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Frankenstein200 at the Michigan Science Center 1/20/18

Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein is a modern myth: a 200-year-old science fiction story with amazing resonance in our technological age. Frankenstein200 is designed to foster interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), develop 21st century skills with digital tools, and increase understanding, ability, and feelings of efficacy around science-in-society issues. On Jan. 20, visit […]

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Michigan Opera Theatre is Looking for Extras Production of CARMEN 9/27-Detroit

Roles available for women, men, children!WOMEN Orange SellerWoman; small, middle aged, grecian, peasant like, able to push a cart off stage. WifeVery pretty, middle aged woman. Has a bit part with her husband & her lover.Young Woman, Manuelita, Mistress, Woman on Stretcher(1 super with multiple parts)Small, pretty, relatively young. She is in a few more […]

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Michigan Peach Festival 9/1-9/5-Romeo

Looking for a fun Labor Day event to attend with your family?  Check out the Michigan Peach Festival in Romeo.  It starts today and runs through September 5th! Enjoy races, family events, music, parades, food, and more! Enjoy yummy peach goodies along with beautiful scenery. Hours: Thu 4 p.m.-10 p.m., Fri 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat […]

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A Letter to Parents From Michigan Senator Phil Pavlov

The past few days have been trying for many Michigan homeschoolers regarding the recent homeschool proposal by Rep Stephanie Chang.  You can read up on full details here. Here is a recent letter by Michigan Senator Phil Pavlov (Senator for the 25th District). “As the Chairman of the Senate Education Committee I wanted to write you today to assure you […]