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9:21 am
Tue September 16, 2014

Kalamazoo Fashion Week Puts Community Center Stage

From left, Hope Potgiesser, 17, of Lawton, Mohammad Hasher, 15, of Portage, Christya Reynolds, 16, of Kalamazoo, and Kaylee Patterson, 16, of Portage, practice their walk at Thursday's rehearsal for Kalamazoo Fashion Week. Adult and young child models are also in the show.
Credit Earlene McMichael

New York Fashion Week ended a few days ago, saying good-bye to a runway  of elegant outfits, some too fancy for a day at the office. But a new event now in progress in Kalamazoo seeks to change that image and to involve our community in the process.

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Books
5:37 pm
Mon September 15, 2014

'Flash Fiction' With WMU Professor Emeritus Stuart Dybeck

Credit courtesy of Stuart Dybek

Chicago native and WMU Professor Emeritus Stuart Dybek’s two new collections of stories won high praise from The New York Times Review of Books last month. By the way, his name is pronounced DIB-ek not DIE-bek, though Stuart says he'll accept either.

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Campaign Finance
11:18 am
Mon September 15, 2014

Independent groups dominate spending in statewide campaigns

WMUK's Gordon Evans speaks with Michigan Campaign Finance Network Executive Director Rich Robinson about where the race for campaign cash stands less than two months before the November election. 

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September 15, 2014
8:45 am
Mon September 15, 2014

WestSouthwest September 15, 2014

Michael Dowd
Credit Courtesy of Michael Dowd

On this edition of WestSouthwest, reaching across the perceived divide between science and religion. And a State Representative seeking his third term representing Van Buren County and part of Kalamazoo County.


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WestSouthwest
8:37 am
Mon September 15, 2014

WSW: Republican Reprsentative Aric Nesbitt Seeks Another Term

Aric Nesbitt
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State Representative Aric Nesbitt is seeking another two year term representing the 66th state House district. 

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