Daily Archives: March 4, 2008

  • Your Day in Cadillac

    Where to play, including cross-country skiing, downhill skiing and snowmobiling, eat and stay the night in Cadillac.

  • Ice by Any Other Name

    The crew of the mighty Icebreaker Mackinaw came up with names for the kinds of ice that clattered against the hull as the ship broke its way through.

  • Feed the Birds

    How to recycle kitchen scraps to create tasty reats for Michigan’s winter birds.

  • Scott Koontz: White Knight

    Interview with Steve Koontz, chief midnight shift snowmaker at Nub’s Nob ski resort.

  • Cary Adgate, Did You Eat Your Wheaties?

    Cary Adgate, winner of six United States National Ski Championships, cooks up a healthy breakfast to down before hitting the slopes.

  • The New Homesteaders

    Stories of three families in the Huron Mountains who chose to buck convention, consumerism and convenience for a different, simpler life – unplugged, empowered and closer to the earth.

  • Feral Pigs Are Running Wild in Northern Michigan

    Feral pigs, a hybrid escaped domestic hogs and wild boars, are multiplying and running wild in the woods of Northern Michigan.

  • Microbrewed in the North

    Two picks for great microbrews.

  • An Ode to Eggs

    A local farm family explains the ins and out of raising chickens and harvesting eggs.

  • Brewie File: Tom Buchanan

    Interview with microbrewer Tom Buchanan from Jamesport Brewing Company in Ludington.