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.
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.