Almost every notable restaurant in town has one thing in common these days: a reliance on Hoosier farmers.
St. Joseph Brewery & Public House turns a 135-year-old Catholic parish on College Avenue into a sanctuary of beer.
Here are our choices, presented in chronological order because we can’t really rank them. Well, except for maybe that one.
Custom gaming furniture and chic local finds fill temporary stores this week.
Your Field Guide to Eating Homegrown!
In This Issue
July 20, 2015Megan FernandezComments
A locally designed sneaker, a Burberry beauty, a clever travel bag, a crossbody that will last forever, and more.
July 16, 2015Megan FernandezComments
The academies’ brick ramparts signal your arrival to town, which is nestled along the waterfront.
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 24, 2015Julia SpaldingComments
Located in a vibrant working-harbor town, Ludington’s city beach gives off a cool, West Coast vibe.
June 24, 2015Evan WestComments
Ottawa Beach stands so broad and brilliant, on midsummer afternoons the sight of it hurts the eyes.
June 23, 2015Megan FernandezComments
Comb the coast, one artsy harbor town at a time.
May 22, 2015Robert AnnisComments
Louisville features the only underground bike park in the world at the Mega Cavern.
March 6, 2015John SchwarbComments
More than 170 golf courses and 20 golf academies are in fierce competition for you (and your money).
March 3, 2015Deborah PaulComments
The prospect of being confined to a vehicle worried me far less than the thought of listening to Philosophy and Intellectual History, Volume 2 for 18 hours.
February 27, 2015Megan FernandezComments
Homegoods from a hot local designer, a dress for Claire Underwood prototypes, serape-style gloves, and more.
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