From the time he was a little boy digging seven-foot-high foxholes in the dunes around the Wabash tracks in Gary, Tom Sourlis had a fondness for working with his hands, his head and his heart.
When Alene Valkanas and James McComb discovered footprints from the past on their property, they felt compelled to follow them.
Shore presents Bite & Sip, our selection of the best of Lake Michigan area restaurants. Are we missing something? You can submit a comment or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blending generations of their family histories and their religious beliefs, Cary Frank and his partner John Cannon take the holidays to the max.
As a full-time resident of Harbor Country for the past twelve years, Jeff Davidoff is at home in Union Pier, calling it “a magic little place in the world” where he enjoys the change of pace from his hectic work week. As chief marketing officer for ONE, he commutes to a Washington, D.C., off…
Special experiences available this Saturday courtesy of Isabel Wilkerson, Bunny Fisher, Dale Chihuly, Bill Traver, Sarah Traver, among others on behalf of Lubeznik Center fundraising luau at Whittaker Woods on Saturday. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
Live Bait Theatre hosts Actor, Writer, Director John Lisbon Wood's one-acts this weekend; Scott Covert opens in New York next month and new Stephen Hansen work in Douglas---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
Mixologist Simon Barrios, Gallery Owner Craig Smith (with work by Scott Covert and Harry Borgman), Larry Brewer's SS Dance Alliance, bands Sweetwater, ISH and Joe Jr. and Friends at Pop Up Art Event in Miller this weekend.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
It's vacation season and I am ready to pack my bags and head to one of our favorite spots—Michigan. Some people may dream of vacation properties in far-off, tropical lands, but I'm just fine traveling across the border.
Fail-Safe Harbor Country Art Attack Weekend 2012 with new work at Three Oaks' Blue Gallery; Red Arrow in Harbert; Fritz Olsen in Sawyer and Craig Smith Gallery in Union Pier.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
The Caviar Queen of the Great Lakes does not stand on ceremony. Just side by side with burly fish-cutters with long sharp knives.
Two young women were discussing lunch options as the elevator descended to the lobby of our Loop office building recently, and it came down to the two mobile food trucks that park outside on West Jackson—one offering Jamaican "jerk" meats, the other Asian cuisine. The meals aren't prepared i…
The southwestern Michigan wineries are, of course, decorated for the holidays and taking a drive through Lake Michigan wine country on a late afternoon to do some tasting and shopping might just be the greatest stress-saving idea I've ever heard.
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