Tibbits Opera House in Coldwater is the second-oldest theater operating in Michigan. As the only professional arts organization in Branch County, it carries a sizable responsibility to provide a breadth of programs to adequately engage a diverse community base.
As if imitating a snow-covered scene from Currier and Ives, Southwest Michigan sparkles in the winter season. Events indoors or out invite revelers to celebrate holiday traditions and to create new memories.
Keith Crowell, CEO of the Home Builders Association of Western Michigan, learned of the campaign and asked how the HBA could help. Ken Klok, who has been instrumental in dozens of other community projects, and Bernie Mein, both experienced builders...
While there are several zoos throughout Michigan, one in particular works to foster empathy and understanding for the natural forests, wetlands, and - of course - the various species it hosts on over 433 acres of city-owned property in Battle Creek.
Autumn prevails as the most multicolored season to bike the Kal-Haven Trail as it winds its way through woods, farmland, and quaint villages cloaked in their brilliant fall splendor. Tasteful fare along the way - from local U-Pick farms, farm markets, breweries, and wineries - also delightfully celebrates the season.
Located within Amanda’s Bequest Bed and Breakfast, Bygone Basics Culinary School in Montague is bringing back old-style cooking traditions through heirloom culinary lessons. Chef Valerie Hanson along with...
Legendary basketball coach John Wooden said, “It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”
As a teacher in the Kalamazoo public school system for 33 years, Leslie Lami-Reed witnessed kids coming to school during the winter months
Don’t be misled by the whimsical, almost happily childlike moniker “Art Hop.” Kalamazoo’s art festival more closely resembles “a long walk for pleasure"
Commerce Pointe Gallery in Battle Creek is a unique setting for artists to exhibit their artwork. Started in 1999 by Linda Tafolla