The Michigan World War I Centennial Commission and Michigan Military Heritage Museum commemorated the final year of “the war to end all wars” wth Over Here! Michigan World War I Centennial event.
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.
The concentrated power of several thousand beer drinkers banished the rain to rejoice in a beautiful afternoon of beer and music at the Burning Foot Beer Fest 2018
Heavy metal muscle cars and high octane rock and roll gathered in the heart of Detroit for the first Motor City Muscle Rock-N-Muscle Car Festival.
The Michigan Brewers Guild held its 21st Summer Beer Festival in Ypsilanti’s Riverside Park. This year’s festival was picture perfect. We have hundreds of photos and need your help sharing them. Read on for our plan to share these beauties.
We recently discovered MSHDA provides a helping hand in making the American Dream of homeownership possible.
We hit the ground running to explore the magical city of Edinburgh with our new friend Miles from Guided Scotland.
Fuzz Fest 5 at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor filled the air with fuzzy sonic reverberations as the music and psychedelic light show etched images of Conan the Barbarian into your mind.
Our road trip through the Cairngorms National Park opens in St. Andrews and ends with a selfie in front of the Royal Family’s Scottish home. Sandwiched in the middle we explored Dunnottar and Balvenie Castles and the Elgin Cathedral.
The Gasoline Gypsies set fire to the stage at Top Of The Park during Ann Arbor Summer Fest with the universal power of blues fueled rock music
Wire In The Wood had the crowd dancing to their electric brew of bluegrass at the Ann Arbor Summer Fest Top Of The Park.
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 annual Dark Horse Brewing Crawfish boils salutes the mighty mudbug and marks the unofficial beginning of summer in Marshall with food, music, and beer.
Our hiking adventures in the Cairngorms and Glen Coe were even sweeter with the help of Murray and Allan from Kingdom Guides.
Betty’s Flatware Jewelry Project is the story of my mother’s wish to make keepsakes from the silverware set she received when she was married in 1947 and Max Ruggirrello, the artist who made her wish come true.
The 9th annual Detroit Dio Tribute at the Loving Touch showcased some of the area’s finest musicians paying homage to the magic of Dio while benefiting a cancer survivor.