Michigan

Can Michigan Beat Penn State?

Navigation: Hold the Home-Court Advantage Slow Down the Penn State Offense Win the Time of Possession Battle Make no Mistakes on Offense On November 3, the Penn State Nittany Lions will travel to the Big House in Ann Arbor to take on the Michigan Wolverines. Penn State has turned their program around under James Franklin…

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Can Michigan Beat OSU?

Navigation: Can the Wolverines Finally Own the Buckeyes? Run Defense Game Time Motivation Can the Wolverines Finally Own the Buckeyes? Every third Saturday in November, a legendary college football rival renews itself on the gridiron. The University of Michigan and The Ohio State University tangle on the football field every year in what is one…

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Wyoming

Navigation: Its history Craig’s Cruisers Family Fun Center Frog Hollow Millennium Park Arktos Meadery Lamar Park   Wyoming is a city in Kent Count Michigan with a total population of 72, 125 based on the 2010 census. The city ranks are the 3rd largest community in West Michigan and the 14th largest in the entire…

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Wyandotte

Navigation: The Many Treaties of Wyandot The House of George P. MacNichol Uniroyal Giant Tire The Lincoln Park in Michigan Pottery Creations Diamond Jack’s River Tours   Around 1732, the Wyandot Indians or Native Americans followed Antoine de Lamothe Cadillac and his French troops to Detroit, Michigan. Their tribes settled down and made their homes…

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City Westland

Navigation: Westland history Activities and Attractions 3 and UP Board Game Lounge Holliday Nature Preserve Sportway of Westland Westland Historic Village Park   Approximately 16 miles west of Detroit City, there sit Westland and its diverse cultural community. Westland is home to some of the most upscale residences. But one can also find lower-priced houses…

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West Bloomfield

Navigation: Beautiful lakes of West Bloomfield Activities Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum Marshbank Park Holocaust Memorial Center West Bloomfield Trail Experience Cooking   Officially called the Charter Township of West Bloomfield it’s often referred to as the “Lake Township of Oakland County” because of small and medium-sized lakes. The township itself is located within the Detroit…

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Troy

Navigation: Detroit Zoo Troy Museum and Historic Village Troy Family Aquatic Center Cranbrook House and Gardens   Troy is another city in the suburb of Detroit, Michigan. First settled in the early 19th century, its name was derived from Troy in New York where the first settlers previously resided. In 1955, Troy Township was incorporated…

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Michigan’s Best Kept Climbing Secret

Click Here to Like Us On Facebook 101,331 People Like Livnfresh Livnfresh isn’t just our name, it’s a way of life! Thanksgiving Recipes to Live For By FelMasterMind | November 15, 2018 Navigation: SCRUMPTIOUS APPLE BACON STUFFING KID-FRIENDLY MICHIGAN APPLE PIE BITES HOMEMADE CRESCENT DINNER ROLL DOUGH RECIPE Food, glorious food. Better yet, food, glorious…

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Saugatuck

Navigation: Fenn Valley Vineyards Mount Baldhead Oval Beach Saugatuck Chain Ferry   Over the past centuries, many consider Saugatuck as a hidden gem of art colony on the Kalamazoo River since the late 1800s. This lumber town continues to attract people of its own country laid-back charm and beautiful views of Lake Michigan. It offers…

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“5 Amazing Campfire Recipes that Are Easy to Make”

Summer time is camping time. And now that it is camping season once again, it’s time to make some plans for a great outdoor adventure. One of the best things about camping is the food. But most people—when talking about camping and food—can only think about s’mores. That’s not the only thing you can enjoy…

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City Novi

Navigation: Maybury State Park TreeRunner West Bloomfield Adventure Park Northville Historical Society Greenmead Historical Village Lakeshore Park   A city within the Oakland County in the state of Michigan, Novi is surrounded by other well-known cities steadily attracts residents over the past few years. Located approximately about 25 miles northwest of Detroit, and 25 mile…

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City Marquette

Navigation: Moosewood Nature Center Marquette Regional History Center Sugarloaf Mountain Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum Presque Isle Park   Because of its country charms and picturesque beauty, Marquette consistently ranks in the top 10 destinations to visits in the world. The place is perfect for young couples looking for a great adventure and family with little…

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Frankenmuth

Navigation: Michigan’s Military and Space Heroes Museum Bavarian Belle Riverboat Castle Shops at the Bavarian Inn Restaurant Frankenmuth Historical Museum Grandpa Tiny’s Farm   Tourists who want to experience Europe need not look far; Frankenmuth is known for its old-fashion European ambiance. Founded by German Lutheran immigrants during the 1800s, it still preserves its Franconian-inspired…

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City Chesterfield

Navigation: Here are some of the best tourist destination in Chesterfield Stahls Automotive Foundation Stony Creek Metropark George George Memorial Park Selfridge Military Air Museum Sanders and Morley Candy Makers   Chesterfield Charter Township formed out of a portion of Macomb Township and part of the Metro Detroit area. As of 2010 census, the town…

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City Charlevoix

Navigation: Charlevoix Public Library Charlevoix Historical Society Depot Museum Castle Farms North Point Nature Preserve Farmer’s Market   Another great city not to miss in Michigan is Charlevoix. This beautiful city is surrounded by water which makes it even more popular to many outdoor recreational activities for families. Families and young couples love to retreat…

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City Battle Creek

Navigation: Activities and Good Eats in West Bloomfield Battle Creek Welcome Center Full Blast Lux Cafe Malia Mediterranean Bistro Umami Ramen   The name Battle Creek came from a minor encounter between a federal government land survey party headed by Colonel John Mullet and two Potawatomi Indians on March 14, 1824. The two Potawatomi Indians…

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Ann Arbor

Navigation: Ann Arbor’s Fairy Doors Broadway Cafe Ron’s Roadside BBQ The First Bite   Ann Arbor has one of the most vibrant community in Michigan and a foodie haven destination up north. From the usual best restaurants in town to the local’s very own distinct place, Ann Arbor has it all. It’s worth to drive…

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Cool Off From The Heat With These Tasty Whiskey Pours

  There are so many people out there who put away their whiskey once the winter season ends. They switch to gin, vodka, or tequila.  After all, whiskey provides warmth that’s particularly satisfying during the colder months. So this summer if you are hitting the campire and want to know what pairs well with campfire…

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City Alpine

Navigation: Best Eats in Alpine Township Amore Trattoria Italiana Fricano’s Ed Dunneback and Girl’s Farm Market   Alpine Township is part of Kent County located northwest of Grand Rapids. The town is border by Wright townships, Sparta Township, Plainfield Charter Township, and the City of Walker.  Back in 1979, it was declared as a charter…

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Places to Visit While in Troy

Detroit Zoo Troy Museum and Historic Village Troy Family Aquatic Center Cranbrook House & Gardens Troy is another city in the suburb of Detroit, Michigan. First settled in the early 19th century, its name was derived from Troy in New York where the first settlers previously resided. In 1955, Troy Township was incorporated and its…

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Allen Park

Navigation: Family Friendly Things To Do in Allen Park Heritage Park Automotive Hall of Fame Eastern Market   Allen Park is part of Wayne County in Michigan, about 3 miles east of Taylor and 9 miles southwest of Detroit. It’s still part of the Detroit metropolitan statistical area. Named after its early landholder, Lewis Allen,…

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