Playwright K. Frithjof Peterson finds freedom (and success) on the stage.
Revisiting Crazy Heart and An Education, available on DVD
Brett Mitchell and the giant GHOST don't need sequins to be great.
Peter Karoly was born the week Tony Bennett's “Rags to Riches” topped the Billboard charts. A graduate of Handy H.S., Central Michigan University, and Marygrove College, he is overeducated and underdegreed. A Bay City schools teacher for 21 years, he is a former newspaperman who has collected over 5,000 albums. He believes, “More is better but vinyl is best.”
In downtown Saginaw, the Savoy serves up community and comfort food six days a week.
Peter Karoly reviews the latest albums by Orpheum Bell and Musique Noire.
To the uninitiated, poetry can look a lot like magic, a quasi-mystical product of pure inspiration. Let's look again.