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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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May 01 2018

Every May Kalamazoo hosts the Olympics of the string music world, but many local folks don’t even know it.

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April 01 2018

The next best thing to watching a professional jazz orchestra perform is watching a youth jazz orchestra perform, especially one that’s n

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April 01 2018

Two things happened a world away from each other when Pierre van der Westhuizen was 10 that would come together for him many years later

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