Updating your look? Think tall, soft and textured for your window coverings. Carol Beatty of Quigley Draperies shows you how in this article!
The Greater Muskegon Woman’s Club Honors Women of Accomplishment for the work they do to better our community, and you can attend!
The Fourth Annual White Dinner Event benefitting animal welfare is a "casual white and tan attire affair" Saturday, May 5 at Watermark 920. Find out more! VIDEO!
Checkers Morton jazz, Brad Lancaster magic, Book Sale and more at Hackley Public Library in April. Check out activities for kids, teens and adults! VIDEO!
Thinking of selling your home and moving? These Seven Considerations Before You Resize to a New Home can help you decide. Learn more here!
What do you do, if you find a family member – or anyone – dead? Jodi Clock goes step by step to address this important question in this informative article.
Respite allows an older loved one a short stay at a senior living community while the family takes a break from caregiving demands. Learn more here!
As Americans were fighting WWI, local business leaders determined how they could help at home. Celebrate 100 years of Lakeshore United Way May 10.
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This month, enjoy four planets, the moon, the constellations of spring, and more. Astronomer Jonathan Truax explains. VIDEO!
Buster and his new wife receive a build-it-yourself house as a wedding gift in "One Week" (1920), complete and online here! VIDEO!
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Jazz: Midnight, with art inspired by jazz album cover design, drops readers into the late night music clubs of 1957. From Gary Scott Beatty. Click here for Jazz: Midnight.
Wounds, Gary Scott Beatty’s zombie horror book with a twist, is now on Amazon. Click here for Wounds.
Worlds, the first Gary Scott Beatty retrospective is now on Amazon. This 96 page collection includes early work, unpublished art, in-depth articles, a jazz art gallery and more. Click here for “Worlds.”