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.
Our bucket-list vacation started in Switzerland’s Bernese Oberland region and ended with a whirlwind tour of Lake Como. Enjoy the details!
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.
During our own Genealogy Roadshow, we found a collection of museums dedicated to area history: Grass Lake Area Historical Connections (GLAHC).
Cell Block Earth had a metal blowout at the Maidstone Theater in Ypsilanti for the release of the new album entitled Spastic Rants.
Steampunks, bearded men and women, and some mighty fine beers rallied together to raise money for the Michigan Theatre of Jackson at Gears, Beards, and Beers 3.
The Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi became a mecca for every comic book fan in Michigan over the weekend of May 14th. The 27th Motor City Comic Con welcomed all ages to a celebration of the bold and vibrant colors combined with scintillating stories that make comic books special. This place was packed with all kinds of goodies and there was a horde of fans on hand to enjoy every minute.
On May 14th Chuck and I attended, a Patriots Grave Marking Service to honor Revolutionary War veterans Josiah Cutler and Benjamin Woodruff.