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RiverFest planning is underway in St. Charles, with a few changes this year, including the location of the main stage. To create more space and to account for some construction work at the Municipal Building, this year's festival – June 7-10...
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Here is our weekly salute to the people, places and organizations that make Northern Michigan a special place to live. Roll out the welcome mat We all know Petoskey is a great town, now the rest of the country knows, too. Our town was profiled in the...
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It started as a fleeting thought brought on by cooler temperatures and sunny skies. "It's interesting how all these museums are so close together," I muse aloud, flipping through a Calendar section. My editor's head swivels toward me. Her eyes light...
The man who led the carving of Mount Rushmore National Memorial soon will have a state road named in his honor again. The state Transportation Commission on Thursday designated a stretch of S.D. 244 as Guzton Borlum Memorial Highway. The 10-mile...
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WDBJ7 BloggerIt’s Night 16 and Bikal has voted out Matt. Julia has PTSD symptoms and says she almost peed herself. Michael is playing it cool. He tells the favorites that he understands their play. His strategy is to build trust and friendships with Corinne....
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WASHINGTON -- President Obama paid tribute to civil rights icon Rosa Parks on Wednesday, comparing the Jim Crow-era tolerance of segregation to the acceptance of inequality that persists into the present day. People often live their lives "as if in a...
Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be inducted into the Cradle of Coaches Association and immortalized with a statue at Miami University's Yager Stadium, the school's Director of Athletics David Sayler announced today. Harbaugh, who led the Ravens to their...
firstname.lastname@example.orgScott Cawood peered closely at his sculpture — the figure of a woman — and tinkered with the elbow. He looked intent, focused. "This is about the third assemblage I've had on her elbow," he said. "I've taken two of them off. I didn't like...
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If you like paint, you'll like "Richard Jackson: Ain't Painting a Pain," the artist's 40-year retrospective exhibition at the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach. It's awash in the stuff. Thick, brightly colored paint oozes like mortar from...
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L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles Police Department will be on high alert during the Academy Awards, and numerous streets around the show's Hollywood venue will be closed Sunday. The LAPD has not released any details of its security plans. A law enforcement......
L.A. NOWA series of road closures are occurring this weekend for the Academy Awards. The Los Angeles Police Department will also be out in force, with tight security measures in place. The Oscars will be held at the Dolby Theatre in......
Walking through a giant hall in the Baltimore Convention Center, Susan Johnson and Sherry Mills stopped to admire a bronze-and-steel sculpture with water cascading out of it. "I need this," Mills said. "You may want to come around this side first,"...
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