Our On The Map series this week explores the connection between community and culture and how unique cultures form communities.
Idlewild was the epitome of entertainment for African Americans to enjoy and be apart of. It was the place to be from the 1920’s to the 60’s.
Does music have the power to heal an impaired mind? Have you ever wondered why certain passages of music can give you chills?
A world class musician recently traveled to Saginaw Valley State University to answer these questions, and to talk about the power of music. Continue reading
A state House panel has approved legislation that would end Michigan’s long-standing ban on ticket scalping. The bill would allow people to resell tickets for more than face value without the venue’s consent. It cleared the committee on a party-line vote.
Ready or not, the Christmas music is coming.
This upcoming Memorial weekend is a time for remembrance and tradition for many. Continue reading
Tis the season for holiday cheer, and what better way to celebrate than with the family and a holiday tale.
Tonight, an opera created by a Michigan native will be aired on CMU Public TV.
The opera is titled Silent Night, and it’s about a Christmas Eve truce during World War One between the French, Germans and the Scots.