Letters

Letters 09-15-2014

Stop The Games On Campus

Four head coaches – two at U of M and two at MSU – get a total of $13 million of your taxpayer dollars each year. Their staffs get another $11 million...

The Truth About Fatbikes

While we appreciate the fatbike trail coverage, the quote from the article below is exactly what we demonstrated not to be true in most cases last season...

Man Has Environmental Responsibility

I tend to agree with Thomas Kachadurian (“Playing God,” Sept. 8) that we should not interfere with the power of nature by deciding what is “native” and what is not. Man usually does what is better for man (or so we believe), hence the survival and population growth of our species...

The Bush & Obama Facts

Don Turner’s letter to the editor on 8/25/14 stated that there has never been a more corrupt, dishonest, etc. set of politicians in the White House. He states no facts, but here are a few...

Ban Pesticides

I grew up downstate in a neighborhood without pesticides. I was always very healthy. Living here, I have become ill. So I did my research and found out a lot about these poison agents called pesticides (herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, chemical fertilizers, etc) that are being spread throughout this community, accumulating in our air, water and soil...

Respect for Presidents?

Recently we read the Letter to the Editor that encouraged us to stop characterizing President Obama as anything other than an upstanding, moral, inspiring “first Black President”. The author would have us think that the rancor in the press, media and public is misguided. And, believe it or not, this rancor is a “glaring exception to … unwritten patriotic rule” of historically supporting all previous presidents...


Topic: art
Monday, June 2, 2014

The Motorcity Moves Up North

Features Kristi Kates Petoskey, meet Detroit. Detroit, Petoskey. That’s the basic idea behind Detroit @ CTAC, a new conceptual multi-media exhibition that aims to “celebrate in a positive way the excellence being achieved in the arts in the Motor City” by “bringing The D North.
 
Monday, June 16, 2014

Third Career. Limitless Perspective.

Frankfort painter Ellie Harold never intended to become an artist for her third career.

Art Al Parker She started her working life as a registered nurse, caring for patients in an intensive care unit. Later she became an ordained Unity minister, leading a church she pioneered in Atlanta. About a dozen years ago, Harold picked up a paint brush and began creating landscapes and still lifes that vibrate with color.
 
Monday, June 16, 2014

Shows, Walks & Fairs

Art Al Parker Art lovers on the prowl for a special painting, sculpture or pottery can find a high quality show almost every weekend from Memorial Day through Labor Day across northern Michigan. Here are details on some of the most popular shows and art fairs across the region.
 
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Dates

Dates Jamie Kauffold 6TH ANNUAL TC WINE & ART FESTIVAL: Held at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons, TC this Saturday, June 21 from 3-10pm. Featuring more than 200 local wines & local fare by area chefs. This year’s art is a juried show of 40 fine artists. Music by Mayer Hawthorne, The Mainstays, The Crane Wives, & many others.
 
Monday, June 23, 2014

Boyne's City Answer to Soho

Features Kristi Kates By Saturday, the “art” portion of the fest will really be in full swing, with the artists displaying their work, and ongoing musical performances, giveaways, magicians, and an interactive art experience in cooperation with the Boyne Library’s Summer Reading Program.
 
Monday, July 7, 2014

Drawn to Nature

Art Al Parker As a child, landscape painter Sue Bowerman marinated in myriad art forms. “My mother and grandmother were both artists so I grew up around woodcarvings, portraits and landscape paintings,” said the Traverse City painter, who grew up in Buffalo, N.Y.
 
Monday, July 21, 2014

Catching Light With Pastels

Art Al Parker I began in oil, watercolor, pastel, charcoal, and found I couldn’t stop. I had to try everything. I was fortunate to be able to study under some of the most wonderfully talented and supportive fine art instructors, several from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.
 
Monday, July 28, 2014

Dates 07-28-14

Dates Jamie Kauffold Maureen Abood will be giving a lecture on “A Taste of the Lebanese Table.” She cooks, writes, and photographs her award-winning food blog, “Rose Water & Orange Blossoms”, in Harbor Springs.
 
Monday, August 18, 2014

Winging It

Six years ago, a trained potter dropped everything and flocked to a different sort of artistic expression.

Art Al Parker

Now, Leelanau County artist Van Wilson has truly gone to the birds. Over the past six or seven years, Wilson has created dozens of multi-media pieces featuring crows, magpies, and ravens. Many are whimsical, but all reflect his wit, wisdom and love of the American Southwest.

 
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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