TRAVERSE CITY — The national journalism service organization Report for America has announced it will partner with Interlochen Public Radio an…
The tiny honeybee lives a life of purpose — that of serving its hive. It choreographs a dance humans depend on and humans threaten.
Rolling sand dunes meet turquoise waters. Vineyards form pleasing pastoral patterns. Farmhouses and fish shanties. Stunning sunsets. Leelanau Peninsula is a feast for the eyes. Not surprisingly, it also inspires and nourishes its art communities. A number of outdoor events are on the summer calendar geared for both artists and art appreciators. Watch a professional paint in real time, peruse a summer morning art fair or try your creative hand at capturing Leelanau’s many moods. Let Leelanau be your muse.
Hunched over, atop her mountain bike, Susan Vigland’s joy-fueled grin gives away that she’s having the time of her life when she’s competing in Bell’s Iceman Cometh Challenge.
Name: Lisa Moberly. Restaurant: Rad.ish Street Food — with two locations at the Coin Slot in downtown Traverse City, and inside Stone Hound Brewing Co.
While we may agree that the word “brunch” is a combination of the words breakfast and lunch, how we partake of brunch in northern Michigan can be wildly different.