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.
Michigan is home to two sculpture parks created by two talented welders named Tom, both self-taught artists.
One of those Art Deco skyscrapers, the Guardian Building, was completed in early 1929 as headquarters for a banking group, and was known as Detroit’s “Cathedral of Finance.”
More than a million cars are expected for the Detroit area’s Aug. 17 Woodward Dream Cruise, the world’s largest automotive event.
Tall Ships, pirates and families will descend on Bay City July 18-21 for the Tall Ship Celebration.
With charm, fish boils and a mysterious lavender labyrinth, Cherry Point Farm & Market in Shelby is far more than just a place to pick up a quart of cherries.
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain mesmerizes audiences every summer evening with free, synchronized water and light shows set to a variety of tunes.
In 1984, Dean Oswald and his wife Jewel established Oswald’s Bear Ranch as a private sanctuary for orphaned cubs and injured bears.
In 1871 when architect Elijah E. Myers was designing Michigan’s capitol building, the concept of a state modeling its seat after the United States Capitol was novel.