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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, March 16, 2015

Spiritual Rejuvenation

Features Ross Boissoneau Physical exeRtion a Release Rick Stewart is executive/worship pastor at New Hope Church in Williamsburg where he leads the praise band, sings and plays trumpet. To get away from it all, he says there’s nothing like putting on his sneakers and heading out into nature.
 
Monday, March 9, 2015

American Pub Comfort Food at State Street Grille

Dining Ross Boissoneau THE SCENE With its dark woods and numerous windows, the interior is warm and inviting, especially if you like sports; 10 large flat screen TVs ring the room, tuned to different sports channels. The bar uses the Soundog app to allow patrons at any table to listen to whichever program they like through their mobile phone or tablet.
 
Monday, March 2, 2015

Un-Jolly Green Giant

Music Ross Boissoneau He also notes the difficult work of costuming such a disparate cast. “Teter Orthotics is doing the masks for Shrek, Fiona and others,” Nichols said. The process involves creating a plaster cast of the actors’ heads so the resulting silicone masks are crafted to the shape of each individual.
 
Monday, March 2, 2015

Martha Sets the Table in Suttons Bay

Dining Ross Boissoneau THE SCENE When Ryan first moved to the area, she began waiting tables at the Leland Lodge, then later at The Cove. Then, for 20 years she was the head of food service at Leland Schools, but during her summers off, she continued to work in area restaurants.
 
Monday, March 2, 2015

Financial Advisors From All Walks of Life

Features Ross Boissoneau Wynder had considered finance in high school before following in his father’s vocational footsteps. Presented with the chance to do something completely different, he leapt at it.
 
Monday, March 2, 2015

Rethinking the Nest Egg

Features Ross Boissoneau Bucher thinks Americans are too preoccupied with their nest eggs, those savings plans or accounts that are designated for the later years in life.
 
Monday, February 23, 2015

Restaurant Roundup

Dining Ross Boissoneau Peninsula Grill Old Mission September 29 issue Auto industry veterans Jennifer and Mark Davies purchased Molly’s By Golly in the center of the Old Mission Peninsula, changing the name to the Peninsula Grill. Mark’s brother Matt and his wife Patty soon joined in the fun.
 
Monday, February 16, 2015

Bigger is Better at Full Moon

Dining Ross Boissoneau For Mark Nelson, the jump from small pizzeria to full size restaurant — complete with bar — wasn’t an easy one.
 
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 9, 2015

Tap Room Replaces Union Cantina

Dining Ross Boissoneau The restaurant group is a partnership between brothers Matt and Mark Davies and their wives Patty and Jenny. The four decided to close their Mexican-themed Union Cantina in downtown Traverse City and reopen it as Union Tap & Grill, which Matt Davies says better fits both the area and the company’s other holdings.
 
Monday, February 2, 2015

Hot Jazz For a Cold Night

Music Ross Boissoneau During one of these geek out sessions, a friend of a friend stopped by with a delivery. Enthralled by the sounds, Eddy Francisco started tap dancing along with the music. Before long, “Fast Eddy” was part of the band’s percussion section.
 
Monday, January 26, 2015

Maddy’s 31 Sets the Table

Dining Ross Boissoneau Their location along the main route from Traverse City to Interlochen, Honor and beyond is a definite plus, but Maddy’s 31 has much more to recommend it than its spot on US 31 just east of Interlochen corners.
 
Monday, January 26, 2015

Live Band or DJ?

Features Ross Boissoneau Ames lived in Charlevoix for more than 20 years before moving to Savannah, Georgia. His business partner Steve Rodriguez is a saxophonist and Soul Street’s musical director. These days, Rodriguez is based in Saginaw, but both men frequently return to northern Michigan for gigs.
 
Monday, January 19, 2015

A New Tradition at McGee's

Dining Ross Boissoneau marinated wings and risotto tater tots. Among the entrees are items from the waters —ahi tuna tacos with mango avocado relish, beer battered cod and pan-seared salmon — and from the pasture there’s veal meatloaf, bistro filet, New York strip, and bangers and mash with veal sausage and white cheddar mashed potatoes.
 
Monday, January 12, 2015

Nutrition Is Key Weapon in Battling Cancer

Dining Ross Boissoneau When it comes to the best foods to help you avoid cancer, it’s no surprise that the list includes plenty of fruits and vegetables, as well as whole grains. The list is similar for people who already have cancer, but with one important consideration. Sometimes people need to eat anything that’s appealing and doesn’t make them sick.
 
 
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