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Memorial Day is fraught with important meaning but also crammed with fun in St. Joe; at the Acorn in Three Oaks and a couple of party art openings at IUN and Red Arrow galleries.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
A much-heralded, mega-Picasso show with 250 works of art opened yesterday at AIC and the lines form; Packer Schopf shows a trio of locals and an off-season success at Red Arrow Gallery.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Producer/Director John Hancock creates his own Harbor Country Oscar Buzz this weekend; @properties opens on Whittaker and I'm keeping faith in Stray Dog's resurrection.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Fail-Safe Harbor Country Art Attack Weekend 2012 with new work at Three Oaks' Blue Gallery; Red Arrow in Harbert; Fritz Olsen in Sawyer and Craig Smith Gallery in Union Pier.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
Two legendary and inspiring patrons of the arts --- Former Chicago First Lady Maggie Daley and Grand Rapids' Frederik Meijer --- passed away last week and while we mourn them, we also celebrate the rich legacies they left behind. They were visionaries and pragmatists who made big dreams come true.
Welcome to our special Thanksgiving Day edition enewser in which all you have to do today is eat well, make plans to shop, (possibly) cook, (maybe) drive somewhere and have fun! Shore Motoring Columnist Jim Jackson's idea of fun is driving Mr. Santa Claus in a red 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee in…
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