A taste of Pure Michigan is exploring Benzie County. This quiet community in Northern Michigan offers unique and sweet things to do while you are UP North.
There is no place like home for the holidays. Thank you, MSHDA, for inviting us to share our meaning of home and for the homeownership programs you provide.
A birthday celebration at Dark Horse for our pal Wiseguy included an unexpected review of super ninja pumpkin carving skills while enjoying a tasty beverage.
In July, my favorite game inventor, good friend, and running buddy, Michael Steer invited us to the ChiTAG Ann Arbor meet-up at one of our favorite restaurants, Rappourt Brew & Chew. Yes, it is true; game inventor is a real job.
The 10h Annual UP Fall Beer Festival held in Marquette’s Mattson Lower Harbor Park featured hundreds of beers! Plus art, pipers and some excellent music.
I accepted MSHDA’s challenge to discover why we should be proud of Michigan’s Campaign to End Homelessness and I can’t wait to share what I learned.
We recently discovered MSHDA provides a helping hand in making the American Dream of homeownership possible.
To gain a better understanding of affordable housing in Michigan I started a search for it in my neighborhood. What I found surprised me. It may surprise you too.
The Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce’s Curling Fest 2018 (February 16-18, 2018) featured a tournament for both experienced and novice competitors on Saturday and Sunday and learn to curl sessions on Friday.
Fuzz Fest the annual rock extravaganza returned for a second day of high amplitude music to resonate your soul at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.
Fuzz Fest, the annual celebration of music that worships the distorted and cosmic edge of rock music was at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.
Redline Brewing in Burton, Michigan was the spot last weekend for raging iron machines and sweet art work at the DedRabbits Lowbrow Art Show and Hot Rod Shakedown.
On May 13, The Dark Alley Cycle Shop in Marshall, Michigan threw an open house to show off the revamped shop with great beer, food, and music. We stopped by and interviewed Cabe and Lance. They shared a bit more about their vision for the shop, what sets them apart from other cycle shops, and if they anticipate partnering with a dealership. (That got them a bit sidetracked!)
We’ve partnered with Cynthia Ellingsen the author of “The Lighthouse Keeper” to give one lucky winner a copy of this sweet summer romance set in an idyllic town on the shores of Lake Michigan.
We sat down with Chris and Aubrey Martinson, the owners of the Chelsea Alehouse, to talk about beer, music, and life in Michigan.
For great food in a beautiful and historic former stage coach stop, take a drive to the White Horse Inn the oldest restaurant in Michigan.