Kalamazoo has some outstanding St. Patrick's Day traditions like the parade down Burdick Street to the Knights of Columbus Hall and the fun in the pubs around town like O'Duffy's. But there's a particular St. Patrick's Day tradition not found in Kalamazoo - dyeing our river green.
Cities around America maintain sirens to warn of weather emergencies, alert firefighters, and in a different age warn against nuclear attacks. This siren in Battle Creek makes an incredibly ominous sound.
QDoba fans in Battle Creek are used to taking the drive to their closest fix for Mexican Eats along Gull Road in Kalamazoo. That's set to change when QDoba opens its first in Battle Creek later this year.
There are some things that just won't go together no matter what - oil and water, Kalamazoo and Mount Pleasant. But this video tour of the home of Central Michigan University might just change some WMU minds.
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