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July 01 2021

It's rare that what you really loved doing as a child becomes your vocation as an adult, but Jamie Jannusch is one of the lucky ones.

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June 01 2021

Jane Ghosh may have grown up here, but she is still finding plenty to discover about her hometown.

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May 01 2021

The forced pivot that Covid-19 imposed on many arts organizations has been hard and painful, but the Stulberg International String Compet

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April 01 2021

Kevin Ford will tell you one of his strengths is that he’s a learner.

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March 01 2021

Jeremy Winkworth, a chemist and employee in the quality division of what used to be The Upjohn Co.

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February 01 2021

Sara Jacobs knows a lot about homelessness.

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January 01 2021

Victor Ledbetter was going to be a lawyer.

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December 01 2020

Covid-19 has forced many organizations to rethink their mission and purpose, but for the Kalamazoo Bach Festival that change had been in

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November 01 2020

A couple of times Kalamazoo has come very close to losing Sid Ellis, one of its longtime arts advocates and community servants.

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October 01 2020

For centuries, theater has provided its audiences with a means to escape the imperfect world in which we live.

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