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Leland Public School Farmers Market this Tuesday, Oct 10th

October is a wonderful time at Leelanau’s local farmers markets. To give students a chance to learn about the deliciousness of local food and importance of farming, he 11th annual  Leland School Farmers Market takes place tomorrow (Tuesday, October 10th) from 8:30 am – 12:30 pm in the Leland high school gym. This is a fantastic […]

Need a Lyft? Lyft is area’s first ride-sharing service

Need a Lyft? The Traverse City Ticker reports that the ride-sharing service Lyft has launched in northern Michigan: …As with Uber, Lyft allows users to hail a ride through the service’s smartphone app. After plugging in their location and destination, users can request a ride, be matched with a Lyft driver in the vicinity, see an estimated […]

Remembering Bob Pisor

I was sad to learn this morning that longtime client & friend Bob Pisor passed away over the weekend. Bob started Stone House Bread in Leland following a long career in the news business. The Detroit Free Press has a nice writeup that notes he was a Vietnam War correspondent, City Hall press spokesman, magazine […]

Talking Cherries & Blossoms with MSU’s Nikki Rothwell

Our live broadcast from the Northwest Michigan Horticultural Research Station with Director Nikki Rothwell looks into the state of blossoms in Leelanau and when peak will be (hint – this weekend!). Nikki also shares some information about new, more frost-resistant varietals and more about this vital service by MSU to support farmers in Leelanau, across […]

Glen Lake Restaurant Week April 28 – May 6, 2017

The annual Glen Lake Restaurant Week starts this Friday, April 28 and runs through next Saturday May 6th. Throughout the week, each restaurant offers appetizing 3 course prix-fixe dinner menus for just $30! Some establishments will be offering lunch specials as well. Click below for menus & restaurant information. Art’s Tavern | 6487 Western Ave, Glen Arbor, MI | […]