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Letters 09-22-2014

Lame Duck Move

Twenty three states are controlled by Republican state legislatures and governors including Michigan. It is reported that Michigan Republicans are planning a sneak attack during the lame duck session to change the way electoral votes are allocated in presidential elections...

Lessons From The Middle East

“My enemy’s enemy is my friend.” That statement applies in the Middle East....

Student Athletes, Coaches Worth It

Are coaches at major universities overpaid? A simple Google search will show quite the opposite. These coaches do not get paid with taxpayer money. The coaches get paid by media companies, equipment companies, alumni groups, as well as revenue from ticket sales and merchandise...

Mute The Political Ads

Mark Sunday, September 14th as the opening of the flood gates, with TV political attack advertising. Fasten your seat belts until November 4th...

Topic: leelanau
Friday, January 3, 2014

Tasteful

Dining Ross Boissoneau They moved from New Mexico and Mason, John’s hometown, to the area to start the Empire Coffee Company. Only problem was they discovered they weren’t alone. “We found there were 12 or 13 Empire Coffee Companies in the country,” said John with a laugh..
 
Monday, April 21, 2014

Trish Dishes It Up in Leland

Dining Ross Boissoneau Kropp has altered the interior of the almost 20-year-old café to give it a clean, crisp look. The walls are now a vibrant green offset by a crisp white under the chair rail, with an eclectic mix of furnishings. The chalkboards announcing the day’s offerings made the jaunt from Lake Leelanau.
 
Monday, May 19, 2014

Taking Flight

Birding events and new trails expand northern Michigan’s wings

Features Bekah Klarr BEAVER ISLAND BIRDING TRAIL The new and highly anticipated Beaver Island Birding Trail will be dedicated May 23-25. As the largest island in Lake Michigan, Beaver Island provides birders the opportunity to view a large variety of bird types, especially during the migratory season.
 
Monday, September 22, 2014

A L’il Expansion in Big Taste

The Redheads Bring Bold Flavors to Leland

Dining Kristi Kates You know them from local restaurants Kejara’s Bridge and The Redheads Café. They’re popular for serving up local, organic, whole foods that support their community. Now, the dynamic duo of Sarah Landry Ryder and her sister Christen—both as redheaded as their company name—has unveiled its next venture: the L’il Leland Cafe inside Leelanau Books.
 
 
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