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Furry Friends Friday featuring “Spirit”


Spirit is a three month old male kitten with a soft brown and white tabby coat. Spirit was born on July 4th, 2022 and joined Paws of Hope only a few hours later when he was found by a caring person. He was the smallest newborn kitten we’ve ever seen! Spirit’s foster volunteer bottle fed him, kept him warm and cozy in our incubator, and gave him plenty of love and encouragement during the first hard weeks of his life. In spite of all the challenges he faced, Spirit has thrived and is now a happy, feisty, loving boy. Spirit enjoys playing with the older cats in his foster home. He has not yet met a dog, but is young enough to adjust to a home with a cat-friendly dog. Spirit is up-to-date on his vaccinations, tested negative for FeLV-FIV, and faithfully uses his litterbox. Please contact Paws of Hope at information@pawsofhope.org if you’d like to learn more about their sweet boy, Spirit.... [Read Full Story]

The Coast Social Network with the Krasl Art Center – Thursday, October 6, 2022


Tami from the Krasl Art Center talks with Zack about the opening of the new exhibition now on display, “Family Dinner: the Deep Connection of American Lived Experience.” Watch for more details, or, better yet, visit now before mid-November for free with the family. Check out Krasl.org for details on this and more exhibits and events.... [Read Full Story]

The Coast Social Network with Berrien Community Foundation – Wednesday, October 5, 2022


Lisa from Berrien Community Foundation talks about the Alamar Nonprofit Sustainability Grant and welcomes Mary Jo Schnell of the OutCenter of Southwest Michigan, the 2022 recipient of this year’s $75,000 grant. The organization plans to use the funds to hire a Development Coordinator and sustain fundraising for programs for the future. Find out about other grant programs and apply now at berriencommunity.org/grants.... [Read Full Story]

Daily Dish – October 3

Trevor Noah is leaving the Daily Show after 6 years, Chiefs Buccaneers game was played in Tampa last night, Oreo is releasing snickerdoodles, Reese’s peanut butter puffs are coming, Tom Brady’s teammates are sick of his relationship drama, Khloe Kardashian rejected an engagement, Mark Hamill is joining the Ukrainian army as a drone ambassador while calling Putin Darth Vader.... [Read Full Story]

Music News – October 3

Medics worked for 40 minutes trying to resuscitate Coolio last week after his heart attack, Lead singer of One Republic, Ryan Tedder, doesn’t care about having a messy house, Dua Lipa is dating Trevor Noah from Comedy Central, Sinead O’Connor has a documentary coming out soon, and Meghan Trainor has a bright pink vinyl version of her new album... [Read Full Story]

The Coast Social Network with the Women’s Business Center at Cornerstone Alliance – Monday, October 3, 2022


Jessica and Kristen from the Women’s Business Center at Cornerstone Alliance invite you to participate in Tuesday & Wednesday’s #wbcgivingday to support Women’s Business Centers across the country and, of course, right here in Southwest Michigan so entrepreneurs in our community can continue to grow and thrive. To donate and see how the WBC can help you, visit cornerstonewbc.com!... [Read Full Story]

Furry Friends Friday, featuring “Honey”

It’s Furry Friends Friday, sponsored by The Mason Jar Cafe, featuring “Honey” from Van Buren County Animal Control!
Honey is a female Terrier mix, and is approximately two years old. Honey is just as sweet as her name implies. She can be a bit slow, like honey, to warm up to new people. Once she warms up to you, she will steal your heart! Honey has been around children who are ten years old and up, does well with other dogs, and is good with house cats. (She will chase outdoor cats.) Honey walks well on-leash, enjoys snuggling, and likes to give kisses. Honey is also house-trained! Please reach out to Van Buren County Animal Control, Phone 269-621-4624, 58040 Country Road 681, Hartford, MI 49057 to learn more about our little heartbreaker, Honey!