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July 01 2019

Phil Kline grew up doing a job most kids would envy: catching and selling minnows.

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June 01 2019

Summer music festivals in western Michigan are as varied and eclectic as the musicians who play them.

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May 30 2019

Seasoned sightseers say that to really experience and enjoy a new destination, you’ve got to see it the way the locals do.

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May 01 2019

The sale of husbands, the #MeToo movement and “the powerful Aliénor of Aquitaine, mother of kings” will all be featured in this year’s Mo

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May 01 2019

When Eric Joseph blows his horn, the room goes silent.

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April 01 2019

One of the fastest-growing sports in the world in popularity and revenue — competitive gaming, or esports — is, not coincidentally, one o

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April 01 2019

When he was a kid, before he was a student at Kalamazoo Central High School, Karlo Delos Angeles, now a 26-year-old graduate student at W

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March 01 2019

Michael Wilder begins describing the night of his 33rd birthday by saying, “I was involved in a murder.”

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February 28 2019

When it comes to violent crime in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Assistant Chief Dave Boysen is focused on how many vio

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February 01 2019

For most of his 90 years, Murphy Darden has been riding alongside the past and grabbing history by the horns.

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