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Letters 11-17-2014

by Dr. Buono in the November 10 Northern Express. While I applaud your enthusiasm embracing a market solution for global climate change and believe that this is a vital piece of the overall approach, it is almost laughable and at least naive to believe that your Representative Mr.

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Pigstock TC 2014

Features Kristi Kates This extensive three-day course teaches whole animal use and charcuterie (meat preparation) practices. Now in its fifth year, it’s been praised for expanding the knowledge of both pros and everyday cooks, and for encouraging responsible and inventive use of ingredients.
 
Monday, September 22, 2014

What ’ll I t Be?

Conversations with Some of the Region’s Most Beloved Bartenders

Features Kristi Kates There are bartenders, and then there are legends. Here we celebrate the latter, four locals who serve locals and boast stories like few others. Read about their habits, their histories, and their signature drinks [and by the way, have your own legendary local bartender of choice? Email us at info@northernexpress.
 
Monday, September 15, 2014

Gourmet by the Bay

Dining Kristi Kates

Come Labor Day, Harbor Springs could call it good. Instead, the quaint resort town steps it up with its annual Taste of Harbor Springs, an extensive lineup of culinary tastings on its waterfront. Immersed in the crisp fall air and falling leaves, the Taste also offers plenty of friendly mingling with fellow foodies, who are often wrapped up in their plush fleece coats.

 
Monday, September 8, 2014

Twice the Fun at Hops and Props

There’s beer and boats … and then there’s hops and props.

Music Kristi Kates The breweries will be arriving from all over Michigan, and will include brews from Bells, Dark Horse, Shorts, Founders, Mitten, Hideout, North Peak, Rochester Mills, New Holland, and Arcadia Brewing Companies, plus offerings from The Livery, Douglas Valley Winery, Bardic Wells Meadery, Virtue Cider, and many more.
 
Monday, September 8, 2014

From Beulah to Greenland and Beyond

Features Kristi Kates “It’s a great place for day trips and skillbuilding programs, while still being a very nicely habitable region with good food, art, and culture, and it’s only gotten better,” he said. “It’s also a great springboard for our programs on lakes Michigan and Superior, as well as Alaska and Greenland, since it has a good airport and access to supplies.
 
Monday, September 8, 2014

Breezing Through the Tunnel of Trees

Features Kristi Kates The fall edition of this year’s Cycling Classic is set for Sept. 13, with a trio of routes. All offer beautiful glimpses of Lake Michigan, farmland, horse pastures, and that jaw-dropping foliage..
 
Monday, September 1, 2014

Frankie Ballard Headlines Country Jamboree

Music Kristi Kates LIKE NOTHING ELSE Festival organizer Chris Cook has been running the festival grounds in Buckley for the past three years. Over that time, he said, they’ve hosted a lot of country concerts, but this is the first time they’ve focused specifically on a full-speedahead, all-country event.
 
Monday, September 1, 2014

The Sweet Smell of Success at Lavender Hill Farm

Features Kristi Kates FRESH FARM While neither Linda nor Roy Longworth had any farming background prior to buying the land that would become Lavender Hill, they loved to garden and, most of all, felt a sense of urgency upon hearing that the farm property would be sold at auction.
 
Monday, September 1, 2014

Scott Craig’s Stories Next Door

Features Kristi Kates DRIVEWAY MOMENTS Most often compared to Paul Harvey – and to what many IPR listeners will remember as “driveway moments” in which listeners stayed glued to the radio until each story’s conclusion – the real people in each of Craig’s capsule stories could be neighbors.
 
Monday, August 25, 2014

They've Got Moxie

Think you know folk music? Familiar with traditional instruments?

Music Kristi Kates The songs that they play may have a foundation in the traditional, but they run them all through their own unique filter, a process that started almost 10 years ago when Ladio and Lynn met at the Michigan American String Teachers Association camp in Howell, Mich.
 
Monday, August 25, 2014

From Chants to Muzak: Work Music Through the Ages

Music Kristi Kates Work songs have been documented since people started keeping track of history itself. From domestic trades to agricultural work, sea shanties to cowboy songs, chain gang chants to paperboys hawking their wares, tunes have long been utilized for a range of productive reasons.
 
Monday, August 25, 2014

Dennos Welcomes Two New Modern Exhibitions

Features Kristi Kates Li Hongbo’s work involves the stacking of thousands of sheets of paper, using glue and pressure to hold them together. Sawing, cutting, and later fine-tuning with sandpaper, he crafts the paper into sculptures that mimic marble.
 
Monday, August 18, 2014

Emmet County Fair Welcomes Joe Nichols and More

Persistence equals success in Nashville … and in Petoskey.

Music Kristi Kates

Country music singer Joe Nichols – whose latest single, “Yeah,” hit number one on the U.S. Country Airplay chart last month and just became his fourth gold single – knows the value of not giving up. At the age of 19, Nichols was signed to Intersound Records, where he released his first album, 1996’s “Joe Nichols.” The album didn’t sell, and Intersound dropped him.

 
Monday, August 18, 2014

The 2014 Men of Rock

Music Kristi Kates

This year’s Men of Rock list runs the gamut: From soulful singles to electronica to straightforward alt-rock, all of these artists share standout vocals, strong personalities, and plenty of talent. What makes them unique is their individual approaches to their tunes. This isn’t a popularity contest, though. Justin Bieber and Jay-Z get enough attention as it is. The following men of rock are causing a stir because of their innovation, music, and accomplishments. Check ‘em out.

 
Monday, August 18, 2014

May Erlewine’s Emotional Journey

Music Kristi Kates

Music runs in May Erlewine’s blood. Her father, Michael Erlewine, was active in the Michigan folk music scene, collaborating with the likes of Bob Dylan and Iggy Pop. He also founded the online All Music Guide in the early ‘90s, where it became a pop culture source for music fans worldwide.

 
 
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