"I happen to not be wearing a shirt."
The five dishes you must try this week, including R2GO's signature bacon panini smeared with apple-tomato chutney.
Cocktail hours! Hands-on shows! Cheap lobster! These are just some of the tools local arts groups are using to attract newer, often younger, crowds. Why this is a new survival skill for them—and what’s in store for you as a result.
Foil prints, the fringe element, a summer-into-fall dress, and more.
Lunch is Served!
In This Issue
August 5, 2015Amy LynchComments
Even if you can’t get into a game, there is plenty of sports history and culture to be had in South Bend.
July 2, 2015Amy LynchComments
Rocket through a 14-story loop and a zero-gravity roll after going from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
June 29, 2015Megan FernandezComments
M-119, a twisty two-laner that winds west of posh Harbor Springs on Little Traverse Bay, is made for convertibles and motorcycles.
June 25, 2015Julia SpaldingComments
Lighthouses, piers, and your friendly neighborhood fishermen fuel the misty, maritime aura of Frankfort.
June 25, 2015IM EditorsComments
In Michigan, house rentals trump hotels. Here’s a sampling of the options.
June 25, 2015Evan WestComments
With sprinkles of colors and kitsch, this South Haven lakefront has a little Jersey Shore flavor.
Just outside the easygoing towns of Saugatuck and Douglas, Oval’s tranquil shore never ends.
June 24, 2015Julia SpaldingComments
Located in a vibrant working-harbor town, Ludington’s city beach gives off a cool, West Coast vibe.
The first stop inside Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore invites outdoorsy types to venture beyond the crowds.
June 24, 2015Megan FernandezComments
Bless you, Bay Harbor, for catering to our high expectations.
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