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Jacques (Pere) Marquette born in Laon, France in 1637. After joining the Jesuit priesthood at 17 he was assigned to Quebec by his superiors. A black robe, who explored the towering virgin white pines from the shores of Lake Superior … Continue reading
Cedar City Market, located in Cedar Michigan, is Leelanau bodega that is properly stocked with a seriously impressive selection of handpicked beverages, gourmet food items and accoutrements from around with world. Just about everything a Leelanau Local or leisurely vacationers could … Continue reading
My new friend Arturo can over and painted one of the first of what is to be a series of the Psenka Herald, painted by different artists. Arturo did a fantastic job on the Petoskey stones. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0joM_Eal_GI
Bière de Goord – Beer for Men’s Health from Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales The Captain Ron Jeffries at Jolly Pumpkin has teamed up with Pints for Prostates to brew a special batch of ale to increase awareness for men’s health. … Continue reading
First ever Leelanau Brewing Company beer available on tap; at Michael Symon’s Roast in Detroit. Beer Sommelier Joseph Allerton gives an overview of the Beer Geek Dinner.
Good Old Books located in Leland Michigan is a great rare bookstore run by Leland native, Mr. George Ball. Mr. George Ball is most knowledgeable people I know regarding a specific set of topics in Michigan history and literature. The … Continue reading
Michigan Central Station, Detroit Michigan USA http://www.seedetroit.com/pictures/mcsweb/ A perfect example of Urban Decay in America known as Michigan Central Station; A.K.A. Detroit’s abandoned train station. Michigan Central Station once was a thriving epicenter for the city of Detroit and the whole Midwest. … Continue reading