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From Square One Education Network

From Square One Education Network

Square One Education Network’s Karl Klimek Earns Rare George G. Mallinson Award from Michigan Science Teachers Association; Takes New Role with STEM Nonprofit Karl Klimek, long-time executive director of the Square One Education Network, will be awarded the George G. Mallinson Award by the Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA) at the MSTA Awards Program and […]

Crossroads’ Golf “Fore” Life

Crossroads’ Golf “Fore” Life

Golf “Fore” Life Outing Monday, May 22, 2017 Oakland University’s R&S Sharf Golf Course 8:00 a.m. – Registration/Driving Range 9:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start 2:00/2:30 p.m. – Awards Luncheon Oakland University Golf & Learning Center – Directions: https://oakland.edu/golf/top-links/directions/ Golfers, mark your calendar for Monday, May 22nd, for Crossroads’ annual Golf “Fore” Life outing. It’s your […]

Calendar Girls comes to St. Dunstan’s Theatre in Bloomfield Hills, March 17-April 1

Calendar Girls comes to St. Dunstan’s Theatre in Bloomfield Hills, March 17-April 1

See all of the Calendar Girls AT ST. DUNSTAN’S GUILD OF CRANBROOK The senior women of Knapeley Village, England bring new meaning to Girls’ Night Out when they decide to pose nude for a calendar to raise money for a new settee for the local hospital waiting room. Anarchy ensues when the “Calendar Girls” defy […]

Dreams Come True at Dutton Farm

Dreams Come True at Dutton Farm

This is amazing!!! This picture shows that everyday heroes are among us. We met one today in the form of a waste management driver. Our friend and fellow farmer, Nick, has been waiting since he started with us, over two long months ago, to catch the garbage truck on a day when he is here. […]

Black History Month – Video Tour – Great Time to really visit the Wright Museum

Black History Month – Video Tour – Great Time to really visit the Wright Museum

Inspiring Minds: African Americans in Science and Technology is a comprehensive, high-tech and permanent exhibition highlighting trailblazers, contemporaries and careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. African Americans have contributed to the scientific and engineering output of the United States since the 17th century, and this history is brought to life through […]

“A Pitch in Time” by Robert A. Lytle

“A Pitch in Time” by Robert A. Lytle

written by local author Robert A. Lytle 316 pages by Edco Publishing Ben Franklin Award 2003 U.S. & Michigan history, Civil War, Baseball, Time-travel Fourteen-year-old Mac Dugan and his family have moved to Michigan from Atlanta, Georgia, disrupting Mac’s perfect world. His Southern accent makes him the butt of every classmate’s jokes. If he can […]

Winter Water Safety Tips

Winter Water Safety Tips

By Chris McCuiston, CEO & Co-Founder, Goldfish Swim School As the cool weather arrives this fall and winter season, water safety may not be the first thing that comes to mind for many parents. The reality is, freezing temperatures pose a great deal of safety risks for young children. These five tips from Goldfish Swim […]

Detroit-based and Filmed Comedy, THE PICKLE RECIPE, Showing at The Maple Theater!

Detroit-based and Filmed Comedy, THE PICKLE RECIPE, Showing at The Maple Theater!

Don’t miss your opportunity to see the Detroit-based and filmed comedy, THE PICKLE RECIPE at The Maple Theater! The Maple Theater Show times: Wednesday, November 16 – 11:00 AM, 1:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 7:00 PM Thursday, November 17 – 11:00 AM, 1:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 7:00 PM Friday, November 18 – 10:30 AM, 1:00 PM, […]

Mr. Blair’s Labyrinth by Robert A. Lytle

Mr. Blair’s Labyrinth by Robert A. Lytle

Rochester’s local pharmacist, story teller and author, Robert Lytle, has been a hit among the area’s schools. The following is a synopsis of his latest book, “Mr. Blair’s Labyrinth.” In this adventure into the the present, past and future, two teenage brothers visit Grampa at his newly purchased, historical home. Grampa is recreating a labyrinth in […]

Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Launches Coat Drive

Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Launches Coat Drive

How long could you last outside in this Michigan weather without a coat? Imagine going the entire winter without one. It’s shivering just thinking about it but it’s a cold reality for many Michigan adults and children. Oakland County Sheriff’s Office to the rescue! They’re sponsoring their annual (30th year and counting!) “Coats for the […]

The Never-Ending Adoption Story of Violinist Ann Ourada Strubler

The Never-Ending Adoption Story of Violinist Ann Ourada Strubler

  Story premieres November 20 with Musicians of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Youth Orchestra, and Detroit Public Television during National Adoption Month. It’s starting to have the makings of a never-ending mini- series. Thirty years ago, then DSO violinist, Ann Ourada Strubler, met her birthmother Suzanne Fisch of San Diego and discovered her […]

METRO DETROIT DINING

METRO DETROIT DINING

While dining in metro Detroit, you can sample Middle Eastern, Greek, Mexican, Italian and Polish cuisines right alongside culinary creations from renowned master chefs such as Wolfgang Puck and Michael Symon. In between, you can also grab some unforgettable barbeque, maybe a little soul food, and wash it down with a great selection of Michigan-crafted […]

Come ‘Dance!’ with the newest exhibit at the DIA

Come ‘Dance!’ with the newest exhibit at the DIA

The most daring idea behind “Dance! American Art 1830-1960,” which opens Sunday at the Detroit Institute of Arts, was pairing great art with life-sized videos of dancers in action. You might think this a recipe for distraction, but you’d be wrong. The seven videos that annotate “Dance!” are deeply absorbing, fun to watch, and offer […]

Map to College: 35 people paving the way in Detroit

Map to College: 35 people paving the way in Detroit

Ernst & Young LLP’s College MAP program at Frank Cody High School in Detroit began this year, with EY mentors showing more excitement and commitment than ever before. Thirty-five EY employees from the Detroit office are supporting 10 juniors and 16 seniors in their journey to post-secondary education. EY collaborates with the non-profit College for […]

Local Singer Songwriter’s Page Gets Widespread Attention

Local Singer Songwriter’s Page Gets Widespread Attention

After meeting Sarah, one would think right away quiet, humble and friendly. And yet, from around the world, hundreds of comments are now pouring onto Sarah Dalton’s page. Why? What makes this Rochester MI born girl stand out? There is actually A lot on and off stage. As a singer, she has a naturally lower […]

Give Thanks Bakery creating a bit of Europe in Downtown Rochester

Give Thanks Bakery creating a bit of Europe in Downtown Rochester

Come and enjoy the ambiance of a European Patisserie, here in the heart of downtown Rochester! For over 16 years, Give Thanks Bakery has created pastries and Artisan Breads the Old World way, with real butter & cream, etc., Belgian chocolate, and all natural starters in their crusty breads. Link To Websitewww.givethanksbakery.com

J.D. blasts three HRs as Tigers rout Yanks

J.D. blasts three HRs as Tigers rout Yanks

J.D. Martinez homered three times and Victor Martinez homered once as the Tigers turned the tables on the Yankees during a 12-4 victory on Sunday at Yankee Stadium. Powered by WPeMatico

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