September 25, 2021

Brighid Driscoll | Author


A Matter of Life & Breath

Sept. 18, 2021

When it comes to cooking, you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone opposed to throwing in a few extra cloves of garlic. Humans have used and loved the aromatic herb for thousands of years, with early uses being culinary, medicinal, and even spiritual. Though we no longer use it to ward off o... Read More >>

Where Did All the Ubers Go?

Sept. 18, 2021

Is there a better airport experience to be had at Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City?

I don't think so.

The postage-sized airport is pleasant. It's clean and quiet, and its small size makes for a simple, streamlined experience. Never have I dreaded navigating a long T... Read More >>

Visual + Aural Alchemy

Sept. 11, 2021

Dana C. Fear has a name that sounds like a sentence.

“I’ve just realized that in the last couple of years, ‘Oh! my name is a sentence,’ she says. “Maybe it’s because I’m a bit of an over-thinker, but what I realized too is, it’s not ... Read More >>

Roll Out the Barrel: The Cedar Polka Fest is Back

Aug. 21, 2021

The village of Cedar is home to roughly 900 people, but every year for one weekend, the little village sees 2,000 to 3,000 visitors who are there all in the name of polka. When Polish immigrants settled in Cedar in the 1800s, they brought their culture and a strong sense of community. The... Read More >>

Lighthouse Getaways

July 31, 2021

Though they’re rarely necessary to guide Great Lakes ships home anymore, Michigan’s lighthouses are still alluring destination points for travelers, photographers, and history buffs. What draws us to these relics of Michigan’s storied past? Their grand stature? The myste... Read More >>