Front Page, week of August 6
As we get into the final month of summer (sorry September), it’s time to pack in all the activities you can before school starts and the weather starts cooling off again!
Fortunately, there’s always something going on, and Miriam Pickens’ Art’s Corner and the Community Calendar are here to help you find your summer bliss.
Art's Corner by Miriam Pickens
Miriam highlights three different weekend events happening this month, all featuring art and music, and one already underway!
Also, don’t forget to check the Weekly Calendar for information about weekly concert series like Performances in the Park and Canal Rock!
Send your event information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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The Associated Press
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Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Republican opponent has been selected, and it will be the first time two women vie for the governor’s seat. Independent swing voters decide statewide races in Michigan, so we’ll see which of the candidates can keep from playing too hard to their party base.