The rapidly evolving media climate has forced newspapers worldwide to think outside of the box to give its readers the news they count on.
Apparel and textile design senior Amber Bembnister has been busy this month. The peer-elected student director of the second annual ATD Fashion Show has been working closely with fellow students and faculty advisers to make sure the production goes off without a hitch.
In 1981, Linda Stevens enrolled in a stained glass class at Lansing Community College, a decision that would change the course of her life. Motivated by a desire to produce Victorian windows, Stevens began to learn the art of glass cutting.
When Peter Ryan was 10 years old, his mother, Jeanne, took him to Capital City Comics and Books.
Bloomfield Hills, Mich., resident Jack Bahm and his son Jackson, 10, play with a marble stone rolling ball fountain Sunday afternoon in the The Frank’s Nursery and Crafts Rose Garden.