He may not be a famous composer, but somehow the name Mozart fits this loveable and incredibly fluffy long hair Siamese.
Fighting birth defects and premature birth since 1957, the March of Dimes organization held the 58th annual Jail & Bail at the Port Huron Masonic Temple this Saturday to raise money for the cause.
Michigan Department of Civil Rights celebrates 50 years. In 1964, Michigan was the first state to add civil rights to the state constitution. Deputy Director for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, Leslee Fritz job is to help fight against discrimination and the laws that enforce them. Her department sees an average of 125 cases a year regarding same.
An audience made up mostly of parents of high school students slowly flooded SC4’s Fine Arts Theatre Jan. 7 for information regarding financial aid.
The second coming of the Blue Water Music Awards Erick Fredendall Editor-in-Chief Last year Port Huron hosted the first Blue Water Music Awards (BWMA) in an evening filled with music, tuxedos, and a drunken clown. Now BWMA is back, and takes place Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion Post…
SC4’s 3D Design class is taking their art to the street. Or rather, a hill.
Myrna Pronchuk’s class is building sculptures out of cardboard that can be used as toboggans.
Blood curdling screams pierce through the speakers and kick off an epic, 5-song EP entitled Lessons Learned, by Richmond, MI metalcore group – Empire.
Formerly known as All Sounds Off, Empire crashed into the scene 2013 and may be recognizable by the Port Huron area, as they were featured on 91.3 WSGR.
Romance is in the air… and it’s suffocating.
Valentine’s Day is a day of celebrating romance, or pragmatically, the celebration of a Christian saint named Valentinus. Either way, it’s stupid.
How many colleges and/or universities can say that their president knows how to rock n’ roll?
For the third semester in a row, SC4 president, Dr. Kevin Pollock, played guitar and sang a slew of songs on Feb. 6 at Lynch’s Irish Tavern in downtown Port Huron.
Good books can be found in the strangest of places, like in a $4 bargain bin at your local Kroger.
How could you go wrong?
“City of Dark Magic” by Magnus Flyte is a fairy-tale rom-com with a great concept that fell short through the narrative.