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Where to shop this Record Store Day

Where to shop this Record Store Day

By Michael Piwowarski, photojournalist Since 2007, Record Store Day has internationally celebrated thousands of independently owned record stores. On April 21, vinyl enthusiasts in the area will have the chance to go to these participating record stores in the Tri-Cities and take advantage of specials, RSD exclusive releases, contests, live performances and more. The Electric Kitsch, 917 Washington Ave. in […]

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Michigan Record Club Facebook group reaches 1,000-member milestone

Michigan Record Club Facebook group reaches 1,000-member milestone

By Michael Piwowarski, photojournalist. MIDLAND – In an age of digital music and online streaming, vinyl records have regained a strong following over the past decade. In Michigan, there exists a community for vinyl enthusiasts to come and discuss their record collections and favorite music. Michigan Record Club, a Facebook group started by Bill Young, recently reached a membership of 1,000. […]

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Medical marijuana phenomenon has Bay County seeing green

Medical marijuana phenomenon has Bay County seeing green

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. A recent wave of medicinal marijuana legislation has been the talk of the town for some Bay County communities. Pinconning Township, Bangor Township and Bay City are just a few of the communities that have either proposed or voted on local regulations for the growth, sale and transportation of medical cannabis in the past year. Each […]

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Collegiate Reviews It: Escape room on ‘Point’ with thrilling adventure

Collegiate Reviews It: Escape room on ‘Point’ with thrilling adventure

One room. One hour. One chance to be victorious. As the escape room industry continues to grow, the Collegiate became increasingly excited about venues in the Tri-City area and how they compare to bigger, more established businesses around Michigan. For those who have never been to an escape room, here’s a quick breakdown. You and your team have one hour […]

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Collegiate Reviews It: Fusion 1 Cafe

Collegiate Reviews It: Fusion 1 Cafe

Upon entering the Fusion 1 Cafe, members of the Delta Collegiate complained of hunger. We were excited for the journey ahead: all you can eat sushi.

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Dow Gardens hosts annual Christmas Walk

Dow Gardens hosts annual Christmas Walk

Photos by Jaylie Dice

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Local shops to look out for in downtown Bay City

Local shops to look out for in downtown Bay City

By Michaela Garcia, Mass Media student Shopping locally is very important. It keeps your city alive and shows your support to local business owners. If you are walking in downtown Bay City you will notice numerous local stores where you can shop. Ferne Boutique Ferne Boutique on Washington Avenue is the perfect place to go shopping with a group of […]

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Santa appears in downtown Bay City

Santa appears in downtown Bay City

Video by Kevin Lazarro Photos by Jaylie Dice

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Board approves major construction projects

Board approves major construction projects

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief BAY CITY – Four major construction projects totaling an estimated $12,500,000 were approved by the Board of Trustees Nov. 14. The projects were proposed by Director of Facilities Management Larry Ramseyer. The largest project totaling an estimated $5,000,000 is a renovation to Delta’s K-wing which should be completed in the 2019 spring or summer semester. Upgrades […]

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International Observe The Moon Night brings crowd to Planetarium

International Observe The Moon Night brings crowd to Planetarium

By Joe Thornton, reporter. BAY CITY – In recognition of International Observe the Moon Night on Oct. 28, the Delta College Planetarium hosted a free event for the public to give the community a chance to organize this annual worldwide public event. Unfortunately, on this Bay City night, the third time was not the charm during their third annual recognition of […]

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