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Art with Attitude

Nov 30, 2017

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By Laura Dwyer Schlecte & Jacqueline Austin, Think Jackson, LLC We have all heard and realize the importance of shopping local.  You hear it all of the time … “buying local boosts the local economy” … &ldquo

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A Day-Long New Years Eve Celebration in Downtown Jackson

Nov 29, 2017

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New Year's Eve is on a Sunday this year, which provides a wonderful opportunity to explore Downtown Jackson before ringing in the new year at Eve on the Ave. So why not spend the final hours of 2017 exploring this

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Jackson “A Golf Town”….even in the winter.

Nov 28, 2017

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I’ve always said that Jackson is a “Golf Town”, and this past weekend surely supported my claim.  The Grande has regularly hosted a “Black Friday” golf scramble the day after Thanksgiving.  This

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Ice Fishing

Nov 28, 2017

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The winter season is upon us, which means exciting new ways to explore Michigan’s great outdoors! Ice fishing is a tried and true hobby for so many Michiganders and thousands of others who make their way to Jackson,

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Who is Mallory Tabb?

Nov 28, 2017

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Who is Mallory Tabb? Mallory Tabb is a violinist and has performed and taught extensively throughout the United States. She performs regularly as a tenured violinist with several orchestras in southern Michigan and has appeared as guest concertmaster of the

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What does a maestro do?

Nov 14, 2017

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Maestro, conductor. What’s the difference? There is no difference. Ultimately, each language has a different term. Italian (maestro), English (conductor), French (chef d’orchestre) and German (dirigent). Each term refers to the ability to lead.   What

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The 20s Roar Into Jackson

Nov 01, 2017

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The 1920s were a pivitoal decade for the United States. In the 1920s Jackson was the eighth largest city in Michigan (compared to the current status as 33rd largest). Check out this Walking Tour of 1920's Architecture in Downtown Jackson!

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