Up Front

June 30 2016

"It’s bigger than it looks,” says Kevin Ketchum as he opens the red front door of Klassic Arcade, and he’s right.

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May 31 2016

If you were in Bronson Park on the first Saturday of June in 1952, you would be standing amid a crowd of 15,000 people.

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April 28 2016

In his 2014 visit to Japan, President Barack Obama drew attention when he bowed and played soccer with ASIMO, a social robot with a human

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March 31 2016

On April 16, more than 100 Kalamazoo County students from ages 14-19 will walk into alcohol-selling businesses throughout the Kalamazoo a

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February 25 2016

Four years ago when her car broke down, Kay Chase asked herself whether she really needed to replace it.

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January 29 2016

Katie Pearson earned a bachelor’s degree in Africana Studies from Western Michigan University in December, and many supporters of the pro

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January 01 2016

In 1989, a half-acre park on North Rose Street that had been known as Kingston Park was renamed to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

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December 01 2015

Sometimes when Tina Buck opens her eyes in the morning, she awakens with a very sweet idea, which means she’s dreamed up another chocolat

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November 01 2015

For 32 years, area residents have had an unusual pipeline to their state representatives, but may not even have known it.

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October 01 2015

Billy Schultz smiles while walking the grounds at Schultz Fruitridge Farms beneath a clear blue sky.

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