Monthly Archives: July 2009

  • Spirited Opening of the Traverse City Film Festival

    Balloon creations, music, Michael Moore and a great party set the festival tone on Traverse City’s Front Street.

  • Traverse City Film Festival Review: The Girlfriend Experience

    Director Steven Soderbergh misses the mark with his film, The Girlfriend Experience, about a prostitute, shown at the Traverse City Film Festival.

  • Talking Wine with Gills Pier Winery in Leelanau County

    Kris and Ryan Sterkenburg talk about their vineyard, their land and their wines at Gill’s Pier Winery, north of Leland in Leelanau County.

  • Boat Buying Guide: 12 Models to Match Your Northern Michigan Style

    Pros from around the North point you toward the powerboat that’s right for you in this Northern Michigan Boat Buyers Guide.

  • Old Mission Gourmet Kayak Trip

    Uncommon Adventures pairs fab food with marvelous kayaking on the Lake Michigan shore of Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City.

  • Traverse City Film Festival Movie Goers Offer Reviews

    MyNorth.com caught up with attendees of the Traverse City Film Festival after the first day of films and asked what they saw and what they liked, including Crude, Water Life and Lemon Tree.

  • Rich Brauer Named Michigan Filmmaker of the Year

    Traverse City’s own got the nod from Michael Moore and the Traverse City Film Festival, winning the honor of Michigan Filmmaker of the Year.

  • Fun Festivals in Charlevoix and Chain of Lakes Region

    Four festivals filled with kids activities, parades, boat parades, fireworks and lots of music in Elk Rapids, Eastport and Charlevoix.

  • Northern Michigan Waterside Dining: 65 Gorgeous Picks

    65 Northern Michigan restaurants that serve a waterview, from Mackinac Island to Traverse City to Pentwater and everywhere in between.

  • Towering Flower

    Simple Fields of ordinary beauty. Gaylord, MI 2009