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Top 5 for the weekend of September 13

Get a new perspective at the Japan Festival Formed out of a sense of respect between Saginaw and its sister city, Shiga Prefecture in Japan, the Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House has always been a beautiful part of the city. On Sunday, Sept. 15, the center is hosting a festival dedicated to a wide variety of cultural performances and […]

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Take a hike in the Tri Cities

Take a hike in the Tri Cities

By Crystal Gwizdala, Science & Health editor. Whether you’re feeling stir-crazy or a stir for nature, these casual hiking trails are the perfect blend of wildlife and convenience. Sure, treadmills are controlled and sidewalks are flat (-ish), but occasionally we need something different from our walk: the sound of wind tickling the leaves, the crunch of a twig under your […]

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Retail Roundup: Top 5 local redevelopments of the 2010s

Retail Roundup: Top 5 local redevelopments of the 2010s

  By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. Just because a building closes down or gets demolished, doesn’t mean that the facility – or what’s left of it – will never be used again. Right here in the tri-city area, redevelopments have been happening all over the place. Old buildings, abandoned factories and shopping malls on life support are fair game for something […]

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Retail Roundup: Former car dealer site repurposed for new food truck festival

Retail Roundup: Former car dealer site repurposed for new food truck festival

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. Midland Ford was once located at 1303 South Saginaw Rd. Nowadays, you won’t find any Mustangs or Explorers parked at the now-empty lot, as the car dealer moved to a bigger facility on Joe Mann Blvd in 2015, the old one having since been demolished. However, the empty parcel of land will soon be brimming […]

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Staff recognized for making the Delta Difference

Staff recognized for making the Delta Difference

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY − Delta College faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and accomplishments at an April 5 award ceremony, held at the DoubleTree in Bay City. Several staff members were awarded for their years of service at Delta. Linda Petee, Dana Jo Denney, Linda Plackowski-Witucki and Virginia Przygocki were recognized for being […]

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Record Store Day 2019: Things to do in the Tri-Cities

Record Store Day 2019: Things to do in the Tri-Cities

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. With thousands of independently owned record stores across the country and many music lovers who prefer stacks of wax over mp3 files, one thing is for certain: vinyl records are here to stay. Since 2008, Record Store Day has celebrated and given recognition to these record stores. Each year, they offer exclusive album releases in […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Governor’s Quarters lights up the nightlife of Bay City

Tri-City Hotspot: Governor’s Quarters lights up the nightlife of Bay City

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. With the spring season rolling in, going out to eat is a much more inviting prospect. For anyone looking for a good time all around, Governor’s Quarters, located in Bay City, covers all the bases. “We are Bay City’s only basement bar and original taproom,” says manager Jeff Owczarzak. Since it was bought out by new […]

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Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” shines a light at the Delta Planetarium

Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” shines a light at the Delta Planetarium

By Ryan Reichard, Arts and Entertainment editor. BAY CITY − Every Saturday at 7 p.m. until the end of April, the Delta College Planetarium is bringing back one of its most successful shows from last year: Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon.” The show is based off the band’s iconic 1973 album of the same name and reimagines the […]

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Bay City prepares to celebrate Irish heritage

Bay City prepares to celebrate Irish heritage

By Maddison Godi, reporter. BAY CITY—Since 1955, Bay City has been the annual spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Families come decked out in all shades of green to race throughout the historic city. Here’s what to expect March 16 and 17, during the yearly commemoration. The main event begins at 2 p.m., with the 65th annual St. Patrick’s Day […]

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An Interview with Jordan Pries, owner of Electric Kitsch

An Interview with Jordan Pries, owner of Electric Kitsch

By Patrick Sohacki, Collegiate correspondent. Q: Where are we? A: Bay City, Michigan! The heart of downtown, 917 Washington Avenue. Q: Why a record store? A: For me, it was the best way to communicate with people that felt the same way I did. It didn’t matter whether we related on the same type of music, it was a place […]

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