Consumer analysts say, once again this year, technology gifts will be a huge hit. Read more
Michigan foodies said there’s more to local foods than cherries and wine.
And they said lesser known specialties like venison, hummus and beer are now available at stores thanks to what they call, a food hub.
The Essence of Emmet historical society is gearing up for its annual lecture event, this year they’re talking about tribal reaffirmation.
If you’ve ever wanted to travel to a faraway place, but don’t have the time or money right now, how about a trip to Saginaw instead. At one of the city’s culture centers you can literally set foot in Japan.
At Saginaw’s Japanese Cultural Center you can technically stand on Japanese soil, take a step and you’re back in America. Read more
20,000 miles is a long way, no matter how you look at it. But if you’re looking at it from the back of a horse, as Bernice Ende does, it might just get that much more more interesting.
An early August performance marked the culmination of a project funded by the Mackinac Island Community Foundation. Read more
Algoma University is hosting it’s first Native language teachers’ gathering August 7th and 8th.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are popping up at local farmer’s markets across Michigan, but in some parts of the state, good food is hard to find.
The term food desert is used to describe areas with little or no access to affordable and nutritious food. Places, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, like Saginaw and Cadillac. Read more
Medicine is usually seen as something that benefits people. It’s for the greater good, But an exhibit at Central Michigan University shows that if it’s taken to extremes, medicine can be deadly.
A new study out of Central Michigan University shows a link between some reality TV programs and aggression.