An art exhibition and panel discussions hosted by the Detroit Center for Design + Technology that addresses climate change is available to explore online through August 15.
A new cookbook serves up the culture along with the food of the indigenous people of the Great Lakes region.
From crime boss and occasional visitor “Scarface” Al Capone to the Upper Peninsula’s own Public Enemy #1, John “Red” Hamilton, Up North has historic ties to organized crime and the baddies who used the area as a playground.
The new book from Theodore Karamanski explains how industries and communities dependent on the Great Lakes have created tools and markers to safely navigate them.
Northern Michigan may be known for beautiful water views and serenity, but more recently it’s become known for a variety of excellent restaurants.