Tree tapping, syrup-making and syrup festivals mark the Michigan tradition of celebrating everything good that comes from the sap of the maple tree.
The roaring 2020s kick off with a bang for the Michigan Brewers Guild (MBG), as it gears up for five beer festivals throughout the state, from Detroit to Marquette, including a new event in Traverse City.
Museums should inspire wonder. Three special exhibitions this year in Michigan will do just that, showcasing miracles of art and nature.
Plan now to get off your couch, get outside and get some Instagram-worthy moments by frozen turkey bowling, bumpjumping, schussing and outhouse sprinting this winter.
Detroit’s early auto barons decked their halls in grand fashion for the holiday season. Those traditions continue today—with some creative, contemporary twists.
Shop unique Michigan gift ideas online from the comfort of your home, or visit some of the best shops in Michigan for holiday gift finds.
Throughout the state, there’s a festive event for all tastes and interests, from fall harvests to films.
Buster Keaton fans, scholars and others curious about the comedic genius of the silent film era will gather October 4-6 in Muskegon for the 25th annual convention of The International Buster Keaton Society.
The Keg O Nails tavern is the third to stand at the same location—the first two were destroyed by fires—but it has a cozy, old-timey feel.