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Letters 09-01-2014

Hamas Shares Some Blame

Even when I disagree with Mr. Tuttle, I always credit him with a degree of fairness. Unfortunately, in his piece regarding the Palestinian/Israeli conflict he falls well short of offering any insights that might advance his readers’ understanding of the conflict...

The True Northport

I was disappointed by your piece on Northport. While I agree that the sewer system had a big impact on the village, I don’t agree with your “power of retirees” position. I see that I am thrown in with the group of new businesses started by “well-off retirees” and I feel that I have been thoroughly misrepresented, as has the village...

Conservatives and Obamacare

What is it about Obamacare that sends conservatives over the edge? There are some obvious answers...

Republican Times

I read the letter from Don Turner of Beulah and it seems he lives in that magical part of the Fox News Universe where no matter how many offices the Republican Party controls they are not responsible for anything bad that happens...

Topic: museum
Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Meeting History in Petoskey

Little Traverse Museum exhibit tells Hemingway’s Story

Features Kristi Kates

While paying homage to the man considered to be Michigan’s greatest writer, it’s worth noting that the organization behind the Little Traverse History Museum has been around longer than Ernest Hemingway himself.

 
Monday, June 10, 2013

Flying high with ‘Birds of Paradise’

Features The rain forests of New Guinea and their feathered occupants are revealed this week with “Birds of Paradise: Amazing Avian Evolution,” a National Geographic Traveling Exhibition coming to the Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College in TC.
 
Monday, May 26, 2014

Everything's Shipshape on the Mackinaw

Features Kristi Kates ALL ABOARD Known as the “Queen of the Great Lakes” during her heyday, the cutter ported in Cheboygan her entire commissioned life. When the ship was taken out of service in 2006, the crew walked off with only personal and perishable items; most everything else was left behind.
 
Monday, August 25, 2014

Dennos Welcomes Two New Modern Exhibitions

Features Kristi Kates Li Hongbo’s work involves the stacking of thousands of sheets of paper, using glue and pressure to hold them together. Sawing, cutting, and later fine-tuning with sandpaper, he crafts the paper into sculptures that mimic marble.
 
 
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