October, 2019

WATER RISING

Visiting artists hope to stimulate environmental stewardship By Joseph Zyble In October the City of Marquette will present Water Rising, an artistic collaboration that will feature a month-long exhibit and several events that will invite participants to consider their own connection with the natural environment. Water Rising is a project by the husband and wife […]

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STRANGER THINGS

Creature conference enjoyed record attendance By Ann Dallman The Mothman, Bigfoot, Thunderbirds and water monsters all landed at the Pullman House in Menominee in early June. Truthfully, stories of these encounters “landed” as tales of these often frightening encounters were shared by noted authors and experts of the paranormal. Menominee might seem an unlikely location […]

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COMPREHENSIVE CRITIC

Knowledge, much work goes into film reviews By Bryon Ennis As a regular reader of the Marquette Monthly, I look forward to the analysis of recent movies by Leonard Heldreth. I have been aware that Leonard contributed this column to the MM for many years, but it was not until I began discussing a tribute […]

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CITY NOTES – October 2019

Letters to the editor Make climate change history We are at a very important point in time. I argue that this moment will go down in history as the most significant period in human civilization. It will be known as the time that we came to terms with the damage caused by carbon pollution and […]

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