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The Michigan Chronicle 75th anniversary celebration

The Michigan Chronicle has been a voice for the community for 75 years.
The Michigan Chronicle has been a voice for the community for 75 years.
Randy Jenkins

The Michigan Chronicle, a weekly publication which is widely recognized as the oldest African-American newspaper in Michigan, is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a gala occasion at the MGM Grand Detroit. Tickets for the event which begins at 6:00 p.m, are priced at $250 and $300 for VIP.

TIckets may be purchased in advance only by calling (313) 963-8100 or at www.michronicleonline.com .

The Michigan Chronicle has been a voice of the community since 1936 and has built a solid reputation as a family newspaper. The Michigan Chronicle has been a consistent publication offering reports on news, politics, culture, entertainment, and relevant topics in our communities.

The Michigan Chronicle is published every Wednesday and can be found at newsstands and stores across metro Detroit. The cost of this worthy weekly publication is $1.00.

You can visit the Michigan Chronicle website to see past digital editions, blogs, galleries, an event calendar, how to subscribe for home delivery, etc.

Currently managing the Michigan Chronicle are publisher Samuel Logan, chief marketing officer Jackie Berg, and executive editor Bankole Thompson.

The Michigan Chronicle has gained national recoginition as an excellent newspaper with a sound editorial policy, as well as being acknowledged and the recipient of many national and local journalism and community service awards. For instance, the Michigan Chronicle has been recognized as the "Best Black Newspaper" in the country by the National Newspaper Publishers Association five times and counting.

So, mark you calendars for November 19, 2010 and the 75th anniversary celebration of the Michigan Chronicle, be sure to pick up a copy of the Michigan Chronicle this Wednesday, and be sure to check out Center Stage With Bankole Thompson (The Michigan Chronicle's executive editor) on WADL TV 38-Detroit on Saturdays at 1:00 p.m.

For more information pertaining to the broadcast of Center Stage With Bankole Thompson and other programming, please visit WADL TV 38-Detroit at www.wadldetroit.com .

The Michigan Chronicle will also be publishing commemorative editions every Wednesday with excellent content through November 17, 2010.

The Michigan Chronicle is a source of journalism that I stand-by and support.

Comments

  • Raymond James 4 years ago

    Detroit residents should support and read the Michigan Chronicle for local news and news that matters to Detroiters.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    I'm glad that you mentioned the show Center Stage hosted by Bankole Thompson. The show Center Stage always has worthwhile and interesting guest. WADL is a growing network with various interesting shows for all viewers.

  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    thanks for the information one day i will be able to attend a gala lol.

  • Daniel Green 4 years ago

    Today, with the suggestion by R. Jenkins, I purchased my first copy of The Michigan Chronicle. I was not disappointed and look forward to next Wednesday's edition.

  • Daniel Green 3 years ago

    Since introducing me to The Michigan Chronice, I have been a regular reader of this paper. The only problem that I'm having is that a lot of store don't carry this paper. I think that I'm going to have to subscribe. I wonder why more store and gas stations don't carry this local interest newspaper?