DERR-BROWN — A son, Luke Chapman, to Frederick and Rachel (Derr) Brown, Aug. 22 in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Brown is a former Traverse City resident.
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MERRILL — A daughter, Clara Kay, to Leonard "Lenny" and Amy (Strang) Merrill III of Benzonia, May 25.
BAUER — A son, Finnegan Charles Capling, to Michael Bauer and Joni Capling of Traverse City, July 22.
ORTH — A daughter, Cora Analee, to Adam and Sarah (Harrelson) Orth of Traverse City, Sept. 10.
KEDZIOR — A daughter, Barbie, to Michael Kedzior and Jamie Finney, Sept. 13.
PETROSKEY — A daughter, Avery, to Brent and Ashley (Stachnik) Petroskey of Lake Ann, Sept. 18.
DY — A son, Axl, to Solomon and Tess (Tagaza) Dy of Traverse City, Sept. 18.
EVERSON — A son, Finley Leland, to Eric and Inga (Carlson) Everson of Interlochen, Sept. 18.
SIMMONDS — A daughter, Lila, to Thomas and Angela (Miller) Simmonds of Traverse City, Sept. 18.
GUIMOND — A daughter, Mya Leslie, to Keith and Rose (Sheren) Guimond of Kingsley, Sept. 21.
TROWBRIDGE — A daughter, Katelynn, to Jake and Heather (Roush) Trowbridge of Kingsley, Sept. 25.
FOLGMANN — A daughter, Addison, to Kyle and Sonya (Morrison) Folgmann of Traverse City, Sept. 27.
FRANCISCO — A daughter, Natalie Ann, to Jason and Jessica (Moyer) Francisco of Buckley, Sept. 27.
DZWIK — A son, Owen to Andrew and Casey (Chappel) Dzwik of Traverse City, Sept. 30.
Community in Brief: 07/25/2014
Christmas in July; Artist’s reception; Solar viewing party. (Plus more)Continued ...
Arts & Entertainment in Brief: 07/25/2014
Jacoby exhibit; Too Much Light; Leelanau artists' exhibit. (Plus more)Continued ...
Night Life Calendar: 07/25/2014
What's happening after dark:Continued ...
Movie Capsules: 07/25/2014
New this week — And So It Goes: A self-centered realtor enlists the help of his neighbor when he's suddenly left in charge of the granddaughter he never knew existed until his estranged son drops her off at his home. Rated PG-13 for some sexual references and drug elements. (GT9)Continued ...
They're going to Lovett
Six acres of horse park, horse-drawn hayrides and Lyle Lovett, it sounds like a country music match made in heaven.Continued ...
A new place for art
Visitors approaching the Dentolutions offices might mistake the sculpture outside for a giant red, avant garde toothbrush.Continued ...
TCFF's latest free venue is all 'The Buzz'
Harold “Buzz” Wilson was adamant that film should be enjoyed by all and not just those who can afford tickets.Continued ...
- Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Community in Brief: 07/24/2014
40 Years a Ranger; German Club meeting; Grief workshops. (Plus more)Continued ...
From the Farm: Nothing beats summer beets
Someday I will achieve full kitchen domination. There will always be a sweet and a savory compound butter in the freezer (just in case a friend drops in and craves a crepe), always a balanced three course meal partially prepared and ready to be whipped up.Continued ...
Rowe Inn's wine list tops in region
The Rowe Inn was ranked “Best of Award of Excellence” in Wine Spectator’s 2014 Restaurant Wine List Awards — the only restaurant in northern Michigan to earn the award.Continued ...
Chef/caterer feeds masses at equine festival
Matt Friess doesn’t know much about the horse show world. But he knows that the way to many an equestrian’s heart is through a sweet-and-tangy cherry chicken wrap.Continued ...
- Monday, July 21, 2014
Historical Photo of the Week: 07/21/2014
Can any readers identify the young women in this photo?Continued ...
News From 100 Years Ago: 07/21/2014
Dr. and Mrs. J.D. Munson, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Always and Mrs. and Mrs. G.B. Pike will attend the meeting of the joint board of Michigan State Hospitals at Newberry this week.Continued ...
Northern Notes: Volunteers make homes safer
David Abeel, director of development for Benzie Area Christian Neighbors, wrote to say that the third annual STAMP volunteer program to make homes safer, warmer and drier ran “on all pistons” this year.Continued ...
Community Newsmakers: 07/21/2014
The Traverse Area Association of Realtors board established the Judith Lindenau Leadership Grand Traverse Scholarship to honor its former long-time executive vice president, who died in May.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 07/21/2014
Plant it Wild program; Kingsley Lions.Continued ...
- Sunday, July 20, 2014
The wind kicked a hole in the Irish barn; a gaping chomp that welcomed the elements. No panic — there wasn’t much left inside, just old farm equipment and storage boxes.Continued ...
Down home weddings
Barn weddings are all the rage. Throw “rustic” or “simplicity weddings” into a Google search and the monitor explodes with burlap party favors and Mason-jar cocktails.Continued ...
Loraine Anderson: TC Film Festival rituals
July was only one week old and there I was, sitting at my dining room table engrossed in a now 10-year-old summer ritual.Continued ...
Lifelines: Miles on the mower mark important anniversaries
July contains two big family anniversaries. The first one, I forget the actual day, marks the time I mowed over Great-Grandma’s flowers by accident.Continued ...
Books in Brief: 07/20/2014
Book signings; Ice Caves author.Continued ...
Best Sellers: 07/20/2014
Best-selling books across northwest Michigan and the nation:Continued ...
- Friday, July 18, 2014
You're Needed: 07/19/2014
Volunteers are needed for Harbor Days in Elk Rapids.Continued ...
Blood Drive Calendar: 07/19/2014
Area Blood Drives: American Red Cross —Ellsworth, noon-5:45 p.m., July 22, Ellsworth Community Building, 6520 Center St.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 07/19/2014
Museum garage sale; DAR anniversary; Auditions set. (Plus more)Continued ...
- Community in Brief: 07/25/2014