Letters

Letters 03-23-2015

Fresh & Unbiased I have always enjoyed reading the Northern Express to discover all the cool things happening in our region. However, as the time went by, the level of left wing bias became more evident.

Racism Continues Even before the United States was an official nation, we were a country that practiced slavery. We are a country of slavery for more years than we have been not.

Rich Get Richer The other morning NPR said that GM had so much money the board of directors bought back $5 billion in stock.

Topic: year’s
Monday, December 30, 2013

Crooked Tree rings  in the New Year

Features Kristi Kates A shimmering ball drop, live music, festive surroundings, and lots of cheering about a brand new year. If that sounds like your typical New Year’s Eve celebration, well, it is - but it’s also a New Year’s celebration that’s a little different than the usual.
 
Friday, January 3, 2014

Hot Dates

Dates Jamie Kauffold Author Talk & Signing: Andrew Graybill, “The Red and the White: A Family Saga of the American West”:.
 
Monday, July 7, 2014

A Bliss-tering Hot Music Fest

After 34 years, Petoskey’s Blissfest has become as much a community as it is a music festival.

Music Kristi Kates Now “generations old,” as its co-founder puts it, each year’s Blissfest just keeps getting better and better, with a more eclectic lineup and more Bliss devotees.
 
Sunday, December 28, 2014

New Year's Up North: A 2015 Guide

Features Kristi Kates TRAVERSE CITY A play on the word charity and Traverse City’s famed cherry crop, the CherryT Ball Drop is “three great parties, one great purpose,” collecting non-perishable food items and raising funds for the Father Fred Foundation, Meals on Wheels and Child and Family Services.
 
Sunday, December 28, 2014

Year of the Goat

Features Kristi Kates In 2015, the Chinese New Year’s Eve falls on Feb. 18, with Feb. 19-21 considered the official holiday of Chinese New Year, also called Spring Festival. Each year, it’s considered a major event on the Chinese calendar, meaning most Chinese have at least 5 days off work.
 
 
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