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Donation for Club Create

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Grand Knight Tom Kendziorski presents a check in the amount of $550 to Robert White, at left, Leanna Haun, and Club Create Clarkston member Hannah Brown. Photo by Phil Custodio Knights of Columbus Council…

Community support for art for special-needs adults

BY JESSICA STEELEY Clarkston News Staff Writer Club Create Clarkston, a club where adults with special needs create art, recently received a $500 donation from Knights of Columbus Council 5436. The money will help the club continue to…

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Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter Eggs) for Spring Break! Live in the D: Don’t miss the Michigan Renaissance Festival 

Clarkston celebrates 31 years of awards

Clarkston celebrates 31 years of awards

Clarkston Community Awards

Back row from left, Rob Whitcomb, Kailan Mehta, Pastor Dan Niewoit, Alan Partington, Bruce Mercado and Tom Middleton. Second row, Chelsea O’Brien, Leanna Haun, Laura Niewoit, Peg Roth, Kathy Novak, Jennifer Herrmann and Amy Music. Front…

Clarkston community to recognize difference-makers

The Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce and other community members will come together May 24 to recognize those who have gone above and beyond to make a difference. This year’s winners include Jennifer Hermann, Citizen of the Year; Kailan…

Picasso’s Grapevine of Clarkston brings out the artist in everyone

By Mike Scott, Special to The Oakland Press Not everyone can be Picasso, but everyone can learn to paint at Picasso’s Grapevine in downtown Clarkston. Not only that but customers of the business that opened in June 2014 can choose from…

Art from Clarkston to Flint

Art created at Picasso’s Grapevine in downtown Clarkston will soon grace the walls of Hurley Medical Center in Flint. A group of nurses and administrators from the Oncology unit at Hurley painted art of every color to brighten up the…

Accolades go to seven Walsh College Blackstone LaunchPad winners for their true dedication to growing businesses in Michigan!

By Carol Glynn, Director, Blackstone LaunchPad at Walsh College Seven ventures from Walsh College’s Blackstone LaunchPad business initiative have been named Best of MichBusiness by the Michigan Business & Professional Association (MBPA). Winners…

New biz mixes paint, wine; will it yield green?

By Natalie Broda, Crain’s Detroit Business Ten women sit around a large table, paint brushes in one hand, wine glasses in the other. Propped on the easels in front of them, similar works of art take shape. The women are painting the night…

BYOB At A New Oakland Art Studio Doesn’t Mean Bring Your Own Brushes

By Alan Stamm, Deadline Detroit Business Adults learning to paint can lubricate creativity with alcoholic beverages at a new Clarkston art studio… And who knows — this new type of DUI (drawing under the influence) could produce impressively…

Picasso’s Grapevine Opens in Clarkston

Published by Blackstone LaunchPad – Walsh College, (Clarkston, MI) CLARKSTON, Mich., July 23, 2014 — Leanna Haun wants you to be impressed … with yourself. While enjoying a successful 20-something year career in the world of accounting,…

Picasso’s Grapevine Ribbon Cutting

By Clarkston Chamber Of Commerce Click to see the photos!

Picasso’s Grapevine of Clarkston to host grand opening

By Kathy Blake, Oakland Press Cocktails, conversation and creativity come together at Clarkston’s Picasso’s Grapevine. The paint studio’s grand opening is Saturday, July 12 with special events all day 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. including wine…

Clarkston Fourth of July parade

Clarkston held its annual Fourth of July parade Friday morning. See the photo gallery.  

Donation for Club Create

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Grand Knight Tom Kendziorski presents a check in the amount of $550 to Robert White, at left, Leanna Haun, and Club Create Clarkston member Hannah Brown. Photo by Phil Custodio Knights of Columbus Council…

Community support for art for special-needs adults

BY JESSICA STEELEY Clarkston News Staff Writer Club Create Clarkston, a club where adults with special needs create art, recently received a $500 donation from Knights of Columbus Council 5436. The money will help the club continue to…

Local 4 News at 4

Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter Eggs) for Spring Break! Live in the D: Don’t miss the Michigan Renaissance Festival 

Clarkston celebrates 31 years of awards

Clarkston celebrates 31 years of awards

Clarkston Community Awards

Back row from left, Rob Whitcomb, Kailan Mehta, Pastor Dan Niewoit, Alan Partington, Bruce Mercado and Tom Middleton. Second row, Chelsea O’Brien, Leanna Haun, Laura Niewoit, Peg Roth, Kathy Novak, Jennifer Herrmann and Amy Music. Front…

Clarkston community to recognize difference-makers

The Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce and other community members will come together May 24 to recognize those who have gone above and beyond to make a difference. This year’s winners include Jennifer Hermann, Citizen of the Year; Kailan…

Picasso’s Grapevine of Clarkston brings out the artist in everyone

By Mike Scott, Special to The Oakland Press Not everyone can be Picasso, but everyone can learn to paint at Picasso’s Grapevine in downtown Clarkston. Not only that but customers of the business that opened in June 2014 can choose from…

Art from Clarkston to Flint

Art created at Picasso’s Grapevine in downtown Clarkston will soon grace the walls of Hurley Medical Center in Flint. A group of nurses and administrators from the Oncology unit at Hurley painted art of every color to brighten up the…

Accolades go to seven Walsh College Blackstone LaunchPad winners for their true dedication to growing businesses in Michigan!

By Carol Glynn, Director, Blackstone LaunchPad at Walsh College Seven ventures from Walsh College’s Blackstone LaunchPad business initiative have been named Best of MichBusiness by the Michigan Business & Professional Association (MBPA). Winners…

New biz mixes paint, wine; will it yield green?

By Natalie Broda, Crain’s Detroit Business Ten women sit around a large table, paint brushes in one hand, wine glasses in the other. Propped on the easels in front of them, similar works of art take shape. The women are painting the night…

BYOB At A New Oakland Art Studio Doesn’t Mean Bring Your Own Brushes

By Alan Stamm, Deadline Detroit Business Adults learning to paint can lubricate creativity with alcoholic beverages at a new Clarkston art studio… And who knows — this new type of DUI (drawing under the influence) could produce impressively…

Picasso’s Grapevine Opens in Clarkston

Published by Blackstone LaunchPad – Walsh College, (Clarkston, MI) CLARKSTON, Mich., July 23, 2014 — Leanna Haun wants you to be impressed … with yourself. While enjoying a successful 20-something year career in the world of accounting,…

Picasso’s Grapevine Ribbon Cutting

By Clarkston Chamber Of Commerce Click to see the photos!

Picasso’s Grapevine of Clarkston to host grand opening

By Kathy Blake, Oakland Press Cocktails, conversation and creativity come together at Clarkston’s Picasso’s Grapevine. The paint studio’s grand opening is Saturday, July 12 with special events all day 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. including wine…

Clarkston Fourth of July parade

Clarkston held its annual Fourth of July parade Friday morning. See the photo gallery.