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Letters 02-23-2015

Vaccines And Israel Apparently Stephen Tuttle thinks that whatever he writes is accepted as fact according to his February 9th article titled “Outrageous.”

Turn Your Lights On I’ve mentioned this before in this column, but here we go again.

Measles Facts, Not Fear I am responding to Mr. Steven Tuttle, who stated in a recent column that politicians who support parents’ rights to make vaccine choices for their children are promoting fear mongering rather than science.

Media Or President? Fox’s Heather Childers took exception to President Obama’s use of the term “YOLO” (you only live once) in a healthcare.gov promotional video by responding with “Well, you know who’s not alive? Kayla Mueller.”

Silence Cheapens Us All Brian Williams, the deposed NBC news anchor, was recently crucified upside down on the cross of conservative obscenities.

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Monday, February 23, 2015

Inside Northern Michigan’s Chef-Making Machine

Features Patrick Sullivan “That whole system was kind of outmoded,” Laughlin said. “I think in the late ‘60s and ‘70s, more things were processed. The trend was — with a lot of restaurants, except your very high-end ones — that you had a kitchen manager that scheduled lowskilled line cooks that were basically preparing almost prepackaged stuff, heating things up.
 
Monday, February 23, 2015

Where Should We Dine Tonight?

 
Monday, February 23, 2015

Behind the Chefs: What They Cook at Home

Features Kristi Kates Favorite Thing He Cooks at Home: “Unless I’m working on a new item for the restaurant, I rarely cook Asian food at home. My pizza stone, however, gets a lot of use. I keep preportioned dough in the freezer and always have San Marzano tomatoes, fresh moz zarella.
 
Monday, February 16, 2015

Health Matters in Michigan

Features Ross Boissoneau he Mitten State is exporting health -- supplements, technology, and ideas -- and as such has emerged as a leader. Michigan ranks in the top 10 states for manufacturing medical devices, and its leading companies stretch from Kalamazoo to Grand Rapids to northern Michigan.
 
Monday, February 16, 2015

Still Pure Michigan

Features Patrick Sullivan The East Lansing native assumed brand leadership of Pure Michigan on Dec. 1, following a 15- year career teaching at Temple University’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management in Philadelphia and serving as vice president of marketing for the Pocono Mountains Visitor Bureau.
 
Monday, February 16, 2015

Making Vape at Purebacco

Features Bridgette Steele Purebacco of Gaylord is one of two Michigan companies responsible for making Michigan third in the nation in e-liquid manufacturing, with products in nearly 700 retail locations nationwide.
 
Monday, February 16, 2015

Gaylord: Cross-Country Skiing Paradise

Features Mike Terrell Gaylord is arguably one of the best cross-country towns in the lower peninsula. The village has a charming alpine motif with mansard roofs, textured stucco and shake shingles alongside balconies, painted flower boxes and A-frames that bring a bit of Switzerland to northern Michigan.
 
Monday, February 16, 2015

Michigan Products Go Global!

Features Kristi Kates WE CHOOSE TO STAY IN MICHIGAN BE- CAUSE: “As a kid, my father (Spoon Foods co-founder Justin Rashid) summered at a farm in Wildwood, 12 miles east of Petoskey. When it came time to figure out where to settle, he remembered what a wonderful childhood he’d had here, so that’s where he and my mother ended up, and that’s where Spoon Foods began.
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

2015 Traverse City Winter Comedy Arts Festival

Features Beth Milligan From one of the country’s biggest political comedians to a blockbuster film director to a roster of returning standup favorites and up-and-coming comedic talents, the 2015 Traverse City Winter Comedy Arts Festival has something for everyone. Here’s our guide to the star-studded lineup of guests stepping up to the mic Feb.
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

Are You Kidding?

Features Patrick Sullivan Local improv group Good On Paper offers workshops in on-the-spot performance and two standup comedy promoters, Falling Down Stairs and Rotten Cherries, run open mic nights that give would-be wags a chance to test their stuff. Now, locals can watch comics take to the stages around town several nights each month.
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

February Festival

Features Kristi Kates The first day of spring is only about six weeks away, but there’s still a whole lot of winter fun to be had around northern Michigan! Check out these February winter festivals that’ll have you dining, bowling, skating, dating and more.
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

Skating is Great!

Features Kristi Kates Got a chill? Warm up in the lodge’s cafeteria or snag pizza in the Slopeside Lounge. COST: Complimentary COOL FACTOR: The ski hill towering above the rink as you skate is as close as you can get to an alpine feel without heading to the U.P. It’s got the highest vertical drop in lower Michigan at 552 feet.
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

A Freshwater Valentine

Features Kristi Kates Boyne City’s popular Chocolate-Covered Boyne event takes place Valentine’s weekend (February 13-14) and, in addition to all of the shop sales and foodie fun, the city’s Freshwater Gallery is putting on its annual themed concert to amp up the holiday..
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

Everything You Need to Know About the Traverse City Winter Comedy Arts Festival

Features Kristi Kates Princess Bride. And, in case you didn’t get your tix quickly enough, the State will air a simulcast of Bill Maher’s performance. Also returning to Comedy Fest are Doug Benson and his roster of guest comedians in the must-see “Doug Loves Movies,” a hilarious podcast all about movies that’ll be recorded live at the Old Town Playhouse.
 
Monday, February 9, 2015

Discomfort in the Spotlight

Features Patrick Sullivan Fisher: I’m a dock installer. I have not been in trouble in 20 years. I do my job. I go home every night. I raise my son by myself. My ex-wife, we raised one 50-50; I raised one all by myself. He turned out to be a great kid. Graduated high school. He’s now playing junior hockey.
 
 
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