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13th Annual MI Earth Day Fest Returns to Rochester

13th Annual MI Earth Day Fest Returns to Rochester

MI Earth Day Fest Returns to Rochester Municipal Park 13th annual event will bring thousands together to make every day earth day Rochester, MI – MI Earth Day Fest returns the weekend of April 20-22 to its most popular location, the beautiful Rochester Municipal Park/City Center area, on the banks of Paint Creek. The 13th […]

(PBA) Principles Perceive, Believe, Achieve

(PBA) Principles Perceive, Believe, Achieve

By William Helton PERCEIVE: Grasp Mentally Our perception guides us into directions, subconsciously, without any resistance. Our environment can dictate what we do or say, if we allow it. Living substandard does not mean you have to live substandard. It’s how we accept substandard living. As toddlers, we are not conditioned to what elders think. […]

Happy Healthy Gut

Happy Healthy Gut

By Chef Deborah Lieder Once upon a time, in the land of food, it was common practice to preserve the bounty, whether dairy, vegetables or meats. What is now known as fermentation, is a practice that is being removed from our daily lives and commercialized, like most old world practices. And hence, the benefits seem […]

A Message of Hope in The Age of Surprise

A Message of Hope in The Age of Surprise

By Mystic Deirdre Hade Finding hope during times of stress has hit home for me. The Thomas Fire, the largest in California history, burned its way across the Los Padres Mountains to my front door. We miraculously survived. My husband and I surveyed a charred landscape,; grateful no one was harmed. We had about a […]

Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday, March 11 at 2:00a.m.

Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday, March 11 at 2:00a.m.

How it began… Daylight Saving Time was a whimsical invention of Benjamin Franklin in 1784, who at the age of 78, was finishing his tenure as an American delegate in Paris. Upon hearing a loud noise at six o’clock in the morning, he awoke unexpectedly, surprised to see his room filled with light. At first […]

Food Drive Fast

The Youth of Unity (Y.O.U.) are collecting food and funds for the poor and homeless. Collection boxes for non-perishable items will be at Unity of Livonia, 28660 Middlebelt, Livonia 48154, from Sunday, March 18th until noon, Sunday, April 14th. Drop-off times are 10am – 5 pm Mondays & Tuesdays; 10am – 8 pm Wednesdays; 9:30 […]

All Things Three: Be Who You’re Meant to Be

All Things Three: Be Who You’re Meant to Be

By Dottie Fuller March always feels fiery to me. It’s exciting. It allows my restless winter energy to find an outlet. We talk about spring renewal and doing spring cleaning. Hatchlings are hatched and seedlings become their flower. This is the time of year to ask ourselves, What are we ready to show the world? […]