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Tri County Hotspot: Auburn coffee shop helps with the daily ‘Grind’

Tri County Hotspot: Auburn coffee shop helps with the daily ‘Grind’

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief AUBURN – Located just 12 minutes away from Delta College’s main campus, the Iron Grind Coffeehouse in Auburn welcomes and encourages students to stop by for a warm cup of joe, and to stay for hanging out with friends or catching up on homework. Samantha Kunz and her husband saw a need for a new coffee […]

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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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Here’s the tea on Midland’s newest hot spot

Here’s the tea on Midland’s newest hot spot

By Maddison Godi, reporter. If you are looking for a new, modern hangout, the Grove Tea Lounge located in Midland is now open for business. On February 7, 2019, Grove Tea opened its doors to the public, blessing the Midland community with their own twist. This quick stop eatery could be described as a mix between Live Oak Coffeehouse and […]

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Tri City Hotspot: Cashman’s Comics brings superheroes to Bay City

Tri City Hotspot: Cashman’s Comics brings superheroes to Bay City

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY — Batman. Superman. Spiderman. Wonder Woman. All of your favorite superheroes and much more can be found at Cashman’s Comics in Bay City. Heading into its 23rd year in business, Cashman’s Comics is owned and operated by its namesake John Cashman and caters to both veteran comic collectors and newcomers alike, offering a […]

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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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Yoga by Kathryn illuminates a night of inner reflection

Yoga by Kathryn illuminates a night of inner reflection

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. SAGINAW – Calming music swept over the dimmed room of the Saginaw Art Museum at the bi-weekly Candlelight Yoga class. Kathryn Spagnuolo, owner of Yoga by Kathryn, started offering the classes once she saw the beauty the museum has to offer. “I like the atmosphere. It’s absolutely beautiful, and I think doing yoga at beautiful spots just […]

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Pasong’s plates family tradition and history in the heart of Old Town Saginaw

Pasong’s plates family tradition and history in the heart of Old Town Saginaw

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief.  SAGINAW– It’s 4:30 p.m. on a Saturday and the kitchen of Pasong’s in Old Town Saginaw is in a flurry. Owner and cook Tina Saycosie leads a crew of “kitchen warriors,” as she calls them, which includes three generations of the Saycosie family as Bob Marley wails from the speakers as they prepare for a busy […]

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Electric Kitsch sparks downtown record shopping

Electric Kitsch sparks downtown record shopping

by Cam Kerkau, managing editor, and Jack Rechsteiner, arts and entertainment editor. Electric Kitsch is one of the mainstays of downtown Bay City. A vintage boutique that deals with items that are old or unusual, Electric Kitsch specializes in selling records, clothes, sound equipment, and household items. They also offer guitar and electronic repair from old to new. Located at […]

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New coffee shop in Midland brews up a commotion

New coffee shop in Midland brews up a commotion

By Macayla Jablonski, editor in chief. College students struggle with everything under the sun—they shouldn’t have to struggle to find a good cup of coffee. Jim Adame, Delta student and 19-year-old business owner, solved this issue and opened a new coffee shop called The Loch in Midland on Oct. 13. The Loch serves specialty coffees, snacks, and hosts open mic […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Learn your future with Gypsies

Tri-City Hotspot: Learn your future with Gypsies

By Brynna Henika, Photographer. For the past 11 years, Gypsies, located at 513 Third Street in Downtown Bay City, has been serving the public with all of their New-Age needs. Not only has this establishment provided much for those with a passion for the occult and spiritual beliefs, but has also gone through a tough journey to become the location […]

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