Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Join Lisha and Jules for a trip this week as your hosts take a spin into the land down under with Daini Reid’s 2023 horror hit, Run Rabbit Run!
Opening night for the Three Rivers Community Players (TRCP) production of “Frozen Jr.” is set for tomorrow, August 4, and is a kid-performed adaption of the 2013 Disney animated film, and Tony-award-nominated 2018 Broadway production. The show will run for two weekends on August 4-6, and August 11-13.
Like any good reporter, WSV staff writer and food columnist Beca Welty does thorough research for her stories, especially when the story is about ice cream. Beca recently headed to Sturgis’ brand new ice cream shop, The Parlor, to get the scoop.
“They Gone Grow Up” is written by Rock Island, Illinois native Aubrey Barnes, also known as “Aubs.” Barnes performed at the 2022 & 2023 Watershed Voice Artist Showcase in Three Rivers at the Huss Project.
Watershed Voice columnist and psychotherapist Charles Thomas writes, “There is ample scientific evidence that being in a healthy relationship is associated with less anxiety and stress, better general mental health, a lower risk for depression, and even longer life span.” But what constitutes a healthy relationship? Charles has answers.
Alek and Doug attempt to recap the magic that was the third annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase, while Alek grapples with the authenticity of certain pop culture references and idioms used by characters in Ginny & Georgia. Would a teen in the 2020s reference Ghost (1990)? How often does Pinky & the Brain (1995) come up? Is Casper the Friendly Ghost on the typical Gen Z-er’s radar? We ponder.
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and the third ever Small Screen Tea! It’s all bangers all the time over here, so pull on your headphones and join your hosts as they get heated and dissect HBO’s infuriating and incredible dramedy, Succession!
Those in attendance at the third annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase were treated to three-and-a-half hours of poetry and spoken word, rap, hip hop, gospel and folk/Americana music to raise money for local, independent journalism. See photos from Saturday’s festivities here.
Aubrey “Aubs” Barnes, a Rock Island, Illinois native, is an educator, author, poet, community arts facilitator, and the featured artist for Watershed Voice’s third annual Artist Showcase on July 15. For more on his creative process, inspiration, and upcoming performance next week, Watershed Voice interviewed Aubs.
“Sometimes, I be Numb” is written by Rock Island, Illinois native Aubrey Barnes, also known as “Aubs.” Barnes performed at the 2022 Watershed Voice Artist Showcase in Three Rivers at the Huss Project, where he will return to perform in July.
Local author Sharon Bippus recently won the Michigan Writers Cooperative Press annual chapbook contest for her fictional story collection titled This Blue Earth. Watershed Voice caught up with Bippus to discuss her work, her love for small town life, and what’s next.
Amy Davidhizar of Cass County responds to what she calls a “smear campaign directed at this Saturday’s Three Rivers Pride Festival” led by St. Joseph County Road Commissioner Jack Coleman and others.
The following letter was submitted to Watershed Voice for publication by Rev. Brenda Deily of The First Presbyterian Church Three Rivers/Centreville.
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Lisha and Jules are back from their (unplanned, oops) hiatus with an episode featuring a special guest: their very own D&D DM (say that 10 times fast (Lisha does))! This is fitting, since they’re coming back to you with this year’s adventure fantasy film, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves!
The ‘Burg Days of Summer is a brand new summer series planned for the Village of Vicksburg, and tonight at 5:30 p.m. is the kick-off for the event. The festival promises live music in the streets, family-friendly activities, food trucks, and an opportunity to positively impact a local non-profit.
Watershed Voice Executive Editor & Publisher Alek Haak-Frost addresses the harmful and factually inaccurate messaging making its rounds on social media regarding Three Rivers Pride.
Watershed Voice columnist and psychotherapist Charles Thomas writes about how his favorite musician Prince dealt with the grief of losing his son, and how while grief may be inevitable, responding poorly to it is not.
June 3 marks the first Huss Project Farmer’s Market of the 2023 season. The market will take place every Saturday under the pavilion at 1008 8th St. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through September. Here’s a full rundown of what to expect this weekend, and throughout the summer.