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It was a stellar show at The Starlight Room as we got the September edition of Muskegon Tonight Live rolling.  The Starlight Room is a significant addition to what we have in the Muskegon Area for entertainment.  It's an intimate and versatile venue with capabilities that blow the minds of those performing or attending.  For our show, the audience might be a foot away from the guests and the music acts and there's no better seat in the house. 


We began with a quick visit from Ricarlo Winston to talk about the comedy series that The Starlight Room will be opening in December.  Ricarlo has built an incredible gig for himself and other comics as he's grown here in town and we've always considered him part of our team.  Anthony Lambers joined us next to tell his story of being a "lost youth" that ended up in prison, only to change everything about his life and become a force for change in the lives of other your people who could be "at risk" as well as the communities he serves.  It's an amazing story.  The Alzheimer's Walk is coming up October 14th at Hackley Park, Rachel Dober from the Alzheimer's Association and Kelly DeVos updates us on her dad, who's victim of this disease.  Kristina Broughton brings it on behalf of the Muskegon Museum of Art, talking about all of the incredible exhibits and the construction goning on at "Muskegon's Best Kept Secret" (no more) and Simply In Time finishes off the night with three great songs!  Simply in Time will be playing The Starlight Room on November 4th debuting a lot of new material!!  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 

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