Living Through a Friend Who is Living Through Hurricane Ian
A very good friend of mine who lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida has been sharing with me what she has been going through regarding hurricane, Ian.
A Long Standing GR Inside Joke Has Become An Actual Event
I'm sure that when this word was first uttered, it was by a 12-year-old boy just minutes after the first ArtPrize was announced. But the joke is now REAL.
Plan Ahead: West Michigan Fairs and Festivals October 1-15
We have more harvest festivals along with cultural festivals and art festivals. There is plenty of food, drink, entertainment, and fun for all ages.
Thieves Lead Cops Into Detroit on the Slowest High-Speed Chase Ever
This had to be one of the slowest 'High-Speed' chases in history as thieves hauling construction equipment on I-75 led cops into the city of Detroit.
Will Michiganders Have To Pay Taxes on Their Student Loan Forgiveness?
Student loan forgiveness will help millions of Americans, but here in Michigan: will you have to pay taxes on that gift?
This Cozy Cabin in the U.P. Was Named Best Cabin Airbnb in Michigan
Nothing says Pure Michigan like a quaint lakeside cabin in the woods, and there's one in the Upper Peninsula that's the poster child for cozy cabins everywhere.
Michigan Airport’s New Virtual Reality Flight Board Has To Be Seen To Be Believed
Delta is offering the future in flying, and you'll only find it Detroit. Here's a walk through of what Airport Parallel Reality really is.
9 Famous People You Might Not Know Were Buried In Michigan
Some of these famous people were born in Michigan but now all of them have made the mitten state their final resting place.
The Fall is Not Too Late To Seed and Feed Your Michigan Lawn
Most people usually seed or feed their lawn between August 15 and September 15 but looking at the weather, you still have time for both.