Rockford’s “Be Nice” bench showcased at RiverTown Crossings

RiverTown Crossings and the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan are presenting “nice bench”, a juried public are event featuring a showcase of benches painted and embellished by local student groups, including Rockford High School students. These colorful and imaginative benches will be displayed throughout the common area of the mall until May 1st. On […]

Rhythm Dance brings home competition hardware

Rhythm Dance Center (RDC), located in Belmont Michigan, recently competed in the Showstopper Dance Competition in Battle Creek, MI and came away with several awards and trophies for group as well as solo performances. Studio owner and artistic director, Jen Hanes, reports that in terms of adjudication as well as placement, her dancers performed above […]

Sherlock Holmes and the Last Great Gumshoe

By John Hogan It’s been 126 years since Sherlock Holmes made his debut in the fictional writing of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but the British detective’s use of forensic science and myriad disguises continues to captivate audiences worldwide. He’s been featured in four novels, 56 short stories and numerous movies, including a 2009 Hollywood release […]

Rockford High School hosts Spring Swing

The Rockford High School Jazz Band and Rockford High School’s Drama club invite you to join them for an evening of jazz music and swing dancing as they host their first annual SPRING SWING. The event will be held on Friday, April 26, from 7-9 p.m. in the Rockford Fine Arts Auditorium. Tickets will be […]

‘Class’ learns about Titanic Exhibit at Community College

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New program has exciting 2013 schedule By BETH ALTENA No artifacts have been removed from the actual ship, which is considered at tomb. Many of the dead included the staff aboard the Titanic, who worked to save passenger lives during the sinking. The cork lifejackets on board, which many people wore as they left the […]