Friday Night Live featured an outstanding assortment of local musicians paying tribute to the legend of Johnny Cash at the DIA.
Billy Strings brought all us goats home for a sold-out show at the Majestic in Detroit.
At Te Puia in Rotorua, we experience the vibrant living land and the native peoples who call this place their home in New Zealand
And just like that, another Dark Horse 4 Elf Party is in the books. The 2019 party did not disappoint, Elves, Beer, Exotic Food, Music, Dancing!
It took just one visit to Edelbrau Brewing Company in Ann Arbor to fall in love with beer all over again.
I won’t forget our journey down New Zealand’s Forgotten World Highway. Also known as Highway 43, it is considered one of the most dangerous roads in New Zealand
The Little Fleet in downtown Traverse City looked like a lumberjack convention at the third annual Flapjack and Flannel Festival in Traverse City
On a rather cold November morning, we joined hundreds of bearded, beer-drinking runners for the 2019 Great Beerd Run. Normally I’m not sporting a beard so I was pleasantly surprised and pleased by how warm my new beard kept my face.
Hiking in New Zealand is a life affirming event and we made sure we latched on to a life well lived with these easy jaunts in both the North and South islands.
The buzz during the 2019 Detroit Fall Beer Festival was the Michigan Brewers Guild’s new Spring Beer Festival announcement.
For almost a month, I’ve been listening to the new album called Home by Billy Strings and I feel the need to say thank you.
Plague Years kick off their Unholy Infestation tour with a throwdown at Kelly’s Bar in Hamtramck with Manic Outburst, Nethergate, and We Will Rot
Sometimes Pretty and Dull Grave captured the essence of the Over The Edge Sports Bar’s name with a night of razor rock in Manchester.
There is no better place to contemplate the beauty of the Upper Peninsula while enjoying a fine craft beer than Cognition Brewing in Ishpeming.
The Annual Tompkins Center Historical Society Freedom Festival & Steam Show held the third week of September is a taste of farming Americana.
The Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its first Backyard Beer Garden on Saturday, September 21st in the Palmer Commons.