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Teacher preparation
7:49 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

WestSouthwest: Bridge Magazine on teacher preparation

Student teachers in Haslett
Credit Ron French, Bridge Magazine

Interview with Ron French - air version

The online news service of the Center for Michigan examines how teachers are prepared for the classroom in Michigan

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Local Music
5:46 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Chicago musician James Falzone to present solo and combo concerts at sacred fest

James Falzone
Credit Robert Loerzel

At the Michigan Festival of Sacred Music, clarinetist/composer James Falzone will perform his solo work, Sighs too deep for words... and present a program of his original works for clarinet, oud, accordion and hand percussion with Allos Musica.

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WMUK News
1:01 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Project connects the poor to vital services

Billboard advertising a previous Project Connect event
Credit Kalamazoo County Poverty Reduction Initiative

Many agencies offer help to people in the Kalamazoo area who are homeless or need help getting health care or food for their families. But if you’re poor, getting to those agencies can be a serious problem. To overcome that barrier, many agencies will gather in one place on Wednesday, November 13th, to make access much easier.

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Film
8:39 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

No, "The Spectacular Now" was not directed by John Hughes

One of the great perks of being a film critic is being able to call attention to terrific movies that most people will never hear about. These are the pictures that aren't advertised every ten minutes on TV or hyped to the heavens a full year before they're going to be in theaters. An excellent example would be The Spectacular Now, director James Ponsoldt's outstanding adaptation of the popular novel by Tim Tharp.

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Local Music & Dance
8:20 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

Red Sea Pedestrians perform with Wellspring for a one-of-a-kind show

Credit Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

If there’s one thing artists hate it’s thinking inside the box. But that’s not a problem for musicians from the Red Sea Pedestrians and Wellspring Cori Terry and Dancers. They’re reaching outside their comfort zones with their collaboration “Old World New,” which premieres Thursday through Sunday.

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