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This In Memoriam is published by The Recorder online, in part, due to its regional interest, and also due to some of the details about the sacred hill in Falling Waters Park. This information is highlighted below. By KEN WYATT Contributing Writer July 22, 2019 Becky's Final Hilltop Overview About sixty people gathered last Saturday, July 20, to honor the legacy of Spring Arbor's "First Lady" - Becky Cunningham. It could hardly have been a more idyllic scene. A year after her passing at age 96, friends and family met on a hilltop at Falling Waters Historic Park to witness ... Read More
Albion is blessed with having many options for places to worship. The Recorder has offered a church directory for decades. We are now beginning to offer this online. For more information about sponsoring the church directory, please call The Recorder at 517-629-2127. This information will be posted in different formats soon, so check back often. Try the new pdf version below. What do visitors to Albion have to say about its abundance of churches? Read one example by clicking on the image at the right.Article from The Recorder by Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espejo: Moving With the Spirit. More articles ... Read More
Three months seem just like last week, and yesterday appears to be like an hour ago. But that is all in Chronos time, where one event leads to the other in a linear succession and into a projected future that must unavoidably surrender into the present. Kairos time, on the other hand, speaks of an opening, a rupture, when and where the cosmos sets the stage for an unusual occurrence to manifest itself. Looking down from above on the delayed Delta flight that takes me from Detroit to New York City, I wonder about creative acts as existing outside the ... Read More
Albion Through My Eyes / Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful 12-12-19 Mexico in the Midwest The first image that catches my sight upon arriving in Albion while walking along Superior is the sign for Lopez Taco House. The Spanish stickler in me urges me to get up on a tall ladder and add the accent missing on the ó in Lopez, but my curiosity as to what this place is all about wins over my inner grammarian. I let go of accents and peek inside the Mexican restaurant. The red neon light glowing around the window makes my face blush. Coming ... Read More
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