Monthly Archives: August 2009

  • Fishing No-Motor Lakes Benzie County

    Whether you’re casting a line at one of these four inland lakes in Benzie County or catching a Lake Michigan charter out of Leland, Glen Arbor or Frankfort, fishing in Northern Michigan makes a relaxing and delicious day to remember.

  • Cutting Edge Healthcare: Your Information's There When They Need It

    Northern Michigan may be relatively small in population but it is cutting edge when it comes to your healthcare. Here’s the first way these medical innovations are helping you: Your medical information’s on hand when a doctor needs it.

  • Outdoors 101: Building a Fire

    There’s an art and a science to building a good fire outside. It’s easy if you do it right. Really.

  • SURVEY: Favorite Way to Spend Labor Day

    Have another great way to close summer? Tell us about it in the comment box.

  • Traverse City Microbrew and Music Festival Rocks A Rainy Night

    The first Traverse City Microbrew and Music Festival, put on by Porterhouse Productions, drew a huge crowd, 30+ breweries, lots of music and great food. Click below to see festival-goers voting their favorites!

  • Under the Eightball Premieres at the Traverse City State Theatre

    The documentary that chronicles Traverse City writer Lori Hall-Steele’s battle with a devastating illness and the search into the alarming origin of the disease in the US Government’s Bio-warfare Program. 6:30 p.m., Monday, August 31.

  • Vibrant Mushroom

    Leelanau MI, 2008. One of the bike trails.

  • Sail the Sunshine in Charlevoix

    Take a two-hour sailboat cruise in Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan aboard The Sunshine, docked in Charlevoix.

  • Boyne Summer

    Boyne City, Summertime fun down by the water!2009.

  • Cruise the Coast from Bay Harbor to the Tunnel of Trees

    Shop, eat, explore than take one of most beautiful drives in the Midwest: Bay Harbor to Petoskey, onto Harbor Springs and then cruise through the Tunnel of Trees.