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One minute movies get bumped up

Claire Holloway proved that one great movie can change you, even if it’s only 60 seconds. A University of Michigan film student, Holloway is volunteering as a Traverse City Film Festival intern with the film prep crew. Her short film,…Read Story

  • Bridge Street closure popular among revelers

    CHARLEVOIX—Instead of traffic congestion, there was pedestrian congestion. And it seems most people think that was a great change. Venetian Festival revelers on Saturday, July 26, meandered down the c View

    Brought to you by: www.petoskeynews.com on Aug 01 at 07:57
  • In Film Fest coverage: Walk of Fame step closer

    Filmmaker Michael Moore's long-time dream for a Hollywood-style "Walk of Fame" in Traverse City is a step closer to becoming reality. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 17:57
  • Postponing college to travel the world

    Olympia Sanchez was set on attending a four-year college after she completed high school, but the recent Traverse City West Senior High School graduate is putting her plans aside in hopes of traveling the globe. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 17:40
  • UPDATE: Suspect Stapleton takes stand

    An Elberta woman who's accused of trying to kill her autistic daughter sat alone on the witness stand during a hearing about what could be crucial evidence in her upcoming trial on an attempted murder charge. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 17:20
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  • Benzie Bus seeks public input

    Benzie Bus officials are inviting riders and non-riders alike to share their feedback on public transportation. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 17:20
  • Film Festival: A foreign word

    Movie producer and distributor Ira Deutchman started the discussion panel titled, "Foreign Thursday: Not in America," with a caveat. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 17:17
  • UPDATE: Elberta mother claims to not remember talking to authorities

    An Elberta mother said she doesn't remember talking to authorities after an alleged attempt to kill her autistic daughter. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 16:38
  • Stapleton testifies in hearing

    BEULAH — Kelli Stapleton took the stand today in a court hearing over whether statements she made after an alleged attempt to kill her autistic daughter could be used as evidence in her upcoming trial. Stapleton, 46, of Elberta, faces… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 15:48
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  • Authorities: video shows man perjured himself

    TRAVERSE CITY — A Traverse City man faces felony perjury charges after authorities said he lied in court about drinking alcohol while on bond for a third-offense drunken driving charge. Video from an upscale downtown bar showed Timothy Paul Simonelli View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 12:48
  • Walking with the stars

    TRAVERSE CITY — Actress Susan Sarandon’s slender handprints — and comedian Patton Oswalt’s pudgier ones — are just a step away from becoming part of a Traverse City Film Festival “Walk of Fame” along a section of East Front Street… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 10:52
  • Popcorn triggers Opera House evacuation

    TRAVERSE CITY — Hundreds of movie-goers who were settling into their seats at the City Opera House got a last-minute adrenaline rush when fire alarms inside the historic theater erupted into a chorus of chirping and squealing. Overheated popcorn may View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 09:42
  • Stringing together tunes

    TRAVERSE CITY — Fiddler Diana Ladio says The Moxie Strings have “come a long way” in the short time since the popular Michigan string band released its last album in 2012. The classically-trained trio of Ladio, cellist Alison Lynn and… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 31 at 08:24
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  • UPDATE: Mikko resigns as president of soccer referee assocation

    A youth soccer referee who lost a job and a law license because he possessed nude images of teenage girls resigned as president of the Grand Traverse Area Soccer Officials Association, but whether Dennis Mikko will continue to referee soccer… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 18:05
  • Clearing the Record: 07/31/2014

    Because of incorrect information provided to the Record-Eagle, an article on the Aug. 10 Traverse City Antique Postcard & Rare Paper Show should have stated that there will be 10 dealers at 40 tables. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 17:56
  • Two candidates hope experience offers edge in House race

    Two candidates for the 104th state House seat already served Grand Traverse County as county commissioners. Now Republicans Robert Hentshel and Larry Inman are both vying to represent the county in Lansing. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 16:26
  • New candidate hopes young voters weigh in

    The youngest candidate in the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners primary contest hopes youthful voters will turn out to support his campaign. But that hope could be a long shot, if Ryan Walsh's own voting record is any indication. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 16:26
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  • June retail strong

    The jars of fruit preserves that left the front doors of American Spoon Foods’ downtown store added up to great June sales numbers for the local food producer. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 15:22
  • The film panel goes political

    Things heated up at the Traverse City Film Festival’s first panel discussion, as politics took the center stage. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 15:16
  • Claymation anticipation

    Cheers erupt. Hands clap. Whoops sound. Three seconds of the movie is in the can — only three more minutes to go. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 14:43
  • Film Festival Outtakes: 07/31/2014

    Clay artist Phil Wilson cut away peel from the fruit on a giant (by claymation standards) banana that accidentally had been crushed in production. “The giant banana needs tentacles.” View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 14:40
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  • Elmwood Township man arraigned on child pornography charges

    TRAVERSE CITY — An Elmwood Township man remains behind bars on accusations he sent child pornography over a computer file-sharing network. Michael Edward Burr Jr., 22, appeared Wednesday in 86th District Court for arraignment on four counts of posses View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 14:37
  • Mikko resigns as Grand Traverse soccer group president

    TRAVERSE CITY — The President of the Grand Traverse Area Soccer Officials Association will resign after he lost his license to practice law because he possessed nude images of teenage girls. Dennis Mikko in an email sent to GTASOA members… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 12:07
  • Crudités à la Française

    The crudités (kroo-deh-TAY) platter is the least visited part of a party. It’s no wonder. The word crudités brings up images of tough and tangy, raw broccoli and cauliflower florets, radishes and carrot and celery sticks cringing nakedly on a… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 10:04
  • Beach Bums cleared of withholding fundraiser money

    TRAVERSE CITY — Authorities cleared the Traverse City Beach Bums baseball organization of allegations that the team illegally failed to distribute fundraiser money meant to be donated to the Grand Traverse Area Veterans Coalition. The Grand Traverse View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 30 at 09:31

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