October 3, 2023

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Top of the Wine List

How much are you willing to spend for that special occasion bottle of wine? You’re out at dinner, celebrating a birthday or anniversary or promotion, and as you scan the wine list, you decide to spring for the bottle with a few extra zeroes. Maybe you opt for the sparkle of Dom Pérignon or find ... Read More >>

The School to Work Pipeline at NMC

College grads—whether they get a two-year or four-year degree—tend to have an employment rate ranging from 70 to 80 percent. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that “of the 391,000 20- to 29-year-olds who completed an associate degree between January and October 2022, 72.6 percent were employed in October 2022.” We connected with ... Read More >>

Sweet Treats for Summertime

We all scream for ice cream, fall in line for fudge, and even queue up for chocolate (we see you, Kilwins), but we are also quite barmy for baked goods. Cookies, donuts, European pastries—we love them all. So in the spirit of our Ingredients Issue, here are three bakeries whose delicious delectables are tempting our ... Read More >>

August Art Shows

August is art season throughout northern Michigan. From picturesque landscapes to the creatures from your dreams, there’s something for every viewer and collector in all media types. Channel your inner art critic and enjoy the visual beauty of these fleeting summer exhibits. 1. A New Perspective: Landscapes from the Dennos Museum Center Dennos Museum Center, ... Read More >>

Camping Must-Haves

Northern Michigan is a prime region for all things camping. Campgrounds big and small are easy to come by, whether you’re sojourning in a tent, RV, or hammock. (There are also cabins, lodges, and yurts for those who need more than the bare necessities.) When it comes to gear for your trip, look no further ... Read More >>

A River Towns Special: Welcome to Manistee, Cheboygan, and Roscommon

By Alexandra Dailey, Sarahbeth Ramsey, and Rachel Pasche While crystal blue lakes and bays draw people to northern Michigan, some of the wildest, purest waters you’ll find flow in our rivers. And the towns you’ll find alongside these waterways hold just as much magic, offering a slower pace and a connection to nature you can’t ... Read More >>

Lighting Up the Sky: Five fireworks shows around the North this July

Summertime in northern Michigan means cookouts, boating, and several amazing fireworks displays throughout July. Here are some upcoming events you won’t want to miss, plus a few fun facts about the breathtaking shows. Boyne City Photo by Alex Childress Named one of the country’s best small-town Independence Day spots, Boyne City’s 4th of July Festival ... Read More >>

Jumping into June

Memorial Weekend has come and gone, and now we’re in the season of all festivals, all the time. But there are some cool, quieter events breaking through the hubbub this June, and we want to make sure they’re on your radar…and your calendar. 1. Gaudy Giggles Paint Nights at Lavender Hill Farm, June 14, 6-8:30pmThis ... Read More >>

Your Up North Memorial Day Weekend Itinerary

Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer Up North. This weekend, all our favorite restaurants and shops will have opened for the season. The farmers markets will be showing off their spring bounty. And the water temperatures have warmed just enough that we’ll stick our feet in (but not much else). Whether you want ... Read More >>

Spring Couture

Like our four-legged friends—who seem to shed in giant poofs this time of year—we humans are itching to ditch the sweaters, wool socks, and fleece-lined pants for something lighter. To help you turn over a stylish leaf, meet Bohmey Beauty, l.a.cool, and Magnolia Boutique & Gifts, some of the newest retailers in northern Michigan offering ... Read More >>