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08/08/2011-Marquette, MI- The newest exhibition at the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center on the campus of Norther Michigan University, UP in 3D, showcases the upper peninsula in 3D during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  There are photographs of mining operations, Mackinac Island, towns throughout the area, and Ojibwe settlements. All 40 of the images […]

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Hey Friends, I would like your opinion on something…. Are there fans that as a radio personality I just shouldn’t respond to? One could arguably say, “No! You should treat all listeners with equal respect and courtesy.” I feel that way. Or well, actually I thought that I felt that way. Alright before you come […]

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Marquette, MI-08/04/2011-Stray clothing from thrift stores and the backs of closets gain a new life at the (Re)Design Fashion Show at the Marquette Regional History Center.  Designers Paulette Carr, Joann Shelby, Alexandra Kralova, and Lanni Lantto highlighted creative and artistic redesigns of old clothing.  Usually jsut thrown away skirts, shirts, and shower curtains were made […]

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Lizzy Ann – Marquette MI I have been a smoker for about six years now. You say well that’s really not that long Lizzy Ann. Easier for you than those who have smoked for 20 or more years right? Wrong. I was once told that I was an addictive personality due specifically to the fact […]

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Marquette, MI-08/04/2011- Garden Bouquet and Design is partnering with the Marquette Regional History Museum for the 2nd Annual (Re)Fashion Show and Design Contest.  This is the perfect opportunity to gather fun ideas on how to recycle old clothing, and have a night out.  I will be at this event, and I hope to see some […]

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Marquette, MI- The Percussive Attack Camp in Marquette, MI was created in 2010 to encourage the study of sound and rhythm. This camp encourages the use of auditory percussive attacks on music.  Participants are also instructed with intensive, performance based guidance. This event took place in a very professional yet engaging and comfortable environment.  There […]

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08-03-2011- Frankie Ballard played the national anthem on his guitar at our high school in Battle Creek, MI during my senior year. He had just graduated not too long before me and I could tell that he was going somewhere in the music industry. He picked up a classmate of mine, Eddie Robinson, as his […]

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This Weeks Top 30 Songs & New Adds

Tomorrow – Chris Young Dirt Road Anthem – Jason Aldean Knee Deep – Zac Brown Band Featuring Jimmy Buffett Just A Kiss – Lady Antebellum Honey Bee – Blake Shelton Am I The Only One – Dierks Bentley If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away – Justin Moore Country Girl (Shake It For Me) – Luke […]

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  OK I’m not saying I’m a celebrity or anything like that; but I was recognized by my voice at the Art On The Rocks. How cool is that?! I must say I was really startled when it happened and kinda embarrassed.  I was startled because it was kinda like how do you know me, […]

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Baraga, MI- The 90th Anniversary Celebration for Baraga State Park is this weekend, August 3rd through August 6th. The festivities begin Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. with Wilderness Hat Making.  You can make your own hat out of household materials to wear on a hike later in the evening. A full list of events for the […]

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