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Letters 05-18-2015

Will History Repeat Itself? What large patterns or trends can guide our ideas about the next century? We can look at the history of Easter Island as a warning about the dangers of a future crisis.

Applauding Michigan’s Renewable Standards Recently, state legislators introduced dueling initiatives that would impact the state’s existing Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) expiring at the end of the year very differently.

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Restaurant Roundup

Features Ross Boissoneau Over the past few months, we’ve profiled 10 area eateries from Elberta to Harbor Springs. As part of our RestauranTour issue, here’s a recap of those stories:
 
Monday, May 11, 2015

The Morel of the Story

Features Kristi Kates This phrase might be foreign to those not living in northern Michigan, where picking morel mushrooms has been a tradition for decades, complete with the stories about where to find them, how to find them and tall tales about just how big they can get.
 
Monday, May 11, 2015

Vined & Dined

Features Nick Beadleston Guests who love TentBar’s location, but are looking for a sit-down dining experience, will be excited to hear that Big Little Wines, which shares Mawby’s production facilities, plans to host at least two summer vineyard dinners later this season..
 
Monday, May 11, 2015

Up North

Features Kristi Kates Their new restaurant will be “a new American smokehouse,” where farm-to-table dining meets smoke as an ingredient/flavoring in such dishes as smoked fish and housesmoked pastrami..
 
Monday, May 11, 2015

Outdoor Seating for Six

Features Bridgette Steele

A half-dozen places to enjoy a meal in the sun

Michiganders relish spring the way only those who’ve survived a long, sub-zero winter can. Spring drives us to abandon our shuttered homes, seek the fresh warm air and maybe grab a bite to eat along the way — hopefully outdoors.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

D'Ambrosio Brings Hollywood to Harbor Springs

Music Kristi Kates He was the world’s longest running Phantom in Broadway’s “The Phantom of the Opera,” holding the title for more than a decade and portraying the renowned character in more than 2,600 performances of the Tony Award-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber musical..
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Dates 05-04-2015

Dates Jamie Kauffold Wear your decorated bra over your t-shirt on Sat., May 9 for the 21st Annual Sue DeYoung/Judy Edger Breast Cancer 5K Walk & Run. Proceeds benefit the Charlevoix County Circle of Strength Foundation, to provide mammograms for women in need, & the Health Dept.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Round’s serves hometown from scratch

Dining Ross Boissoneau As it turns out, the name is more than just a comment on the architecture. The diner on Eighth Street just west of Garfield started out as Jeff ’s Grill in 1947, then it became the Circle Inn. When Bill Round bought it in 1957, he renamed it Round’s Circle Inn.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Letters 05-04-2015

Letters

I Love The Eighth Street Changes I read the letter in the 4/13 paper about not liking the Eighth Street changes, and it spurred me to let you know that I do like the Eighth Street changes, as do many of my neighboring residents.

Michigan Taxes Equal Uncompetitive State Michigan has been losing population. According to the eighth edition of the “Rich States, Poor States” report released by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), states with low taxes have been gaining population.

“Déjà Vu, All Over Again!” Sometimes that Yogi Berra quote is pitch perfect.  Back in 1993, Michigan’s roads were falling apart. Governor Engler refused to raise motor fuel taxes -- he issued bonds instead and kicked that problem down the road.

No To Fracking I would like to respond to the article in the Apr 27th issue regarding fracking.

Find Something Better Our politicians in Lansing love to talk about “no more taxes.” I agree that they seem to be against any new taxes on the very wealthy and businesses, but seem to have no problem increasing taxes on the poor and the middle class.

 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Petoskey, Past & Present

Features Kristi Kates During the year he spent writing the book, Federspiel collaborated with Rebecca Zeiss on the photography. Zeiss created present day versions of the vintage photos Federspiel had unearthed, so the images could be compared side-by-side..
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Foster Family Odyssey

Features Patrick Sullivan Melissa and David West wanted to expand their family of four. With two biological children already, they decided to embark on the adoption process through the foster care system. They had one caveat: they didn’t want to become a revolving door for foster kids.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Swing into Swirl!

Features Kristi Kates CITY SUPPORT Swirl was an immediate hit with the Petoskey community. As the events evolved, they were also refined; sometimes CTAC would connect the food and wine to the art with a theme, other times the refreshments would take advantage of seasonal ingredients.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Clayton Brown

Features Kristi Kates Clayton Brown wasn’t always the small business powerhouse he is today. As a young man, he was like so many others in the Saginaw area who came north in to ski. But while visiting Boyne Mountain and Nub’s Nob, Brown was falling in love with life Up North and searching for a way to make the area his permanent home.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Mother Jarvis’ Crusade

Features Bridgette Steele Anyone planning to purchase a gift and a greeting card this Mother’s Day owes Anna Jarvis an apology. For the woman credited with establishing Mother’s Day in the U.S.
 
Monday, May 4, 2015

Zipping Along at the Zoo-De-Mack

Features Kristi Kates “It didn’t start out as a business,” Greg Drawbaugh laughed. “We just thought it was such a cool road! So we went back and biked it ourselves with a few friends, had a lot of fun, and thought, hey, maybe we should get some other people here to have fun, too.
 
 
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