Local Printmaker shares “popular wisdoms” of Mexican Folklore

Si comes pescado antes de dormir, tendras pesadillas. (Don’t eat fish before bed or you’ll have nightmares). Ramiro Rodriguez grew up hearing superstitions like this from his relatives that he never forgot. As an artist, Rodriguez felt a connection to the stories of his family which led him to explore the “popular wisdoms” of Mexican-American culture through illustrations. Ramiro Rodriguez’s Sabidurias Populares is a […]

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17 Minutes for 17 Victims

On March 17th, 2018, high school students across the nation walked out of school in protest of gun violence on the one-month anniversary of the Parkland, Florida school shooting. At 10:00 am, a group of Elkhart Central High School students chose to stand up with their generation for the #NationalWalkoutDay by remembering the lives of 17 […]

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Hamilton: A Story Worth Telling

How does Alexander Hamilton, a Founding Father in U.S. History become the inspiration for a hip-hop musical on Broadway? The face of the ten-dollar bill, somewhat forgotten, reappears with fresh words as the narrative of an orphaned immigrant who overcame adversity and joined a revolution to build a new nation. Lin-Manuel Miranda recognized the attributes […]

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Our Loyal Companion

As I slowly turn the key and press forward, a friendly face peeks through the crack in the door. She doesn’t run through but simply backs up so that I can step inside and say hello. I pick up the bundle of fur and prop her over my shoulder so she can sniff my nose […]

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The Keeper of Memories

Photographers capture moments in time that they see as beautiful, special, and important. They are saving a piece of personal history to remember in the future. Whether it is an event, vacation, a brief expression, or the way the light blankets the snow,  each photo has been documented with the value of safekeeping. These moments […]

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Jager Boardgamers

Over the past couple years we have developed a healthy obsession with playing board games. I loved playing games like Monopoly, Clue, Battleship, and Life with my family growing up. As adults, Derek and I came to realize just how much larger the Board Game scene truly is outside of the mainstream retail stores. Part […]

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U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2017

In the heart of Detroit, Michigan on a “Sunday, Bloody, Sunday” of Labor Day Weekend, we witnessed music legends pour their souls into songs over 30 years old energizing a stadium of fans hanging onto every note. We experienced an enlightened transformation into U2 fandom after attending this fantastic concert. Prior to selecting concert-day tickets on […]

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