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RRCA ARTS EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE

All ages, talent levels, and supporters are welcome and encouraged to visit the  RRCA Arts Education Open House on Tuesday, August 11th from 6-7:30 pm located at 114 South Monroe Street. This is an open opportunity to tour the progress of...

A Dog’s Life: Another Gripe of Mine…, by Rochelle Armbruster

This past Saturday, I went downstate to attend the annual Art in the Park fair in Plymouth, Michigan. This is something I’ve done every year for the past several years and was really looking forward to it (except that now...

Edition for the Week of July 13, 2015

If you need a pick-me-up, have some downtime or are simply looking for something useful to read, click on the link below and enjoy this week’s edition of The Buzz. The Monroe Buzz 07-13-2015

A Dog’s Life: Summer Musings…, by Rochelle Armbruster

Now that summer is in full swing, it may be time to drop a few reminders on summer safety for your dog. First of all, since a lot of people like to take their dogs in the car wherever they...

A Dog’s Life: Happy Birthday, Cosmo, by Rochelle Hamilton Armbruster

This past Sunday, June 28th, our sweet Golden Retriever boy, Cosmo, celebrated his 10th birthday. Although the larger breeds are considered ‘senior’ at this age, Cosmo is still going strong, with plenty of energy, great appetite, thick healthy coat, good...

Miracles and Madonna: Doctors and Drugs, by Madonna Bevington Burkit

It is a well-known fact that without doctors and medical discoveries you would see more newspaper obituaries and cemetery grave stones, especially for very young children.  Penicillin’s discovery in the early 19th Century was a devastating blow to many bacteria...

Edition for the Week of June 29, 2015

It’s difficult for most Americans to really celebrate the idea of freedom. A cookout with family, fireworks display, perhaps a bonfire…these activities are great fun and help us show our red-blooded American heritage.   But independence means so much more...

A Dog’s Life: Stupid Things Dog Owners Do, by Rochelle Armbruster

Okay…I really have to get this off my chest, so please bear with me. We moved up north to Ludington, Michigan a few weeks ago. Our new house still needs a few items, so Lowe’s is nearly on a first-name basis...

A Dog’s Life: Canine Flu, Symptoms, Treatments, and Prevention, by Rochelle Armbruster

If you’ve been paying any attention to the news lately, you probably have heard about the recent outbreak of canine flu. While this isn’t a new disease, it seems that this latest outbreak (which originated in Asia) has been particularly...

Edition for the Week of June 22, 2015

Tips to Stay Safe at Amusement Parks:  Avoid sunburn, rashes, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke with proper precautions.  Do not enter restricted areas or walk through employee-only gates.  Know your own health limits, including pre-existing health conditions.  Know the rules, especially...

LAZ-Y-BOY and The River Raisin Youth Theatre present Seussical

The River Raisin Youth Theatre will debut one of the most performed musicals in the USA, Seussical, on the RRCA stage this July. This musical extravaganza, featuring 87 youth actors and professional musicians from Monroe County and surrounding areas, is...

A Dog’s Life: Gettin’ Doggy With It–Some Helpful Tips and Products I’ve Used Successfully, by Rochelle Armbruster

Those of you who read my columns know how I’m a big advocate of products for dogs that lean toward a more natural/organic/holistic view. But some of you may be thinking, ‘Yeah, she talks a good story, but how much of...

Previous Editions

Edition for the Week of July 13, 2015

by - July 19, 2015

If you need a pick-me-up, have some downtime or are simply looking for something useful to read, click on the link below and enjoy this week’s edition of The Buzz. The Monroe Buzz 07-13-2015

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Community Notices

RRCA ARTS EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE

by - July 26, 2015

All ages, talent levels, and supporters are welcome and encouraged to visit the  RRCA Arts Education Open House on Tuesday, August 11th from 6-7:30 pm located at 114 South Monroe Street. This is an open opportunity to tour the progress of...

Tech Corner

Are Biometrics more secure?

by - January 1, 2015

Since the launch of the iPhone 5s with Touch-ID, one could argue things are more...

Teacher's Perspective

RRCA ARTS EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE

All ages, talent levels, and supporters are welcome and encouraged to visit the  RRCA Arts Education Open House on Tuesday, August 11th...

by - July 26, 2015

A Dog’s Life: Another Gripe of Mine…, by Rochelle Armbruster

This past Saturday, I went downstate to attend the annual Art in the Park fair in Plymouth, Michigan. This is something...

by - July 26, 2015

Edition for the Week of July 13, 2015

If you need a pick-me-up, have some downtime or are simply looking for something useful to read, click on the link...

by - July 19, 2015

A Dog’s Life: Summer Musings…, by Rochelle Armbruster

Now that summer is in full swing, it may be time to drop a few reminders on summer safety for your...

by - July 19, 2015

Edition for the Week of July 13, 2015

If you need a pick-me-up, have some downtime or are simply looking for something useful to read, click on the link...

by - July 19, 2015

Edition for the Week of June 29, 2015

It’s difficult for most Americans to really celebrate the idea of freedom. A cookout with family, fireworks display, perhaps a bonfire…these...

by - July 5, 2015

Edition for the Week of June 22, 2015

Tips to Stay Safe at Amusement Parks:  Avoid sunburn, rashes, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke with proper precautions.  Do not enter restricted...

by - June 28, 2015

Edition for the Week of June 15, 2015

Happiness. It’s the one thing we all search for, yet our quests never seem to end. Many think it is an...

by - June 21, 2015

RRCA ARTS EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE

All ages, talent levels, and supporters are welcome and encouraged to visit the  RRCA Arts Education Open House on Tuesday, August 11th...

by - July 26, 2015

LAZ-Y-BOY and The River Raisin Youth Theatre present Seussical

The River Raisin Youth Theatre will debut one of the most performed musicals in the USA, Seussical, on the RRCA stage...

by - June 22, 2015

Monroe’s Jim Riske named Van Lunen Fellow

Jim Riske, principal at Holy Ghost Lutheran School in Monroe, Mich., has been selected by the Van Lunen Center for Executive Management...

by - June 7, 2015

The River Raisin Repertory Company presents Butterflies are Free

From June 12-14, the River Raisin Repertory Company will present Butterflies are Free, directed by Vicki Maxwell, at the River Raisin...

by - June 1, 2015

RRCA ARTS EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE

All ages, talent levels, and supporters are welcome and encouraged to visit the  RRCA Arts Education Open House on Tuesday, August 11th...

by - July 26, 2015

A Dog’s Life: Another Gripe of Mine…, by Rochelle Armbruster

This past Saturday, I went downstate to attend the annual Art in the Park fair in Plymouth, Michigan. This is something...

by - July 26, 2015

Edition for the Week of July 13, 2015

If you need a pick-me-up, have some downtime or are simply looking for something useful to read, click on the link...

by - July 19, 2015

A Dog’s Life: Summer Musings…, by Rochelle Armbruster

Now that summer is in full swing, it may be time to drop a few reminders on summer safety for your...

by - July 19, 2015

Are Biometrics more secure?

Since the launch of the iPhone 5s with Touch-ID, one could argue things are more secure. However, legally, this is not...

by - January 1, 2015

Effective Search Campaign

You can run a search campaign for a missing person or persons in many different ways. In the past, you had...

by - November 30, 2014

Safety of Your Data and How Security Through Obscurity is Plain Theater

Only one interview about the iCloud security breach of celebrities’ private photos exists: with the Wall Street Journal’s Tim Cook. Because...

by - September 27, 2014

The Support Scam

Several days ago, I had to fix a client’s PC after a supposed call from HP support concerning a Windows error...

by - July 27, 2014

Uncommon Sense: It’s Early This Year, by Richard Lee

Something has come over me. I am awash in feelings that seem out of place. For some reason, this feeling has...

by - November 30, 2014

Uncommon Sense: The Politics of Climate, by Richard Lee

At a rally for climate change in New York City, a group of concerned citizens gathered to protest the current state...

by - November 15, 2014

Uncommon Sense: Civil Revolution, by Richard Lee

I believe it is in the best interest of this country for the people to take it back. I’m not talking...

by - November 10, 2014

Uncommon Sense: Compassion for All, by Richard Lee

Well, for those of you that follow Uncommon Sense, as you can see, this issue of domestic violence within the NFL...

by - September 28, 2014

The Caffeine Dilemma: Is a Healthy Energy Drink Possible?

Caffeine – one word that literally contains so much potency. Studies show the stimulant can enhance athletic performance by up to...

by - March 30, 2014

Stop Resisting Exercise and Just Do It

There’s that dreaded word again – exercise. We all know we should do it, and yet many of us make as...

by - March 13, 2014

Invest in Your Body with Just Three Hours Each Week

Did you know a single week contains 168 hours? That’s right – 24 hours a day times seven days. And all...

by - February 23, 2014

To Burn Calories, You Need More than to Think about Exercise

Here is one of the simplest and truest statements when it comes to exercise: thinking about going to the gym will...

by - February 23, 2014

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