Post Tagged with: "Saginaw"

Tri City Hotspot: Kluck Nursery keeps Christmas authentic with real trees

Tri City Hotspot: Kluck Nursery keeps Christmas authentic with real trees

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. SAGINAW — The Christmas tree is a staple of American households during the holiday season. Oftentimes, you will come across a tree that is well decorated and looks nice, but is fake and made of plastic. The practice of using a real tree, however, is not going anywhere. Kluck Nursery, a family business that has […]

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Saginaw’s 12th annual film festival entertains, but shows room for improvement

Saginaw’s 12th annual film festival entertains, but shows room for improvement

By Maddison Godi, reporter. From Nov. 8 to Nov. 11, Saginaw hosted the 12th annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival. The festival was created to bring foreign films to Saginaw and to visitors from surrounding counties. I felt that it fell short of the mark this year, however. The films may seem cheap, but at $6 per show, it adds up […]

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Dim the lights for the 12th annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival

Dim the lights for the 12th annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival

By Maddison Godi, reporter Dates: Nov. 8-11 Locations: The Court Street Theater, Pit and Balcony Inc., Castle Museum, Hoyt Library, First Congregational Church Cost: Single tickets: $6 per film. Pre-festival passes: $40. At-the-door passes: $45. Free parking throughout Saginaw. Join film lovers for a weekend packed full of entertainment no movie fanatic will want to miss. The Riverside Saginaw Film […]

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Saginaw’s Most Stylish amazes crowd

Saginaw’s Most Stylish amazes crowd

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. SAGINAW — The Horizon’s Conference Center attracted an excited crowd Thursday, Oct. 25, for the 2018 annual Saginaw’s Most Stylish fashion show. The annual fundraiser is hosted by the United Way of Saginaw County. All proceeds raised at the event go toward local education and literacy programs which help students in Saginaw County, as well […]

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The Bread Guy opens its doors in Saginaw

The Bread Guy opens its doors in Saginaw

By Franklin Thornton, copy editor SAGINAW — A quaint little bread shop in Old Town Saginaw had its soft opening Saturday, Oct. 20. Named The Bread Guy, the burgeoning bakery was bustling with business as customers moved continually in and out of the store. “We’re actually sold out of everything, so it worked out really well,” says Sabrina Johnson, an […]

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Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum brings “The Spirit of Detroit” to SVSU

Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum brings “The Spirit of Detroit” to SVSU

By: Ryan Reichard, reporter UNIVERSITY CENTER — The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum at Saginaw Valley State University is hosting the exhibit “Motor City Icon: The Spirit of Detroit” from Oct. 5 to Jan. 19. The exhibit features artwork from various artists in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the era-defining sculpture. Inside the museum, the display is divided into […]

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Delta construction students plant a seed in their community

Delta construction students plant a seed in their community

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER — Sometimes, a student’s educational experience goes beyond fulfilling classroom requirements in order to get a degree. In the case of Associate Professor of Residential Construction Michael Finelli’s class, his students get a chance to help their community along the way. The Saginaw Mustard Seed Shelter, a homeless shelter for women and children […]

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FAN presentation discusses trauma and its impact on addiction

FAN presentation discusses trauma and its impact on addiction

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER — Addiction is much more complicated than it may look at first glance. A variety of contributing factors can be associated with addiction; in discussion of these factors, this month’s Families Against Narcotics (FAN) meeting focused on how an experience of trauma (especially during childhood) can affect addiction rates. In order to further […]

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Saginaw celebrates Japanese culture

Saginaw celebrates Japanese culture

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. In today’s society, we often tend to forget or gloss over the differences that we all have that make us and our cultures unique. Sunday, Sept. 16, the Japanese culture center in Saginaw hosted an event to celebrate Japanese culture. This event featured a main stage where groups ranging from the White Pine Glee Club […]

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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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