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November 01 2018

It all started with a son’s simple questions: “Have you ever heard of Johnny Appleseed? Was he real, Mom?”

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November 01 2018

Melody Allen, head art teacher for the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts’ ArtLab, never tires of one thing: watching children’s eyes light up w

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October 01 2018

When singer-songwriter Ashley Daneman speaks, she laughs easily and melodically.

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September 01 2018

On just about any summer Saturday morning at the Kalamazoo Farmers Market, there’s someone strumming a guitar and singing while shoppers

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August 01 2018

One day back in 1988, local musician Bob Rowe opened his mailbox to find a yellowed envelope addressed from India with type that was obvi

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July 01 2018

Terrifying sock puppets and a heartbroken robot helped area teen Nathan Ginter become a U.S. Presidential Scholar.

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May 02 2018

Painter Mary Hatch wears big red glasses and a slash of lipstick.

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May 01 2018

For Kalamazoo Philharmonia conductor Andrew Koehler, when the orchestra and the Bach Festival Chorus present the North American premiere

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May 01 2018

When Bach Festival Chorus member Rick Van Enk heard that the chorus would be singing a requiem for those who died in the Soviet-induced f

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May 01 2018

Hunger in the Kalamazoo community and other parts of the world will be the theme of a student exhibit at the Kalamazoo Public Library pla

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Sunday, December 01, 2019

They don't carry guns, don’t have a badge and can’t write

Friday, November 01, 2019

Traveling west on Whites Road past the Kalamazoo Country

Friday, November 01, 2019

Inside the offices of Paper City Development in downtown

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

One day in March of 2014, Chris Moore’s mother, Sue Moore

Tuesday, October 01, 2019