MICHIGAN NEWS AGENCY
308 W. Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Open Every Day at 7:00am
Join us at the Michigan News Friday, December 6th
for an Art Hop Extraordinaire
||The News will proudly host Suzanne B. Siegel and exhibit her astonishing paintings. Twelve of these are included in the "2014 Luminous Region Calendar." Come talk to this celebrated West Michigan artist. Her acrylic paintings and fascinating prints will be here for you. In full color, the calendar opens out to 11x17 inches. The News has this beautiful calendar for you, and Suzanne has offered to sign your copy during the evening. |
We will be serving tasty treats and wines for your enjoyment.
Join the fun. Choose a cool adventure for yourself and help build the Kalamazoo community. Take a look at your great book choices for World Book Night happening all over the United States
on April 23rd, 2014.
Click Here for Book Giver Instructions & Application
Pick up your 20 free copies of a favorite book while partying
at the Michigan News.
Give them out on April 23rd to those who would love
a new book but have not had the opportunity to get one yet.
Go For It!
Calendars are in the News Now!
Please read --
The Michigan News stands with you and shares your love of books.
Thank you Kalamazoo for your support of the Michigan News,
your downtown independent bookstore.
Armies of the Night
The Best and the Brightest
The Color Purple
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Their Eyes Were Watching God
A Wrinkle in Time
The Year of Magical Thinking
and 16 other wonderful books.
New York Times, Sunday, April 21, 2013
Your choice -
downtown independent bookstore
The mission of the Michigan News is to bring the world to Kalamazoo. We have been doing that 365 days a year since 1947. The world has changed drastically during these 66 years -- the popularity of e-readers is one of my many challenges. As the owner of a brick and mortar bookstore, my job is to educate my diverse populations on the value of coming into my store and becoming a part of an enlightened community. What e-books, digital magazines, and newspapers-on-line do for us is force us to face the hard truth that we are losing more and more of our cultural heritage.
Therefore, thanks to e-books, I am doing an even better job of connecting with the customers that come in the News' door. I am not interested in being a part of the e-phenomenon. I am one of those who still loves the printed copy to mark up, to rip out and paste on my mirror or attach to my refrigerator, or to carry in my pocket and share with a friend.
Treasure this treasure --
See you at the News!
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