Rachel LaForge, center, leads worship at The Gathering every Tuesday with campus pastor, Matt Mallino, far left. Photo credit: Andre Gonzalez

The Gathering

Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m., Grace’s Youth Center in the Horizon Outlet burst out in praise, as a contemporary group of young adults join one another to attend Port Huron’s newest worship community, The Gathering.

Play it again Sam

The World is changing. With the twenty-first century breaking ground in its second decade, many films from the mid twentieth century, a period that is largely regarded as the Golden Age of film, are being lost within the years of history passing by.

Lynch’s Irish Tavern packed to the brim. Photo Credit: Kristopher Reynolds

Guinness on wheels: part deux

In Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of the day that St. Patrick drove all the snakes out of the Emerald Isle. In Port Huron, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in a much different fashion, involving a parade, buses full of drunkards, and enough Guinness to drown even the reddest of Irishmen.

Paris Douglass also known as Little Fire sits down to tell his story

Little Fire

Rap. For some it is the Devil’s music, a perverse pleasure the younger generations listen to. Yet for others, rap inspires hope, and is used as a form of raw expression that can’t be obtained through other forms of music or art.