The Center for Michigan
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Bake a pie. Be a citizen. Beat your brother-in-law’s news quiz score.
The forecast is dreary. So ease your worries by answering questions about the week that was in Michigan.
We’re looking for a savvy digital manager to lead rapid and sustainable growth for Michigan’s two-time defending Newspaper of the Year
Chastity Pratt Dawsey is among panelists for Wednesday’s televised debate
Ten questions, ten answers on Michigan happenings. Can you handle the truth?
Michigan’s two-time Newspaper of the Year is bolstering Lansing coverage to provide readers with insightful, substantive, fact-based journalism.
Ten questions on Michigan news. Impress your friends. But please, no wagering.
Another week. Another quiz. Prove your smarts. Impress your friends.
Ten questions reveal how much you’ve been paying attention this week to news and happenings.
Answer a few questions. See how you compare with others who took the test. Post results to Facebook and Twitter. What could possibly be better?
Come meet the Bridge staff, enjoy some free food and a cash bar, participate in a Q&A with community leaders and enjoy some live music!
We asked. You answered. Introducing week two of the multiple-choice quiz that tests your knowledge of Michigan goings-on.
Bridge readers packed Founders Brewery in Grand Rapids last Thursday for our latest reader thank you event. Check out the photos and get ready, Detroit… We’ll see you at Atwater Brewery this Thursday night (September 14).
Fun questions that test your knowledge of this week's news throughout the state. Give it a whirl.
Bridge is traveling Michigan this fall, thanking readers and donors for building our publication, and building deeper understanding about the issues that matter most across our state. Here’s a look inside our first reader thank you event of the fall last week in Traverse City.