Ever heard of Douglass Houghton, the man who left an indelible mark on Michigan’s geology? Uncover the life and mysteries of the state’s first geologist whose passion led him to the rocky shores of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Dive into this gripping tale and discover how one man’s legacy continues to shape Michigan today.
Discover the fascinating world of Michigan Rockhounding. Meet the enthusiasts, explore popular spots, and learn how to identify your treasures. Ready to dig in?
The past few years here in America have been pretty rough. But my recent attendance at the Wheatland Music Festival in Remus, Michigan, has done mighty things for my soul.
The “Satanic Panic” over D&D began forty-three years ago when James Dallas Egbert III disappeared from his dorm room at Michigan State University in East Lansing. The media attention garnered as part of the search for Egbert, and the investigation into his disappearance was the catalyst for what is now known as the Satanic Panic.
Michigan author Sarah Zettel has always known what she wants to be. She set her mind to becoming an author in college and has never …
Isaac Diener, a 46-year-old photographer living in the town of Hancock in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula, is obsessed. He loves the sky, mainly the night sky, …
Here are 5 tips and tricks for getting great Michigan vacation photos this year. Several of the photos shown here were taken with simply a cell phone. It’s not about your equipment, it’s how you set up your shot.
There is an oasis of quiet green in the heart of Lansing. Cooley Gardens & Scott Sunken Gardens is a public park with trees, plants, flowers, and history. While it is a popular wedding venue, it remains one of the best-kept secrets in Lansing’s downtown.