Schuler Books

Food Swap builds connections over food

by (wendypchef)

Submitted 09-08-2015 under VOICES

Earlier this year I went to a food blog conference in Chicago called "Eat, Write, Retreat." As part of the conference we participated in a food swap and learned tips for hosting one in our own community.  This experience reminded...

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Voting for Write Michigan short stories contest almost over

by (deeMiner_b)

Submitted 01-28-2015 under LOCAL LIFE

Online voting by the public for Write Michigan short story entries continues through January 31. The contest is in its third year, and includes not only a public vote but a judge's vote as well. The judges will be voting on seven...

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Schuler Books to host author discussion with The Minimalists

by (Amanda Lytle)

Submitted 07-03-2014 under OPINION

Ever feel overwhelmed by the stuff you have?  If you are anything like me, then you have a pile of clothes sitting next to the laundy machine waiting to be washed. There is a layer of dust on my kickbacks that should be cleaned before friends...

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U of M Physics professor speaks at astronomy association meeting

by (magical)

Submitted 05-22-2013 under NEWS

Universtiy of Michigan physics professor Fred Adams was the guest speaker for the Grand Rapids Amateur Astronomical Association's (GRAAA) meeting on May 16, 2013. The GRAAA met at Schuler Books on 28th St. The presentation lasted for about 45...

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Month of the Author: Schuler Books collaborates with Write Michigan contest

by (PFeutz)

Submitted 11-13-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

The end. When does an author actually feel like writing those words? When the final period is punched onto the final draft? Or when the book is brought to print and in the hands of hungry readers? This month writers in any stage of their story will...

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Jasperse Gardens returns to Fulton Street Farmers Market

by (cjlautenbach)

Submitted 03-29-2012 under VOICES

“Pop the flower head off the stem with your thumb. Hold the wire in your right hand and the flower in your left hand. Push the wire through from bottom of the flower, just a little off-center and about two inches above the flower head. Make a...

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