Arts and Culture

Feature Story With a mix of figurative and abstract elements, the mural pops with bright colors.

Mural splashes Pere Marquette Rail Trail with color


Feature Story For decades, Central Park has been a welcoming place for the entire community.

Catalyst Community: The architecture of Central Park


Development News Attendees are welcome to bring blankets, chairs, and picnics. Chairs are also provided on a first-come-first-served basis.
Feature Story The Midland Mountain Biking Crew is a youth-focused mountain biking group for elementary through high school students.

Ride on, Midland Mountain Biking Crew


Development News Every Wednesday and Thursday, patrons can come into the building, pick up their holds, and browse a small section of materials that have been brought into the lobby.
Feature Story LGBTQIA+ survivors are welcome at Shelterhouse. Past experiences with bullying, lack of support from helping professionals, or trauma can make it especially difficult for LGBTQIA+ survivors to reach out for help.

Catalyst Community: Shelterhouse’s Intersections


Development News Many of the menu items are Martinez family recipes, passed down for generations. On occasion, homemade tamales by mother-in-law Irene are even on the menu.

New Midland restaurant offers Tex-Mex favorites


Feature Story Summer is here. Last weekend, Midland was full of color as artists and fans celebrated local art festivities.

Midland soon to hear the sounds of summer


Development News Adaline Plude, a kindergartner, won first place for her project on bicycle brakes.
Development News The pedestrian plaza, a vibrant, outdoor social space closed to vehicle traffic, is soon to be open on Main Street. The plan is for the plaza to be ready by Thursday, June 10.

Pedestrian plazas opening this June in downtown Midland


Development News Antonio’s had a soft opening last Saturday, May 15. They're now open for business at 1716 W. Wackerly St.