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Since 1976, the Ann Arbor Observer has been putting readers in touch with our town. Packed with concise and insightful news of Ann Arbor people, politics, education, shopping, dining, and entertainment, our newsprint magazine has a monthly circulation of 60,000, reaching all permanent residents of Ann Arbor and all Washtenaw County Chamber of Commerce members.
2390 Winewood
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00AM-5:00PM
Phone: (734) 769-3175
Fax: (734) 769-3375

Publisher
Patricia M. Garcia

Editor
John Hilton

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Online Editor
John Hilton

Calendar Editor
Ella Bourland and Maggie McMillin

Editorial Staff
Sabine Bickford
John Hinchey
Judith Hoffman
Renee McPhail
Josie Schneider

Webmaster
Valerie Mates

Production Staff
Gabe Clark
LR Nuñez
Tabitha Walters
Caron Valentine-Marsh

Business Manager
Jean Morgan

Sales and Marketing
Julie Cole
Vikki Enos
Courtney Sidor

Administrative Assistant
Amber Lamkin


The Ann Arbor Observer (ISSN #0192-5717) is published thirteen times a year, once each month plus a special issue in August (the City Guide), by the Ann Arbor Observer Company, 2390 Winewood, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. Telephone: (734) 769-3175. USPS #454-470. Member Certified Audit of Circulations, Inc. Periodicals postage paid at Ann Arbor, MI.

Subscriptions: $20 for one year, $35 for two years (all paid subscriptions include Priority Web Access). Write to the Ann Arbor Observer, 2390 Winewood, Ann Arbor, MI 48103.

Manuscripts: The Observer welcomes freelance material. Send manuscripts to Editor, Ann Arbor Observer, 2390 Winewood, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. E-mail Hilton@aaobserver.com


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