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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

See the way Tim Froncek really plays—at The Block this summer

The typical jazz drummer is a hip but restrained figure, seated behind a trap set keeping the beat.  He and the bass player are...

West Michigan Symphony musicians present Beethoven and Schubert concert

Muskegon - West Michigan Symphony Principal Violist Arturo Ziraldo and two of his colleagues, principal cellist Alicia Gregorian Sawyers and assistant principal second violin...

MCC Celebrates 2018 Black History Month

Muskegon Community College will celebrate Black History Month in February with several events which are all free and open to the public. On Wednesday, Feb. 14,...

2018 Global Awareness Festival Feb. 20-23 Focuses on Islands of the World

MCC’s 19th Annual Global Awareness Festival on Feb. 20-23, 2017 will focus on islands of the World with a series of lectures, films, cuisine...

Muskegon historic ship museums offer film series fundraiser

Muskegon’s historic ships are offering a late-winter film series to enliven the area’s weekend and hopefully raise money for the museums. The USS Silversides Submarine...

MCC Offers “All Things Chicago!” Trip on June 23

The MCC Center for Experiential Learning, in collaboration with the Fr. Phil Legacy Project, is sponsoring “All Things Chicago!” which includes a trip to...

On Tap event combines craft beer, food, and blow up art at the Muskegon...

Muskegon - The Muskegon Museum of Art will host its fourth annual On Tap beer, food, and art fundraising event on Saturday, April 22,...

‘Mary Karr Live!’ Comes to the Frauenthal Center Feb. 11

The Muskegon Writers’ Series presents “Mary Karr Live!” featuring an evening with the national award-winning poet, essayist, and memorialist on Saturday, Feb. 11, at...

Expressions of Faith: Religious Artwork and Rare Manuscripts at the Muskegon Museum of...

Muskegon —The Muskegon Museum of Art will present Expressions of Faith: Religious Works from the Permanent Collection with Rare Manuscripts from the Van Kampen...

Messy politics nothing new in the U.S., speaker says

GRAND RAPIDS— Strong political polarization and infighting in Congress is nothing new in American politics, and has arguably been worse than it is today, according to a...