Robert Stone, president and CEO of Duarte-based City of Hope Duarte-based City of Hope National Medical Center has boosted its investment to $1 billion for a new cancer center at the FivePoint Gateway in Orange County. City of Hope is purchasing 11 acres of land, including a building of roughly 190,000 square feet, at FivePoint Gateway in Irvine, for its cancer center campus expected to open in 2021. The project is being developed in collaboration with partner FivePoint Holdings, an Irvine-based developer of mixed-use, master-planned communities in coastal California. City of Hope had previously stated in March 2018 that it would spend $200 million on the cancer center. City of Hope President and Chief Executive Roger Stone told the Business Journal that the new cancer center would be a “best-in-class” facility equipped with leading-edge technologies and dedicated specialists. Stone said the Orange County expansion is City of Hope’s largest expansion outside of … [Read more...] about City of Hope to Invest $1B in New Cancer Center in Irvine
Cowell family cancer center traverse city
Brooke Kansier Traverse City Record-Eagle Published 7:44 PM EST Dec 30, 2018 Traverse City — Robert Schewe sees the world in color and shapes, immaculate details and stunning architecture. Traverse City proves a beautiful sight, in his eyes. Schewe, a Michigan native and longtime local, transformed that vista into something everyone can see with his latest work, “TC Kaleidoscope.” “It’s mainly a historic, architectural piece,” said the artist during a gallery showing in December. “I wanted to highlight the unique buildings and places downtown, Traverse City mainstays. It’s an overall representation of what the city is known for.” The minutely detailed piece, arranged in a circular kaleidoscope pattern, includes several local landmarks, including the City Opera House, State Theatre, Park Place Hotel, Perry Hannah House, the clock tower of Northwestern Michigan College and the old state hospital building at the Grand Traverse … [Read more...] about Artist uses Traverse City as inspiration in kaleidoscope art
The Detroit News Published 3:27 PM EDT Oct 8, 2018 There was once a rail line that linked Ann Arbor and Traverse City. And according to a new study, bringing it back could invigorate the state and help "attract the next generation workforce that wants to live and thrive in Michigan without depending on a car." The study was prepared by consulting firm Transportation Economics & Management Systems, Inc. at the behest of the Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, which "believes that bringing passenger rail service back to northern Michigan is possible in less than a decade with a focused campaign of public engagement, technical analysis, and support from community, state and federal agencies." Among the reasons reviving the rail line would be viable: Pre-existing, state-owned rail lines, 90,000 college students in the ridership area and "tremendous" public demand, according to the study, which was released this month. A call to the Groundwork … [Read more...] about Study: Reviving Ann Arbor-Traverse City rail possible
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The filmmaker started the Traverse City Film Festival in Michigan in 2005. He also was the force behind the renovation of two theaters in Traverse, a town he wants people to discover. BySteve Reddicliffe July 26, 2018 The filmmaker Michael Moore’s movie “Fahrenheit 11/9,” about the presidency of Donald Trump, is scheduled to open in September. His nonfiction show, “ But first there’s the 14th annual Traverse City Film Festival in Michigan, from July 31 to Aug. 5. Mr. Moore founded the festival and movies, and honorees have his imprint. For the 2016 festival, all of the selections from the United States were directed by women. (“I just wanted to make the statement that 2 to 4 percent of the films made by Hollywood are made by women,” he said. “That’s just … [Read more...] about Michael Moore Loves Movies. And Showing Them in Traverse City.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by 36 Hours On the shores of BySteve Reddicliffe July 26, 2018 There is no doubt that Traverse City is a very cherry place. The airport, after all, is called Cherry Capital. And the annual National Cherry Festival attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every summer. More than 74 percent of the country’s tart cherries are grown in Michigan, a great many of Cherry Republic. But what Mr. Sutherland calls “Traverse City Film Festival, which began in 2005 and last summer drew 120,000 fans for 181 “meaningful movies” (to use Mr. Moore’s Friday 1) 11 a.m. SMOOTH SAILING Order up a fried whitefish sandwich from Scalawags (the fish is from the venerable John Cross Fisheries in Wren the Butcher at the State Street Marketplace; in the early 1900s, the building it occupies served as the … [Read more...] about 36 Hours in Traverse City, Mich.