Imbibing for a cause: Party in the streets with clergy, cops & beer

Imbibing for a cause: Party in the  streets with clergy, cops & beer

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Red plastic cups were plentiful as the Clergy, Cops and Beer fundraiser hit Flint Street for the third time last Saturday. The warm weather enticed families to come on downtown to have a cold beverage, a bite to eat, relax, visit with friends and listen to any of the four […]

Vintage 1929 Chris-Craft a stunning

Vintage 1929 Chris-Craft a stunning

‘Prohibition’ comes to Lake Orion By Jim Newell Review Editor Prohibition has come to Lake Orion. No, not the Elliot Ness “Untouchables” stopping bootleggers variety, but a vintage 1929 Chris-Craft speed boat that hearkens back to the “olden days” and reminds people of something out of a Hollywood movie. Residents may have seen the classic […]

Artist of the Month does it all

Artist of the Month does it all

By Georgia Thelen Review Writer Janice Price has been a Lake Orion resident for over 30 years and is now making her debut as the Orion Art Center’s Artist of the Month. Price paints large canvases of modern landscapes. Her current medium of choice is acrylic. Price mainly paints obscure nature scenes, saying they look […]

Head out on the highway, looking for adventure…

By Jim Newell Review Writer There’s something about a good car, the open road and a destination unknown that appeals to the American spirit. That yearning to move, to get out and see the world, to hop in a car and “head out on the highway, looking for adventure in whatever comes our way,” as […]