Thunderwüde are a blazing bluegrass band born in Chelsea, Michigan. We witnessed their musical magic at a house concert in Manchester.
Michigan’s Dexter Cider Mill is the quintessential fall experience! Cider, ginger snaps and a tranquil spot on the beautiful Huron River to enjoy fall color. Afterward, we added a dash more color with a hike in Stinchfield Woods.
The 8th Annual Detroit Fall Beer Festival on Oct 21 & 22, 2016 in Eastern Market. There were over 800 beers, perfect weather, and thousands of smiling happy people. The old saying, “beer makes me happy” was certainly true this past weekend in Detroit’s Eastern Market.
Legs Inn is a Historic site and for nearly 90 years has served delicious authentic Polish cuisine. It has been described as one of Michigan’s “most unusual architectural marvels” and is quietly perched on Lake Michigan’s upper coast in Cross Village.
POP-X may sound like some crazy new energy drink, but it is actually a brilliant exhibit that pops up each year at Liberty Plaza in Ann Arbor.
Kitch-iti-kipi what? No, it is not a kinky itch you might have contracted in the 70’s but the name of an emerald green pool near Manistique in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
On Saturday, September 10, 2016, was the Eighth Annual U.P. Fall Beer Festival in Marquette and it rained but it didn’t matter because there were more than 80 Michigan Breweries and over 600 different beers to sample.
The annual Chicken Wing Thing at Dark Horse Brewing features hot wings, awesome beers, and fantastic live music. Rain or Shine!
The 10th Nashbash in Ann Arbor celebrated country music with the Whiskey Charmers and Judy Banker starting the night off right.
Wolf and the Crane had the Cadieux Café rocking with new music that glows with the power of Detroit rhythm and blues.
From Blue To Gray unleash their new album Abstention of Interference at the Loft in Lansing to a crowd of metal fans.
The Rumpus Room in Chelsea knocked it out of the park with a fantastic show with local blues great Laith Al-Saadi and jubilant soul music from Nicholas David.
It was huge! It was Hot! And it was Wonderful. With over 1,300 Michigan craft beers to sample, it was simply the best Michigan Summer Beer Festival yet.
Ahoy! The Tall Ship Celebration brought a fleet of impressive sailing ships to regale the crowds who poured into Bay City, Michigan.
The Devon Allman band put on a scintillating show full of gritty guitar and groovy rhythms dripping with soul at the Rumpus Room in Chelsea, Michigan.
Fuzz Fest 3 saturated the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor with luscious rock music from 33 Michigan bands under the glow of a liquid light projector.