Letters

Letters 03-02-2015

American Exceptualism Rudy Giuliani was espousing his opinion to Fox News that Barack Obama did not love America and didn’t brag enough about “American Exceptionalism.”

Fur Is Not Chic When my 25-pound dog stepped in a toothed steel leg hold trap a few ft off the trail, I learned how “unchic” fur is. I had to carry her out two miles to get to a vet.

Which Is More Dangerous? Just a couple of thoughts I had in response to the letters by Gordon Lee Dean and Jarin Weber in the Feb. 23 issue. Mr. Dean claims that there have been zero deaths from the measles in the past ten years.

Real Action on Climate In “Climate Madness” in the Feb. 9 issue, the writer points out that scientists are all but unanimous and that large numbers of people agree: global warming poses a threat to future generations.

Real Science Wolfgang Pauli, the Nobel Prize winning Austrian-born theoretical physicist, was known not only for his work in postulating the existence of the neutrino but feared for his razor-edged humor.

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Monday, January 2, 2012

Snurfing anyone?

Features Rick Coates Sherman Poppen leaned back in his chair and a big smile came to his face as the Gold Medal was placed around the neck of Shaun White during the 2010 Winter Olympics. While the redheaded White is the international face of snowboarding today, Poppen is the grandfather of the snowboard.
 
Monday, October 29, 2012

Life or Death at a Dollar Store

Four years after a violent armed robbery, a Petoskey woman faces charges

Features Patrick Sullivan Tina Marie Stoll faces charges of armed robbery, her fate literally hanging by a hair. She left for Tennessee days after the robbery, but was brought back to Michigan once lab tests confirmed a hair found at the crime scene matched her mitochondrial DNA profile.
 
Monday, July 22, 2013

So You Want to Be a STUNTMAN…

Features Erin Crowell Now 52 years old, the founder of 45th Parallel Productions in Traverse City had injured his back while serving with the U.S. Army’s elite Airborne Rangers unit when he was in his early 20s. A parachute failure caused Eiden to fall several hundred feet, landing him in a hospital bed where doctors told the young man he’d be lucky to walk.
 
Monday, July 29, 2013

Tasteful

Dining Ross Boissoneau The menu is the brainchild of chef D.J. Flynn. A veteran of the food service industry in the area, Flynn previously served as executive chef at Bay Harbor and also worked at Tapawingo, the late lamented Ellsworth eatery that regularly topped the state’s best restaurant lists.
 
Monday, January 27, 2014

New Feast

Torches Calories, Too

Features Mike Terrell The cost of the event is $79 per person, which includes trail pass, transportation and five food stations paired with Michigan beers and wines. The Nordic Center in the Jones Pro Shop is the meeting place and first food station. There are assorted miniquiches and a Greek yogurt bar with lots of flavors to start.
 
Monday, May 12, 2014

Howard Schelde

Traverse City’s Original Restaurateur Looks Back, Ahead

Features Patrick Sullivan In Chicago, Schelde discovered Mr. Steak restaurants, opened one in Grand Rapids, and bought the franchise rights to Traverse City before ever coming here. In 1973, while Mr. Steak was under construction on Munson Ave., Schelde learned of a sprawling Victorian mansion/restaurant for sale on Old Mission Peninsula.
 
Monday, May 19, 2014

The Beach Boys Are Back

Music Kristi Kates Now touring with Mike Love in the frontman position (Brian Wilson retired from touring with the band in 2012), the band includes Bruce Johnston, guitarist Scott Totten, bass player Randall Kirsh, keyboardist Tim Bonhomme, and The Cowsills’s John Cowsill on drums and vocals.
 
Monday, July 14, 2014

Revving It for Father Fred

Catholic chaplain. Counselor. One of America’s “1000 Points of Light.”

Features Kristi Kates This special trek runs from Blue Star Drive up the east side of the Old Mission Peninsula to the lighthouse. The ride pivots along West Bay, and ends back at Streeters for a special Sunday brunch that welcomes all riders, sponsors, and guests..
 
Monday, August 18, 2014

Slim Cuts, Rich Palettes Define Fall Menswear

Color is back, slim is in, and denim’s set to dominate.

Features Kristi Kates Menswear experts Craig Ryan of Craig Ryan Fine Menswear, The Clothes Post owner Jeff Pagel, Ella’s Men’s Stylist Salvador Cisneros, and Captain’s Quarters’ owner Maurie Allen say that choices for men are getting more colorful, with better fabrics and styling.
 
 
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