Behind the scenes: Kyle Poplin, the editor, was a 2009-10 Knight Wallace fellow at the University of Michigan, specifically studying online communities and journalism entrepreneurs. He helped start an award-winning daily newspaper, Bluffton Today, in 2005. The head of the Knight Wallace program, Charles Eisendrath, is serving as an adviser to The Ann.
June 2011, v1n9
- Cover: More than just a wage, photo of Scott Huckestein, owner of Schakolad Chocolate Factory
- Inside front: Ann Arbor Summer Festival advertisment
- Masthead: Kyle Poplin, Journalism enthusiast; Myra Poplin, People person; Jim McBee, Design jerk
- Editorial: Lessons (at times painfully) learned, Kyle Poplin. "We pitched our magazine idea to the local business incubator SPARK and were all but escorted out of the building."
- p5: 4x1/4 ads. Professional Automotive Technicians, Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 2011-2012 season, Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair, Ann Arbor YMCA summer day camps
- p6: 2x1/2 ads. The Cedars of Dexter senior living, Rehmann accounting (formerly Wright Griffin Davis and Co.
- p7: Hot new items at the library: 'Moondogs', 'Benjamin Franklinstein LIVES!', 'The Switch'
- p8: Letters. 1971 businesses Slater's Bookstore, Bivouac, Ann Arbor Music Mart; current businesses Lulu-lemon; former South U businesses Camelot Bros., Campus Theatre, Schlanderer; local donations from chain stores
- p9: Cherry Republic, from Glen Arbor in Michigan's Little Finger; story by Dan Ezekiel
- p10: ads: Beliza Design; LaFontaine coupon; Michigan Theater 1/2 page
- p11: Fancy pole funded by university, Lynn Monson, intrepid reporter, answer a question from Ingrid Ault re the custom built utility pole at Dewey Street at State Street.