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Clarinetist Franklin Cohen Joins Aeolus Quartet to Perform at Oakland University

Oakland University to Welcome Aeolus Quartet and Clarinetist Franklin Cohen for January 20 Concert The award-winning Aeolus Quartet will be joined by revered clarinetist Franklin Cohen, former principal of the Cleveland Orchestra, for a concert at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 20 at Varner Recital Hall on the campus of Oakland University … [Read More...]

Fire & Ice Festival Goes on With or Without Snow

The Fire & Ice Festival in Rochester is on for January 18-20, no matter what the weather, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced today during a news conference. The Fire & Ice Committee, Oakland County Parks & Recreation, City of Rochester, and Downtown Rochester will bring in a zip line and other warmer weather … [Read More...]

Rosie the Riveter and the Rosies at the Rochester Hills Public Library

The Rochester Hills Public Library (RHPL) welcomes Donnaleen Lanktree of the American Rosie the Riveter Association on Thursday, January 17 to tell the stories of several influential “Rosies” she has met throughout the years. An icon of WWII, Rosie the Riveter represents the women who worked in factories and shipyards during the war. Today, she … [Read More...]

Family Friendly Reptile Fun

Rochester Hills Hosts Reptile Roundup Families will have an opportunity to be face to face with some of our reptilian friends at the city's newest event, Reptile Roundup. This hands-on program is scheduled for January 19 from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm. Jeff Peck, Owner of Suburban Jungle Rescue … [Read More...]

Freezing Mad Science in Oakland Township

Oakland Township Invites Children Ages 3-5 Years Old to Come Out and Experiment with Ice Freezing Mad Science for 3-5 Years Old With winter breathing its frigid air across the ponds and streams, Oakland Township Parks and Recreation has noticed them turning solid. They are not one to ignore nature’s cues so they will be holding a program for … [Read More...]

Dear Crabby, Is it Inconsiderate to Take Your Groceries to the Coffee Line at the Grocery Store?

Dear Crabby, I was out at a grocery store at lunch the other day, to get some lunch stuff for the rest of the week. I decided I should get myself a coffee as a treat. I ordered my coffee and was rung up for the coffee and about 6 frozen lunch meals, and paid. After I was done, and I was standing by waiting for my coffee, the man behind me was … [Read More...]

Clinton River Trail Celebrates 15th Anniversary

The scenic Clinton River Trail, spanning 16 miles through the five communities of Rochester, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills, Pontiac and Sylvan Lake in Oakland County, will celebrate its 15th anniversary in 2019 with a year-long calendar of programs and events for all ages. Volunteers with Friends of the Clinton River Trail (FCRT) are … [Read More...]

No Bears, Do You Know the Real Animals of Oakland University?

Students Conduct Mammal Survey of Oakland University's Biological Preserve Oakland University (OU) Students in BIO 4350/5386 Topics in Behavioral Biology course spent last semester surveying the mammals of Oakland University’s biological preserve. “To my knowledge, no one had previously done a thorough mammal survey of the preserve,” … [Read More...]

Rochester High Teacher Fired After Allegations of Sexual Misconduct with Students

Rochester Community Schools (RCS) has fired a Rochester High School teacher after an investigation into alleged sexual relations took place with two boys, age 16 and 17. The female teacher, reported to be 26 years of age, is accused of having sexual relations with the two students in off-campus incidents. One took place in an apartment and the … [Read More...]

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