On his new album Floodplains, Chris Dupont crafts his dark and raw emotion into lucid dreams full of brilliant textures painted on a sonic canvas.
Michigan native Carole Lynn Hare shares in a recently published book “The Legend of Kitch-iti-kipi.” It is believed to be the original legend and is a must read for anyone who loves Michigan history.
We gathered our family bubble members for a mini winter beer run to support a few Michigan brewers and enjoy great Michigan beer.
Our Northern Michigan Fall color tour itinerary is a menu of colorful options. How you arrange the order of the various hikes, landmarks, and UP delights is your choice.
Besides being fun to say, Ishpeming makes for a fantastic launchpad for your next adventure in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
You may want to call it Fayetteville, but it is really Fayette Historic State Park located on the shores of Big Bay De Noc in Lake Michigan.
Getting to experience a drive-in concert with some of Michigan’s best bands is a treat to savor at Arts, Beats, and Eats – The Beats Go On featuring Stone Clover and Jennifer Westwood and the Handsome Devils
Grove Sessions Live dishes up a tasty music menu featuring Adam Kahana, Sabbatical Bob, Stormy Chromer, and Nina and the Buffalo Riders.
Musicians and fans united for the gift of music on the River Raisin with the soulful sounds of Jennifer Westwood and Dylan Dunbar and special guest Juston Brady.
We took a hiatus from the Coronavirus for a hike in the Kensington Metropark. Here is a sample of the animal kingdom we encountered with Chuck’s narration.
Five days searching for Bill Murray in Charleston, South Carolina produced not a single sighting but we made new friends, ate AMAZING food, learned a bit of history, and secured a list of the best dive bars!
Our virtual happy hour was a stunning success. “It really felt like we were out having drinks with others.” Tips & suggestions for other virtual parties.
We took a deep dive into Milford Sound in New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park on an overnight cruise with Real Journeys.
The 2020 Michigan Winter Beer Festival was a gift from the Gods.The sky was a perfect blue, the beer lines weren’t freezing, and the music was badass.
“How was the food in New Zealand?” We get that question a lot about our New Zealand trip. What they should be asking is, “Do their windows have screens?”
Our Porcupine Mountains Artist-in-Residence Program application is in the mail. Fingers crossed they select us! If you’ve got any voodoo magic skills and can cast a spell to help the panel select us, we wouldn’t stop you.