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Letters 08-29-2016

Religious Bigotry President Obama has been roundly criticized for his apparent unwillingness to use the term “radical Islamic terrorism.” His critics seem to suggest that through the mere use of that terminology, the defeat of ISIS would be assured...

TC DDA: Focus On Your Mission What on earth is the Traverse City DDA thinking? Purchasing land around (not within) its TIF boundaries and then offering it at a discount to developers? That is not its mission. Sadly enough, it is already falling down on the job regarding what is its mission. Crosswalks are deteriorating all around downtown, trees aren’t trimmed, sidewalks are uneven. Why can’t the DDA do a better job of maintaining what it already has? And still no public restrooms downtown, despite all the tax dollars captured since 1997. What a joke...

European-Americans Are Boring “20 Fascinating People” in northern Michigan -- and every single one is European-American? Sorry, but this is journalistically incorrect. It’s easy for editors to assign and reporters to write stories about people who are already within their personal and professional networks. It’s harder to dig up stuff about people you don’t know and have never met. Harder is better...

Be Aware Of Lawsuit While most non-Indians were sleep walking, local Odawa leaders filed a lawsuit seeking to potentially have most of Emmet County and part of Charlevoix County declared within their reservation and thus under their jurisdiction. This assertion of jurisdiction is embedded in their recently constructed constitution as documentation of their intent...

More Parking Headaches I have another comment to make about downtown TC parking following Pat Sullivan’s recent article. My hubby and I parked in a handicap spot (with a meter) behind Mackinaw Brew Pub for lunch. The handicap spot happens to be 8-10 spaces away from the payment center. Now isn’t that interesting...

Demand Change At Women’s Resource Center Change is needed for the Women’s Resource Center for the Grand Traverse Area (WRCGT). As Patrick Sullivan pointed out in his article, former employees and supporters don’t like the direction WRCGT has taken. As former employees, we are downright terrified at the direction Juliette Schultz and Ralph Soffredine have led the organization...

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Best of Boyne/Charlevoix

None - March 29th, 2012  

Boating, skiing, hiking, golf...the list goes on for things to do in the Boyne/Charlevoix area. Then there are the non-recreational activities: shopping and dining. Here’s what our readers said to check out when NOT enjoying all that recreational fun.

HANGING OUT

All-round hangout: Red Mesa; Cafe Sante TIE
20-something hangout: Cafe Sante
Live music: Cafe Sante
Happy hour: Cafe Sante; Red Mesa
Place to meet singles: Red Mesa
Place for a first date: Cafe Sante

SHOPPING

Hair Salon: Red Brick
Spa services: Boyne Solace
Window displays: Bird’s Nest
Place to pamper your pet: Northern Pet
Athletic gear shop: Northern Boundaries
Store staff: Boyne Country Sports
Independent apparel: Birds Nest
Place for chocolate: Kilwins
New store: Boyne Country Provisions
Shop for romance: Xpectations

Jewelry store: Beyond Borders
Eclectic Gifts store: Inspired Living


DINING

Restaurant staff: Cafe Sante
Healthiest restaurant: Red Mesa
Wine tasting destination: Boyne Country Provisions
Lunch: Cafe Sante
Bar food: Boyne River
Breakfast: Water Street Cafe
Family restaurant: Red Mesa
Gourmet restaurant: Grey Gables
Pasta: Bella Vita
Mexican: Red Mesa
Appetizers/small plates: Cafe Sante; Red Mesa TIE
Salads: Weathervane
Burger: BRI Boyne
Seafood: Weathervane
Steak: Grey Gables
Desserts: Water Street Cafe
Outdoor deck scene: Cafe Sante
New restaurant: Cafe Sante

 
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