Post Tagged with: "Bay City"

Hell’s Half Mile reveals lineup for 2017

Hell’s Half Mile reveals lineup for 2017

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. After 12 years, Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival has no plans of slowing down and will once again be bringing new sounds and films to the Tri-Cities. Taking place from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, the 12th annual Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival will feature four days of events, live music, and […]

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Solar eclipse sweeps across Bay City

Solar eclipse sweeps across Bay City

By Jessica Sierocki, Co-Editor-In-Chief. BAY CITY – The clouds cleared as hundreds filed through the doors of Delta College’s planetarium on Aug. 21 to get a safe glance at the first American solar eclipse since 1979. Visitors were given the choice of watching the live feed from NASA’s website or seeing it with their own eyes through one of the planetarium’s […]

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City Market adds a fresh take to Bay City

City Market adds a fresh take to Bay City

By Jessica Sierocki, Co-Editor-In-Chief. BAY CITY – A lively buzz and tempting aroma fill the air as soon as customers walk into the new City Market located at 401 Center Ave. in Bay City. Whether patrons want to grab a fresh, quick bite for lunch or indulge in a tasty treat for dessert, City Market offers a wide variety of delicacies […]

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Scott Baker Band premieres first album, ‘Community Aspire’

By Brynna Henika, reporter. ESSEXVILLE, MI – Musician Scott Baker teams up with local artists to put together his most recent album, “Community Aspire.” Baker has been singing and playing music since 1999, and has collaborated over the years with many artists, such as Larry McCray, Adam Levy, Shar Molina and Brandon Calhoon. In 2005, Baker released his first solo record. […]

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SVSU student creates digital map of Bay City state park

SVSU student creates digital map of Bay City state park

By Allie Keenan, staff reporter. BAY CITY – A Saginaw Valley State University student wants to show the evolution of the Bay City State Recreation Area in an interactive and creative way. Mark Alfini, a geography major and biology minor at SVSU, took an internship at the Bay County Environmental Affairs and Community Development at the beginning of the semester. […]

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Excellency Music Festival lives up to it’s name

Excellency Music Festival lives up to it’s name

Excellency Music Festival turned two this year and it’s looking to put itself, along with the Tri-Cities, on the map.

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Classics, Opera play in local theaters

Classics, Opera play in local theaters

By Isaac DeVille, staff reporter.  Movie-goers at Goodrich Quality theaters are in for a treat this fall and winter.  In the tri-city area, National Cinema Media is focusing on showing operas and classics on the big screen. Flashback Cinema is every Sunday and Wednesday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.  These shows haven’t been seen on the big screen in […]

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Did you Know? – Observing in Bay City and more

Did you Know? – Observing in Bay City and more

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Observing in Bay City Bay City is offering a chance to watch the star with telescopes and meet new people who share a passion for astronomy. There will be a special talk and telescope viewing at Bay City State Park Friday Oct. 28 beginning at 7 p.m. According to the Planetarium’s website, the Delta College […]

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Delta College hosts Bay City’s latest heroin summit

Delta College hosts Bay City’s latest heroin summit

By Cameron Kerkau and Erik Hopkins, Collegiate staff In response to the heroin epidemic currently plaguing Bay City, Delta College hosted a summit on the topic of heroin addiction. The summit, which occurred between 6 and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24, was presented by the Bay County Prevention Network and Delta College Public Safety. The discussion was moderated by […]

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Audiences travel to space with active duty astronaut

Audiences travel to space with active duty astronaut

By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. Meeting a retired astronaut is a rare occurrence, but meeting an active duty astronaut who is heading back to space is a once in a lifetime experience. Delta College gave members of the Great Lakes Bay region the opportunity to meet astronaut Andrew J. Feustel. Feustel spoke with audiences about his adventures beyond earth. Feustel […]

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