This Friday (July 16) will be the 112th annual, and 240 entrants will start from Chicago’s Navy Pier on the 289 nautical mile journey to Mackinac Island.
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This Wednesday, July 14 at noon, Woolsey Airport north of Northport will dedicate a Michigan Historical Marker honoring the airport’s namesake with a ceremony including a Coast Guard flyover.
LivelyLands music festival seeks to offer a diverse lineup of artists from every walk of life with 3 days of music, local food, games, local craft beer, wine, and more!
The Glen Arbor Players will start their 2021 season with My Weekend in the Catskills, the Michigan premier of a rollicking comedy by playwright Vince Rhomberg.
The Omena Historical Society invites you to participate in the political event of the season, the 2021 election for Mayor of Omena!
While numbers are trending towards a good place, the pandemic has made an impact on Leelanau’s Fourth of July celebrations. Here’s our list of what is (and isn’t) happening this weekend.
The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that President Joseph Biden will be visiting Traverse City this Saturday (details including time yet to be released).
UpNorth Live reports that Mawby Sparking Wine in Suttons Bay is partnering with an independent documentary crew to help spread awareness about the water quality of the Great Lakes.
The Glen Arbor Sun reports that the new (and currently unknown) Sugar Loaf Resort owner announced today that Kalamazoo’s Taplin Enterprises, LLC has been awarded the demolition contract for the former ski resort property.
Mi Market of Suttons Bay shares a welcome piece of news for Leelanau strawberry lovers – Bardenhagen strawberries are in!
Cool long exposure from Fishtown last summer.
The new moon will eclipse the sun at 6:53 a.m. ET. on Thursday June 10.