Registration for the Special Olympics begins on April 1. The games are scheduled for June 2 through the 4th on the campus of Central Michigan University.
There are eight non-profit organizations in Michigan that work with the state to accept donated tax refunds. Continue reading
Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie is showcasing a geek art exhibition. It’s called Nerd’s Eye View. Continue reading
‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ is the first feature-length documentary to explore the Black Panther Party and its significance in American culture and to the cultural and political awakening of black people. Continue reading
If you’ve ever driven by a beautiful barn, admiring it on the way – you now have a chance to see it recognized statewide.
The Michigan Barn Preservation Network is taking nominations for Barn of the Year. Four or five awards will be given out. Continue reading
The Clare Downtown Historic District was approved for a listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
A new performing arts venue in Bay Harbor will be breaking ground this summer.
The center’s goal to rebuild the museum has become a reality after receiving a $20,000 grant. Continue reading
A former Mackinac Island carriage horse is living up his retirement years in Illinois. He’s been tapping into his creative side, with help from his trainer.
Nick may look like your average 22-year old Appaloosa/Clydesdale mix – but he’s far from a normal gelding. Continue reading
The ice rink started as an idea in the mind of Deb Booher, a local resident, Director of the local community volunteer group, and all around spit fire. She wanted to give community members, and particularly kids, something to do over the winter months.
If you’ve always wanted a telescope for Christmas, but had no idea where to start looking, you’re in luck
On Friday Dec. 2nd, Director of the Bay City Planetarium Mike Murray will teach you how to choose the perfect stargazing instrument.
A documentary airing tonight on PBS sheds light on the challenges of dealing with disabled people as they and their caregivers grow older.
The show, called Mimi and Dona focuses on an elderly mother who can no longer take care of her daughter who has an intellectual disability. Continue reading
The vision of a local photographer is coming into focus as final preparations are made to open a new photo gallery in the heart of downtown Petoskey. Continue reading
Jazz musicians from around the state are hard at work putting together a tribute concert scheduled for Saturday, November 14th at Saginaw Valley State University. Continue reading
Gender-centered art is on full display at the gallery on the campus of Central Michigan University.
Schools around the state are reporting a shortage of teachers this school year. The shortage is being seen in subject areas like automobile technology, cosmetology and English as a Second Language.
A show that has given PBS many record breaking nights and is loved by many around the world, nears it’s final season.
PBS is ready to close the door on Downton Abbey. The show debuted in 2010. The 6th and final season will premier in January. Continue reading
The Saginaw Art Museum is expanding into a different kind of artist- an avant-garde stylist who was popular in the Tri-Cities in the 1960s and 70s.
The Artisan Wing of the Saginaw Art Museum is known to feature contemporary artists. This time around it decided to feature artist Katherine Gonso Mitchell. Continue reading
As the festival marks ten years this month, founder and Festival Director Alan LaFave, sat down with David Nicholas to talk about its past, present and future — and as their conversation began, the origin of the name…
A record-setting donation is clearing the way for expansion at the Dennos Museum Center in Traverse City. Officials say the facility has received a two-million dollar donation from Diana and Richard Milock. It’s the largest single gift ever given by a living donor. Continue reading
A “coming of age” film that has been ten years in the making is being filmed in northern Michigan. Continue reading
This stark architectural contrast to the rest of the city is the Delta College Planetarium.