It was just one of those pie-in-the-sky ideas. For years, longtime wine aficionados Michael Goodell and his wife, Mary Northcutt, toyed with the idea of opening their own winery.
Earlier this spring, I booked a mini vacation at one of my favorite places on earth. A few days later, a coworker stopped me by the coffee machine. “Did you hear that story about Bay View on NPR this morning?”
Whether traveling with a significant other, longtime friends, or even solo, a bed and breakfast is the perfect place to enjoy all the comforts of home without actually being in your own.
A long-running southwestern Michigan wine festival gets new digs this year.
We rounded up some of the state’s most niche events, celebrating everything from fishflies to Elvis
A new approach to tourism in Detroit hopes to capitalize on the public’s hankering for a good ghost story
Turtle Lake Resort is the land of the free and the home of the bare
Hoisting the sails (and an adult beverage or two) with the nation’s oldest boat club
Participants relive their childhoods and forge new friendships
Travel along M-72 and you’re only steps away from the ‘holy water’ for generations of trout anglers
Previewing Detroit Public Television's new documentary about the iconic hotel, debuting in March
Stay for a spell at resort, which features Cottages at Water’s Edge for ultimate rest and relaxation
Thundering Aspens Sportsman Club is bringing back a favorite of hunters
The already-picturesque Porcupine Mountains transform with brilliant fall foliage
Pray among the pines in Hartwick Pines State Park’s log-cabin chapel
The aurora borealis shimmer above Isle Royale National Park
The shore at Leland is a treasure unto itself
Detroit Institute of Arts exhibition goes on a photographic tour of the United States of America
The Round Island Lighthouse, a National Register of Historic Places site, stands as a symbol of the Great Lakes
Operated by a community of monks, the Jampot sells organic confections in Michigan’s Upper (upper) Peninsula