Daily Archives: August 4, 2010

  • Doug Stanton's Op Ed in The New York Times

    The New York Times bestselling author and Traverse City Native puts the spotlight on the oil spill in the Kalamazoo River in a New York Times op ed.

  • Circle of Blue's Carl Ganter Wants To Change How We Think About Water

    Traverse City’s Carl Ganter, founder of Circle of Blue, wants to dramatically improve how the world deals with water and he’s taken the world stage to do so.

  • Born to Be Wild: Centenarian Lou Batori and Wife, Judith, Hit the Highway

    An interview with Glen Arbor’s Lou and Judith Batori who travel the country on their Honda Gold Wing, bicycle and downhill ski at ages 100 and 91.

  • Video: Cane Toads Director Mark Lewis Talks 3-D, Filmmaking and Traverse City

    Mark Lewis, writer/directory of the documentary film Cane Toads: The Conquest, discusses filmmaking, Traverse City Film Festival audiences and 3-D as “toys for boys.”

  • Video: Paul Gordon, David Hartstein and The Happy Poet at the Traverse City Film Festival

    Interview with Paul Gordon, writer/director/lead actor, and David Hartstein, producer, of “The Happy Poet,” a film well-received at the Traverse City Film Festival.

  • Sunrise Mission Point