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October 31 2018

Because Brian Wilson had excellent junior high and high school science teachers who sparked his interest in science and pushed him down a

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October 01 2018

One evening in 2008, Michael “Tonto” Alexander was driving in his Portage neighborhood when, for the third time in as many months, he nea

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October 01 2018

Any scientist will tell you that failure teaches more than success, which is why the kids in the Engineering Club at Milwood Magnet Schoo

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August 01 2018

Ina Whitney points to an itty-bitty cat peeking from behind tiny curtains at the very back of the Midwest Miniatures Museum’s “Midnight a

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June 01 2018

You never know what you’re going to find when you set out as a tourist in your hometown, but one of the best ways to take home a little t

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March 01 2018

Jim Tinklenberg of South Haven helps friends and strangers fight dragons, and he’s looking forward to doing just that this month at Weste

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February 01 2018

When Lindsey King walks into Kalamazoo’s Coexist Café, she could be coming in to work as a server or planning to order the sandwich that

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January 01 2018

Havana, 1962. An American spy plane has just been shot out of the sky, and the Cuban Missile Crisis is underway.

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November 01 2017

If you want to learn about radio-controlled airplanes, mar-keting techniques or classical music, try listening to the podcasts created by

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October 01 2017

In 2006, when Monica Ferrucci’s 10-year-old son joined the Southwest Michigan Gun Club’s Junior Rifle Program, she had no idea that it wo

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