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6:58 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

Andrew Koehler on Kalamazoo Philharmonia's 'Revolutionary Fates'

Andrew Koehler
Credit andrewkoehlerconductor.com

As heard on WMUK's Let's Hear It, conductor Andrew Koehler tells Cara Lieurance about Saturday's Kalamazoo Philharmonia program, 'Revolutionary Fates.'

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Dance
5:03 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

Davis, White Consulted Michigan Bellydancer For Scheherazade Skate

Ann Arbor belly dancer Kendra Ray
Credit courtesy of Kendra Ray

Last month, Michigan ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White made their state proud as they carried home the first U.S. Olympic gold medal for ice dancing. They won high marks for their free skate to Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade

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Arts & More
4:50 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

Artist of the Month: Animal From Binder Park Zoo Creates Paintings

Ellie the tortoise gets started creating her masterpiece. Her feet are dipped in non-toxip paint, and she is allowed to roam across the canvas.
Erin Williams

What's got four legs, a hard shell, and an affinity for bright colors?

It's Ellie, a two-year old tortoise who lives at the Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek. She's quite the painter.

That's right - painter.

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Citizen Scientists
7:22 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

WSW: Encore Magazine Profiles Citizen Scientists

Lindsey Parkinson, an intern at the Kalamazoo Nature Center, releases a blue jay, after it was banded last fall
Credit Encore Magazine/Erik Holladay

WestSouthwest with Tiffany Fitzgerald

Writer Tiffany Fitzgerald examined some of the work being done by "citizen scientists" in Southwest Michigan. 

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The American Way of Eating
7:17 am
Tue March 4, 2014

WSW: The American Way of Eating

Broccoli Crops in King City, California
Credit The Associated Press

WestSouthwest with Tracie McMillan

Tracie McMillan wanted to find out what happens to food before it reaches the table and how income and lifestyle impact what we eat. 

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