Kids Up North: 2010 Northern Michigan Halloween Trick-of-Treat Schedule
Northern Michigan Halloween is alive with ghosts and goblins. From Traverse City to Petoskey and beyond here’s the when and where to get treats—safely.Friday Five: Five Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Northern Michigan
Five ways for adults as well as kids to celebrate Halloween in Northern Michigan, including haunted events, Halloween concerts and trick or treating.Video: Explore Stewart-Zacks, Traverse City's Oldest Home Decor Store
Wander the colors and textures of Stewart-Zacks, Traverse City’s oldest home décor store. Stewart-Zacks specializes in interior design, featuring a large selection of area rugs, quilts, fabrics, […]Kids Up North: All About Michigan Apples
Fun facts about Michigan apples and guide to Northern Michigan farm markets that sell Michigan apples.2010 Great Lake Bioneers Conference Kicks Off in Traverse City
The Great Lakes Bioneers Traverse City kicks off this week with speakers, workshops, music and food promoting wholistic solutions to the world’s challenges.Kids Up North: Turn Michigan Fall Leaves into a Fun Way to Learn
Turn Northern Michigan fall leaves into a learning and creative experience for kids with these tips from Allison Berry of the LIttle Traverse Conservancy.TripAdvisor Names Northern Michigan Color Tours in Top Ten
TripAdvisor, the world’s leading travel websites, puts Traverse area fall colors in the Top 10 fall color tours nationwide.Traverse City Business Owners Run Across Ethiopia to Give Back
Events scheduled in the Traverse area throughout October make it easy (and fun) to support the runners and their cause.Kids Up North: Be a Northern Michigan Petoskey Stone Hunter
Five tips for finding and polishing Petoskey stones, fossilized ancient coral found on the beaches in the shallows of Lake Michigan along the Northern Michigan coast.Don't Miss the 2010 Ultimate Up North Kitchen Tour October 16!
Northwest Michigan’s biggest kitchen event:13 kitchensclustered in and around Petoskey and Traverse City.50 Ready-To-Go Ways To Teach Kids About Outdoors Offered at Conference
An Environmental & Outdoor Education’s conference at U of M’s Biological Research Station focuses on engaging ways to teach science and stewardship to kids.Bon Appetit Loves Traverse City
Bon Appetit magazine names Traverse City as one of five best foodie towns in America, runner up to Boulder, CO.Kids Up North: Family Barn Dance in Harbor Springs
Hitch up the wagons on Friday, October 1, 2010, and head to the monthly barn dance at Pond Hill Farm, north of Harbor Springs.Video: Wander the Spectacular Farmlands Preserved by the GTRLC
Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy’s work to preserve Northern Michigan farmland supports the economy and ensures local foods and spectacular visitas.Northern Michigan Fall Arts Preview: Northern Michigan Musicians We Love
Check out these newer faces in the world of Northern Michigan musicians: Breathe Owl Breathe, Andrew Sturtz and Ron Getz.Kids Up North: Northern Michigan Festivals for Families This Fall
Back to school doesn’t mean the end of family fun. Northern Michigan festivals abound in the fall including these four farm-tastic autumn adventures.Traverse Magazine and MyNorth.com Backyard Makeover Contest Winner!
Greg S. from Grayling wins Traverse Magazine and MyNorth.com’s Backyard Makeover Contest, including $2,000 of furniture at Summer Place Casuals in Honor.Michigan Schooner Festival in Traverse City
The 2nd annual Michigan Schooner Festival, a Michigan Festival, sails once again on West Bay in Traverse City at Open Space Park and Clinch Park Marina.Traverse City Film Festival Cuban Film Fund
Michael Moore launches Traverse City Film Festival Cuban Film Fund, a completely legal (but embargo-busting) way to help Cuban filmmakers fund their movies.House Makes a Modern, Sustainable Architecture Statement in Elk Rapids
Nancy Baker followed her architect son’s lead, building a modern home of glass, slate and stone that strives to respect both community and environment.