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Tuesday, February 5, 2013 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm
The Traverse Area District Library is pleased to welcome local artist Eileen Paul Millard and local poet Ann Bardens-McClellan to the Main (Woodmere) Branch for a special art reception and reading from Journey to the Centre on Tuesday, February 5. The reception with begin at 6:30 p.m. in the ...
News: CHS Millage proponents and opponents
Opinion: New "Social Host" laws prosecute parents for teens' partying New electronics and Apps allow parents to monitor your every move
Election Page: The B&G interviews three local candidates on why the teen vote matters Obama vs, Romney's ideology Timeline
Homecoming Focus: Game & ...
Dan Gerber, poet and author, will be reading from his latest book of poetry, SAILING THROUGH CASSIOPEIA, on Saturday, November 3 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at Horizon Books of Traverse city. Dan Gerber's mastery of layered imagery and crystalline vision marry European Romanticism with American Zen. These meditative poems engage the natural landscape
THE DAILY BEAST - Mark Bowden’s The Finish is the first book, and, to date, the definitive one, that looks at the Osama bin Laden raid from President Obama’s perspective as he sat in the Oval Office debating how to continue the then-seven-year hunt for the al Qaeda leader. Bowden was granted rare access to the president to discuss the raid and
Local teenager, McKenzie Dempsey, is about to publish her third fantasy fiction novel, a four-book series, Spirit Hearts. She has lectured at local schools sharing her interests, her accomplishments, and her stories. She gave a presention for students of the St. Francis School system in Traverse City on September 21st and had a book signing ...
This summer, John Mauk was named a finalist in the Black Lawrence Press 2012 Hudson Prize contest. Black Lawrence will publish Mauk’s first short story collection, Field Notes for the Earthbound.
Mauk grew up on the flatlands of northwestern Ohio. After completing a PhD in rhetoric (Bowling Green State University), he wrote scholarly articles ...
Do you know talented students grades 10-12 who are passionate about: Cinematic arts
Photography Encourage your students to apply for a YoungArts Award. Visit youngarts.org/apply.
The YoungArts Awards program: Has 600 winners each year
Capture the stories of your life in writing with author and teacher Anne-Marie Oomen. Friday, September 21, 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Oleson Center on the campus of Northwestern Michigan College.
The cost is $45 ($38 if you are age 62+ and live in GT County). For details click here and scroll to course Harvesting the Life Story. For more ...