In the past I always could get in touch with Ryan Thornburg. All I had to do was call the Bistro on the Boulevard where he was the well-known and affable executive chef who made seriously great food.
Snow showers are forecast but this is one big weekend for eating and drinking around the Lake from Indiana to St. Joe and probably beyond, but let’s not get ridiculous!---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Just in time, indoor activities around snow-covered Lake Michigan beachtowns, starting tonight with a screening of Heather Courtney's "Where Soldiers Come From," a symposium on Tiffany glass on Saturday and Sinatra in Three Oaks.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
Brazilian Chef Cynthia Presser cooks up hot cuisine for SCHA fundraiser tonight and then down the beach coast to Miller Bakery Cafe for a complete Bastille Day Eve dinner on Saturday.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Three Oaks is a Mecca for the senses with operatic spirits at Journeyman and the another three tenors on stage at the acoustically amazing Acorn auditorium theater.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Art, Poetry Slam, Salsa and Spring Fever wake-up call this weekend at both sides of the Lake and on Sunday, a book-signing, birthday party for John Records Landecker at Bartlett's in Beverly Shores.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
The Grand Party starts at 6 pm EST. Tickets are on sale at Customs Imports and David's Delicatessen in New Buffalo.
During the last few decades, a very good thing has happened in many bars and liquor stores around the country: Budweiser, Coors and Miller swill has been pushed aside in favor of local options from increasingly creative and prolific microbreweries.
The next speaker at The Economic Club of Southwestern Michigan will be lifestyle expert Martha Stewart who will hostess a "Fireside Chat" on Nov. 1.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Certified Sommelier Ruth Ryberg lines up two new wine-tastings at Bistro on the Boulevard in St. Joe for October.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Bill Welter, indomitable spirit and owner of Journeyman Distillery is a Times BusINess 20 Under 40 winner and other food and beverage news.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
What propelled Bill Welter to create Journeyman Distillery in Three Oaks, Mich., was his passion for golf, not to mention the country of Scotland and a young entrepreneur from Australia.
Expect a crowd at the Round Barn Winery in Baroda on Sunday at the "Check, Please!" event, especially if Isaac is done spewing bad weather.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
WTTW-Ch. 11's Check Please hostess Alpana Singh, Mindy Segal of Hot Chocolate---with Chef Tim Sizer, Ryan Thornburg, Chad Miller, Jenny Drilon and Cafe Soe's Chad Miller among others, will join together for a planned Labor Day weekend feast.--Raven Carpenter, Shore Contributor.
Two legendary and inspiring patrons of the arts --- Former Chicago First Lady Maggie Daley and Grand Rapids' Frederik Meijer --- passed away last week and while we mourn them, we also celebrate the rich legacies they left behind. They were visionaries and pragmatists who made big dreams come true.
Welcome to our special Thanksgiving Day edition enewser in which all you have to do today is eat well, make plans to shop, (possibly) cook, (maybe) drive somewhere and have fun! Shore Motoring Columnist Jim Jackson's idea of fun is driving Mr. Santa Claus in a red 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee in…
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