Downtown Kalamazoo Business (December 2015): The future of living and working in downtown Kalamazoo. Cover Story.
Face Off Theatre (November 2015): A profile of the new live performance group through the city’s Black Arts and Cultural Center.
Kombucha (November 2015): A popular drink being brewed in west Michigan… that isn’t beer? Believe it or not.
Kalamazoo Theater (October 2015): A profile of the many theater troupes in the area.
Taiko Drumming (October 2015): A style of music that mixes martial arts and drum sounds.
Comic Artists (September 2015): Comic book writers and illustrators in Kalamazoo and beyond. Cover Story.
Building Church 2.0 (July 2015): A new style church, Common Ground, opens its doors. Cover Story.
Tuesday Toolmen (July 2015): A profile of the local volunteer senior construction crew.
Crybaby Concerts (July 2015): Music for the youngest listeners.
Expanding Access to Art (May 2015): Kalamazoo’s signature event, the Art Hop. “Borrowed” by the Kalamazoo Gazette and used as a press release.
Building a Big Family (May 2015): Big Brothers Big Sisters, and their expansion plans for the next year.
Stulberg’s String of Success (April 2015): The Stulberg Competition, known in classical music circles and known much better now thanks to this article. This led to a position as communications with the Stulberg.
Fretboard Festival (March 2015): Another music fest, this one for guitar, violin and all string instruments.
Family Center for the Arts (February 2015): A profile of a little-known but very exciting youth theater company.