Mountain Biking on Mackinac Island with the Broneah Brothers
Northern Michigan Vacation: Keegan and Matt Myers share their Mackinac Island mountain biking routine.Northern Michigan Attractions: Your Best Summer Yet
Northern Michigan Attractions: They won because you know they’re top-notch. Discover Northern Michigan’s Red Hot Best and get your summer started!Northern Michigan Attractions: Five Ways to Ace your Weekend
Northern Michigan Attractions: Make this weekend a getaway with five hoppin’ events on June 10-12, 2011.Mackinac Island: Margaret Doud Elected Mayor Again
Margaret Doud, Mackinac Island mayor for 37 years, has just been elected to a new term.Traverse City Events: Traverse Magazine, MyNorth.com Red Hot Best Bash
Traverse City Events: Traverse Magazine & MyNorth.com throw a bash for the Red Hot Best of Northern Michigan at the Turtle Creek Casino near Traverse City.Northern Michigan Travel: Shepler's Ferry v. Mackinac Island
A controversy between Mackinac Island and Shepler’s Ferry Service is on the summer’s Northern Michigan travel radar.Vote For the Red Hot Best Of Northern Michigan!
Vote for your favorite Northern Michigan events, Northern Michigan restaurants, Traverse City attractions and more in our MyNorth Red Hot Best Of contest.Three Northern Michigan Island Fall Color Tours
Three islands in Northern Michigan perfect for color tours, Beaver Island, Mackinac Island and Bois Blanc. What to see, hotels, restaurants and more.53rd Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk
Northern Michigan Labor Day means its time to walk across the Straits of Mackinac atop the Mackinac Bridge. And yes, you have to do it with your eyes open.Track the Boats on the Chicago Yacht Club to Mackinac Race
Track the Chicago to Mackinac sailboat race from the Chicago Yacht Club to Mackinac Island from your computer.Mackinac Island's Arnold Transit Co. Changes Ownership
Arnold Transit Co., a Mackinac Island ferry service owned by the Prentiss M. Brown family since 1921, has been sold to James F. Wynn.Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island Offers July "Two for Two Summer Package"
Mission Point Resort, a Mackinac Island hotel, is selling their special July “Two for Two Summer Package” for two days, on Monday, July 12 and Tuesday, July 13.Chicago to Mackinac: The Oldest Freshwater Yacht Race Knots Up for 2010
Gearing up for the 2010 Chicago to Mackinac sailboat race, 333 miles of Lake Michigan from Chicago to Mackinac Island.4th of July Fireworks and Parades in Northern Michigan
4th of July fireworks and parades happening throughout Northern Michigan including Petoskey fireworks, Crystal Mountain fireworks and Mackinac Island 4th of July fireworks.Ten Northern Michigan Outings for $30 or Less
Ten awesome Northern Michigan things to do that cost $30 or less, from a half day at Boyne’s Avalanche Park to touring Grand Traverse Lighthouse.Three Northern Michigan Weekend Getaways at Bay Harbor, Mackinac Island and Harbor Springs
Three Northern Michigan getaways, including hotels and restaurants from the posh to the quaint, including Bay Harbor, Harbor Springs and on Mackinac Island.Follow Your Nose to the 2010 Mackinac Island Lilac Festival
Mackinac Island Lilac Festival welcomes visitors from around the world to this Michigan festival from June 11-20.Explorers Set Out to Find the Fabled Northwest Passage From the Straits of Mackinac
In 1766, Fort Michilimackinac in Mackinaw City, was the portal to the American West. Forty years before Lewis and Clark’s famous expedition, two men named Carver and Tute headed out from the Straits of Mackinac to find the fabled Northwest Passage.Madame La Framboise Harbour View Inn Preserves the Story of a 19th Century French/Indian Mackinac Island Entrepreneur
Madame La Framboise Harbour View Inn has preserved the home of Magdelaine La Framboise, a 19th century rags-to-riches story of a young half-French, half-Native American widow who went on to become one of Mackinac Island’s most successful entrepreneurs and philanthropists.The Gruesome Medical Breakthrough of Dr. William Beaumont on Mackinac Island
When Dr. William Beaumont, a Mackinac Island Army doctor in 1822, realized he could dip food into a wounded voyageur’s stomach and watch what happened, he knew he was onto something big. Dr. William Beaumont’s ensuing decade of experiments changed the medical world. The life of his human guinea pig was changed from the beginning.