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Bi-Centennial Banners

You will be seeing some new banners posted around town soon, marking Monroe’s Bicentennial celebration. Many thanks to Norma Whitman for designing them and having them created. 9 more words


Ugly Object of the Month – February

BY SUZANNE DAVIS, Curator of Conservation

Last month’s ugly object skated perilously close to downright attractiveness, so you will be delighted to see us getting back to our roots in February, with a truly hideous creature. 259 more words

Ugly Object

Schubert Symphony no. 6 in C, D. 589

performed by The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields under the late Sir Neville Marriner, or in a superb recording with the Vienna Philharmonic under István Kertész… 991 more words


One Family. 78 Years of Michigan History.

The University of Michigan, in its two-hundred years of operation, has been called home by a countless number of students, faculty and staff. With over 500,000 living alumni, every individual that has walked across the Diag, careful to avoid the block “M”, has a unique story of their time in Ann Arbor and how their experience shaped the person they are today. 2,231 more words


Going beyond 1819: How well do Singaporeans know the history of Singapore?

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Ahead of next year’s bicentennial celebrations that commemorate the 200th anniversary since Raffles founded Singapore, Channel NewsAsia hit the streets to quiz 25 Singaporeans about their knowledge of Singapore history. 1,039 more words

Current Affairs

Bicentennial Tour

The first project we worked on this year, the Mississippi Bicentennial Celebration, was quite honestly, a bit challenging. Developing an entire story around the complete history of Mississippi itself was not an easy task. 175 more words


A Reflection on the first (half) year of Theatre

When facing uncomfortable situations, people will react in one of two ways: flight or fight.  This year, Power APAC has decided to fight.  The 2017-2018 schol year has been my very first in the Power APAC Theatre Arts Department, and it has been nothing short of astounding.  128 more words