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August 01 2016

Bedecked in rainbow clothing, Hether Frayer flits about Southwest Michigan proclaiming, “Fresh food is fun!”

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June 30 2016

In the fall of 2012, jewelry business owner Karla Piper was still looking for her niche.

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June 30 2016

In 2002, 70 quilts from Gee’s Bend, an isolated African-American community in rural Alabama, were displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts in

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June 30 2016

When Kalamazoo College Professor of Psychology Siu-Lan Tan got a call from the World Science Foundation in 2013, the foundation official

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May 31 2016

“Nobody loves me but my mother, and she could be jivin’ too.” – B.B. King

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May 31 2016

From its perch overlooking the city, Kalamazoo College has been a stately presence for 183 years, during which time the college and its l

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April 28 2016

“H-A-L-L-E-L-U-J-A-H.”

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April 28 2016

There’s a growing trend in landscaping across the country: replacing traditional lawns, shrubs and annual bedding plants with perennials

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April 28 2016

Bob Fredericks is a man who sleeps until 10:30 a.m. and is not afraid to put on a chicken suit.

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March 31 2016

Playing sports can provide great life lessons, and former NFL and WMU quarterback Tim Hiller knows this fact as well as anyone.

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