Caroline MacGregor


Caroline MacGregor was born in Dublin, Ireland where she spent her formative years before emigrating to Johannesburg, South Africa and later Cape Town where her family resides.

After studying at the University of South Africa, Caroline returned to Europe before taking up residence in London. She later moved to the US where she worked as media liaison for the South African Embassy in Washington, DC. Her career in journalism spans commercial and public radio broadcasting, news wire, web, print and television.

Prior to joining Interlochen Public Radio, Caroline worked as a reporter for stations in Michigan, Phoenix and Cape Town. She has earned MAB and AP awards for Best Individual Reporting, Best Nat Sound/Feature News, Best Breaking News and Mini-Documentary-Best Series.

Caroline MacGregor

A group of veterans who took part in a secret military operation in China during WWII were in Traverse City last week, celebrating their 62nd reunion.

The men were part of SACO - the Sino-American Cooperative Organization. It was an effort between the U.S. Navy and the National Military Council of China put together just weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

The Vogue Theatre

The Vogue Theatre in Manistee is celebrating its 80th Anniversary this year.

The theater reopened to the public in 2013 after a fundraising effort to refurbish the historic building.

Theaters like the Vogue are being restored across the state and country in an effort to capture the nostalgia people hold for neighborhood theaters. 

David Mix, the vice president of the nonprofit that restored the theater, spoke with Caroline MacGregor about the anniversary.