Post Tagged with: "Saginaw"

Local vendor Nitro Creamery serves up science

Local vendor Nitro Creamery serves up science

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. SAGINAW – In the new SVRC marketplace in Saginaw, multiple vendors meet to provide their artisanal goods and services. With amazing businesses to choose from, it can be hard to make yourself stand out to consumers. Even with stark competition surrounding them, Nitro Creamery & Craft Soda finds a way to stand out. When walking in, […]

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Where to shop this Record Store Day

Where to shop this Record Store Day

By Michael Piwowarski, photojournalist Since 2007, Record Store Day has internationally celebrated thousands of independently owned record stores. On April 21, vinyl enthusiasts in the area will have the chance to go to these participating record stores in the Tri-Cities and take advantage of specials, RSD exclusive releases, contests, live performances and more. The Electric Kitsch, 917 Washington Ave. in […]

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Museum exhibits Saginaw’s identity

Museum exhibits Saginaw’s identity

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor The Saginaw Art Museum is a nationally accredited institution that provides educational programs, featured exhibitions, a permanent collection of art and community outreach. With its latest special exhibition, the Saginaw Art Museum aims to highlight the people who give Saginaw the thriving community that it has. The museum stayed open late for the opening of […]

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Tobin tackles new dual enrollment position

Tobin tackles new dual enrollment position

By: Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief Delta College welcomed Patrick Tobin into the faculty Feb. 12 as the new director of dual enrollment. This is a new position for the college, making Tobin the first director to work directly with dual-enrolled students and high schools in the area. “We have over 1,000 students not dual-enrolled. We’re trying to create a central point […]

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Saginaw Center ceremony brings community together

Saginaw Center ceremony brings community together

By Joe Thornton, reporter Faculty, students and alumni all gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Delta College Saginaw Center. The site, located at 309 E. Genesee Ave., was lively with Saginaw spirit on March 26 at 3 p.m. This particular event brought together the community with many political representatives in attendance, including Rep. Vanessa Guerra and Sen. Ken […]

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Excellency Music’s 100th show brings Drake Bell to Saginaw

Excellency Music’s 100th show brings Drake Bell to Saginaw

Photos by Jessica Sierocki By: Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief SAGINAW – The Counter Culture crowd packed tightly to the stage as the openers for Drake Bell performed. The nearly sold-out show brought fans from all over Michigan, buzzing in anticipation for the former “Drake & Josh” star to make his appearance. “You see all of these people coming together for a […]

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Drake Bell found a way to Saginaw

Drake Bell found a way to Saginaw

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. If you watched “The Amanda Show” or “Drake & Josh” on Nickelodeon – even just one time – then you know who Drake Bell is. What you might not know, is that Bell has been changing his identity from “Drake Bell, that guy from Nickelodeon” to “Drake Bell, pop-rock star.” While defining himself as one of […]

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Once in a blue moon

Once in a blue moon

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. The morning of Jan. 31, 2018 was an especially exciting one for anyone in the area who was awake and had clear sky visibility. For the first time in over 150 years a Super Blue Blood Moon occurred for skywatchers around the world. A blood moon is another term for the appearance of the moon during […]

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State of the Art – Local poetry

State of the Art – Local poetry

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. I was one of nearly 75 people gathered together at Counter Culture in Saginaw on a Tuesday night. Under cozy, dim lighting numerous patrons of the arts from all over the area filled the venue until it was standing room only – and even then people were pouring out into the room next to the stage. […]

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Community play brings tears to whole house

Community play brings tears to whole house

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief “The Diary of Anne Frank” made its way to Pit and Balcony’s stage as the first show of 2018. I went into the play with high expectations, which were soon surpassed as soon as the cast members set foot on stage. The first thing I noticed when walking into the theater was the set design. Ripped […]

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