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Letters 04-20-2015

Time For Hartman/Hammond  Long term planning would have coincided the timing of downing the Cass St/Keystone Bridge in TC and the construction of a Hartman/ Hammond Bridge. Such a planned roadway would have met everyone’s needs.

No more Apologies In view of the senseless, brutal murder of an unarmed black man in South Carolina last week by a police officer following a traffic stop for a broken taillight, we must revisit Thomas Kachadurian’s recent column.

What Is Your Experience To Lead? I listened to Marco Rubio’s announcement of his running for the presidency. Many have admired his speech. He said a lot of the right things

Outsourcing NMC Faculty  “Outsourcing” the vast majority of NMC faculty? Do I hear the sound of NMC’s reputation sucked down the drain to save money? Really?

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Monday, April 20, 2015

The Fabric of the North

Art Al Parker Charlevoix area resident Kathie Briggs creates eyecatching landscapes and nature scenes, which is common for a northern Michigan artist. What’s more uncommon is that, instead of using oils, pastels or watercolors, Briggs’ medium is fabric and thread..
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Dates 04-20-2015

Dates Jamie Kauffold Stand-up comedian, actor & author Lewis Black is known for his angry face, comedy & style. Making points about the absurdity of our world, Black performs over 200 nights a year to audiences throughout Europe, New Zealand, Canada & the U.S. He will be at the City Opera House, TC on Thurs.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Blue Caribou Set for Second Summer

Dining Ross Boissoneau THE MENU The Chorleys note that, when people are vacationing, they often wake up later, but they still want breakfast. So, no matter the time of day, customers can choose from the entire menu.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Letters 04-20-2015

Letters

Time For Hartman/Hammond  Long term planning would have coincided the timing of downing the Cass St/Keystone Bridge in TC and the construction of a Hartman/ Hammond Bridge. Such a planned roadway would have met everyone’s needs.

No more Apologies In view of the senseless, brutal murder of an unarmed black man in South Carolina last week by a police officer following a traffic stop for a broken taillight, we must revisit Thomas Kachadurian’s recent column.

What Is Your Experience To Lead? I listened to Marco Rubio’s announcement of his running for the presidency. Many have admired his speech. He said a lot of the right things

Outsourcing NMC Faculty  “Outsourcing” the vast majority of NMC faculty? Do I hear the sound of NMC’s reputation sucked down the drain to save money? Really?

 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Food Sovereignty for the Odawa

Features Kristi Kates TROUBLING TREATIES “Before the land session treaties of 1836 and 1855, the Odawa tribe was self-sufficient, growing our own food, supporting and maintaining ourselves,” explained John Keshick III, Odawa Tribal Council member and also a member of the LTBB’s ad hoc Agricultural Workgroup crew.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Northern Michigan Environmental Watchlist

Features Patrick Sullivan “One of the hurdles we face with the lakes, particularly in our region, is the beauty of them,” Inland Seas Educational Association Executive Director Fred Sitkins said. “Because there’s not a large floating garbage patch out there, it’s not there in a lot of people’s eyes.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

2015 Earth Day Celebrations Roundup

Features Kristi Kates April 22nd, 2015 is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day! First held in 1970, this annual event features celebrations held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection of the earth and its resources, and Michigan is no exception. Here are a few upcoming highlights.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

What’s New at Raven Hill Discovery Center

Features Kristi Kates High windows let in abundant natural light, but allow for uninterrupted exhibit space; whitewashed wooden planks line the walls, so each exhibit can have a serene background. And the floors – currently being made ready for their first appearance – are a story all their own.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Local Forests Under Siege

Features Nick Beadleston While trees play an enormous aesthetic role in the character of our community, they are much more than just pretty scenery. Trees -- particularly those adjacent to bodies of water -- are integral components of a stable ecosystem. Their loss can have a devastating impact on the health of entire landscapes.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Gardeners of All Stripes

Features Ross Boissoneau HOBBY GONE WILD Chris Hoos and Jill Yaple, Maple City Years gardening: 20 plus years each Favorite flowers/vegetables to grow: Chris – frying peppers and fava beans Jill – peas and peppers, sunflowers and zinnias Sources for plants/seeds: We buy a few seeds in stores as we see them, but mostly we order seeds from catalogs, e.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

How to Get Started

Features Ross Boissoneau Shuker says the easiest plants to grow are the ones that require the least amount of water and maintenance, and that will grow in soil conditions that are not ideal. Some examples are succulents, sedums, lavender and ornamental grasses. All prefer hot, dry conditions and need little attention or deadheading.
 
Monday, April 20, 2015

Where to Turn

Features Ross Boissoneau First, there is a plethora of gardening stores. From Crystal Gardens in Frankfort to Garden Goods in Traverse City to Elk Rapids Floral and Greenhouses to the grocery stores and big box stores that stock seeds, plants and tools, you can find most everything you need and advice on what and how to plant.
 
Monday, April 13, 2015

Two Shows for Spring

Music Husband and wife duo Andy and Julianna Wilson lead the quartet known as The Springtails, an eclectic collective from Lansing, Michigan that blends the pair’s vocal and instrumental skills with sometime-bandmates Louis Rudner on double bass and Bob Bryan on percussion.
 
Monday, April 13, 2015

“I’m all over the place”

Art Al Parker Sarah Abend’s entire life is intertwined with art and the creative process. As the art teacher at Benzie Central High School, her task is to ignite creativity in her students and educate them on particular artistic techniques.
 
Monday, April 13, 2015

Dates 04-13-2015

Dates Jamie Kauffold Chicago’s fast-paced, soulful alternative folk band The Way Down Wanderers are just one of the bands who will perform at the 4th Annual Sweet Earth Arts & Music Festival on Sat., April 18 in NMC’s Health & Science Building, TC from 1-7:30pm. Others include Tatiana Crespo, Aaron Otto, the Sturgeon Bay Singers, Dede and the Dreamers & more.
 
 
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