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Andrew Clock, forced from his position as director of the Ypsi Heritage Festival, speaks out

Yesterday evening, Andrew Clock, the director of the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival, announced on Facebook that he’d been asked by his board to step down from the position which he’d held since January, 2012. As his tenure at the festival started with an interview on this site, I thought it only fitting that we’d speak again […]

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The new Director of Ypsilanti’s Heritage Festival, Andrew Clock, on the future of the event

As I believe most of you know, word went out a few months ago that the group of individuals behind Ypsilanti’s annual Heritage Festival were looking, after several years, to hand the reins off to a new generation of leaders. There were a few open meetings, that interested individuals were encouraged to attend, and, ultimately, […]

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More Shadow Art Fair interviews

For those of you who enjoyed the interviews that I conducted and posted during Saturday’s Shadow Art Fair with folks like Pete Larson, Andy Claydon, Alexandra Dietz, and Patti Smith, I’ve got a few more that I’d like to share. The following interviews, with Andrew Jason Clock, Stef Chura and a young woman named Amanda, […]

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Is building a new Washtenaw County Rec Center on Water Street a good thing for Ypsi?

As you know, there’s been some talk of building a new Washtenaw County recreation complex in downtown Ypsi, on the seemingly cursed parcel of land commonly referred to as Water Street. I wasn’t going to post anything about it, as I don’t really have an opinion one way or the other, but, seeing as how […]

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There’s a way out of Ypsi… for those deemed worthy

I’ve been asked not to divulge the location, but a portal has been found in Ypsilanti. To my knowledge, no one has yet attempted to pass through it. Someone, however, did vandalize it. The accompanying plaque (pictured below), which was affixed to a concrete post about 100 yards west of the portal, appears to have […]

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