where people were always singing,” singer and songwriter Nashon Holloway didn’t think she had the c

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January 30 2017

A collaborative project involving more than 50 area artists and writers that has been over a year in the making debuts to the public this

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