• Kalamazoo-wide singalong combats isolation

    13 days ago - By Wood TV

    KALAMAZOO, Mich. - In Kalamazoo, the community is finding a way to stay connected even though they are forced to remain apart.
    Throughout the city at 7 p.m. Thursday, the sounds of the 1970s Journey classic “Don't Stop Believin'” could be heard.
    It's a way to connect that others elsewhere in the world have used while separated to slow the spread of coronavirus. It's meant to offer comfort in a lonely time.
    A Facebook movement called “Kzoo Community Jam and Sing” brought the idea to Kalamazoo.
    “We miss each other and we need each other,” said community activist Jen Strebs, who along with...
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