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TCAPS reaches tentative agreement to sell Old Mission school to foundation

An education foundation is poised to buy the Old Mission Peninsula School. Traverse City Area Public Schools reached a tentative agreement to sell the building to the Old Mission Peninsula Education Foundation for $1.1 million. The sale would go through in 2018.

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Women's March on Washington

A Traverse City contingent will attend the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday. March organizers expect around 200,000 marchers to gather on the National Mall the day after President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.

Organizers have released a set of guiding principles stressing that "women’s rights are Human Rights and Human Rights are women's rights."

Four members of the New York Philharmonic are currently in residence on the Interlochen Arts Academy campus. All four musicians are also Interlochen alumni. While here in Northern Michigan, they are giving lessons, master classes, mock auditions, and rehearsals. Violinist Kuan Cheng Lu (IAA 96-98, IAC 97) and bassoonist Roger Nye (IAA 80-82) will each visit IPR's Studio A on Friday, January 20. Hear Mr.

"Our best musicians in the jazz tradition were radical imaginers," Samora Pinderhughes says. A pianist and composer in his mid-20s, he has asserted his connection to that lineage with The Transformations Suite, an earnest and ambitious new work combining music, words and visuals. The piece, which took five years to chisel into shape, was inspired by African-American resistance and protest movements, as well as the oppression that many still endure.

For nearly five decades, Daniel Barenboim has been making a case for the symphonies of Anton Bruckner. Tonight at Carnegie Hall, the conductor begins a complete cycle of Bruckner's nine numbered symphonies, leading the storied Staatskapelle Berlin.

2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO).

With the orchestra back on solid financial footing, the DSO is embarking on its first international tour in 16 years. This July, Maestro Leonard Slatkin will take the orchestra overseas for the first time since he took over as music director in 2008. The conductor and his 87 musicians will make stops in Japan and, for the first time, China.

Boyne Highlands Resort

Foul play is suspected in the fire at Boyne Highlands Resort in December. The fire damaged around 70 rooms and injured a dozen people.

Emmet County Prosecutor James Linderman says his office is in the process of reviewing the investigation.

"Since this is an arson investigation and a rather high-level investigation, we did have the assistance of certain agencies," says Linderman. "The primary would be the Emmet County Sheriff’s Office.”

The sheriff's office passed its report on the fire to Linderman last week.

DargaWorks

A new four-story apartment building is prompting questions about the future of Traverse City’s Warehouse District.

DargaWorks wants to build a multi-use development called “Warehouse Flats” on what is now a parking lot at Garland Street and North Union. DargaWorks says the proposed 59-foot building would provide workforce housing and a public parking garage.

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