Post Tagged with: "Saginaw"

Drake Bell found a way to Saginaw

Drake Bell found a way to Saginaw

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. If you watched “The Amanda Show” or “Drake & Josh” on Nickelodeon – even just one time – then you know who Drake Bell is. What you might not know, is that Bell has been changing his identity from “Drake Bell, that guy from Nickelodeon” to “Drake Bell, pop-rock star.” While defining himself as one of […]

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Once in a blue moon

Once in a blue moon

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. The morning of Jan. 31, 2018 was an especially exciting one for anyone in the area who was awake and had clear sky visibility. For the first time in over 150 years a Super Blue Blood Moon occurred for skywatchers around the world. A blood moon is another term for the appearance of the moon during […]

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State of the Art – Local poetry

State of the Art – Local poetry

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. I was one of nearly 75 people gathered together at Counter Culture in Saginaw on a Tuesday night. Under cozy, dim lighting numerous patrons of the arts from all over the area filled the venue until it was standing room only – and even then people were pouring out into the room next to the stage. […]

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Community play brings tears to whole house

Community play brings tears to whole house

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief “The Diary of Anne Frank” made its way to Pit and Balcony’s stage as the first show of 2018. I went into the play with high expectations, which were soon surpassed as soon as the cast members set foot on stage. The first thing I noticed when walking into the theater was the set design. Ripped […]

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day March – Video

Martin Luther King Jr. Day March – Video

Video by Kevin Lazzaro

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Eating with the Collegiate: Fuzzy’s Restaurant

Eating with the Collegiate: Fuzzy’s Restaurant

Fuzzy’s is a hidden little gem in Old Town Saginaw where you can enjoy ice cream or a nice meal. Their old-school-diner feel creates a homey environment that both relaxes you and makes you wish the waitstaff were on rollerblades.   The staff: Walking into Fuzzy’s was like taking a step back a generation. We were greeted at the door […]

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Eye on Alumni: Jay Fosgitt draws his way to the top

Eye on Alumni: Jay Fosgitt draws his way to the top

Drawing since he was two years old, professional cartoonist and Delta College alumnus Jay Fosgitt has followed his dreams by becoming a well-known illustrator in the graphic novel community. With a track record of working for Marvel Comics and the Jim Henson Company, fanatics can find Fosgitt’s work nationwide as well as close to home.

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Golden Corral has room for improvement in its opening day

Golden Corral has room for improvement in its opening day

By Joe Thornton, reporter. The Golden Corral that has been long awaited in Saginaw is finally open. After approval of the plans to open the restaurant on Apr. 5, 2017 the restaurant opened its doors on Jan. 3, 2018. As an avid buffet attendee and general food lover, I decided to visit the buffet on its inaugural day with high […]

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Adelante Awards celebrate Hispanic success

Adelante Awards celebrate Hispanic success

By Joe Thornton, reporter SAGINAW – The Dow Event Center was abundant with life and laughter Dec. 2 as the eighth annual Adelante Awards took place. The award ceremony is presented by La Unión Cívica Mexicana, which is a group that has been based in Saginaw since 1945 with the goal of spreading Hispanic pride. The award ceremony was hosted […]

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This Is Art – The impact of inclusive spaces

This Is Art – The impact of inclusive spaces

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor On Nov. 16, 150 people made the drive to Saginaw from places as far as Indiana and Grand Rapids to hang out together at local art and music venue, Counter Culture. “This show has been the first big one in a while here. It’s hard to bring big touring bands to an intimate venue like […]

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