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Check out The Upper Peninsula Wineries in Michigan

By FelMasterMind | April 15, 2019

Navigation: Michigan is More than Just Great Lakes The Wine Trails of the Upper Peninsula The Ultimate Upper Peninsula Michigan is More than Just Great Lakes Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is getting a lot of national attention these days. We know why. It’s our Upper Peninsula wineries. Genuine wine connoisseurs almost always know where to find…

What To Do With My Kids On Summer Break in Grand Rapids?

By FelMasterMind | April 12, 2019

Navigation: Grand Rapids Children’s Museum Grand Haven City Beach Food Tour Summer is synonymous with fun for children. It is a time when they can sit back and rest after a grueling school year. It is when they discover things outside the classroom. A time when they can pursue their interests. Grand Rapids offers some…

Looking for Michigan Clothing? Think Livnfresh

By FelMasterMind | April 8, 2019

There’s a great place to live and vacation that has nearly everything within reach. It has snowy winters find us enveloped in the coziness of soft pajamas while sitting by a roaring fire with a good book. Perhaps active winter sporting activities that accompany the season ranging from upscale ski areas to vast unspoiled cross…

How To Throw An Epic Final 4 Party

By FelMasterMind | April 5, 2019

Navigation: Most Important Party Feature: Food, Food, Food The Final 4 Party Menu Michigan Guests Love What’s a Final 4 Party Without Beverages? For the Michigan Final 4 Party, the Final Finish: Desserts   Throw an Epic Final 4 Party for Michigan Guests. When it’s Final 4 time rolls around, it’s party time for family,…

The Best Beaches on Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City

By FelMasterMind | April 1, 2019

Navigation: Haserot Beach Park Bryant Park Lighthouse Park and Old Mission Point Park Old Mission Peninsula extends northward from Traverse City. In all, it is three miles wide and 19 miles long. Surrounded by pristine, clear, fresh water, the peninsula divides Grand Traverse Bay into west and east bays. This countryside offers exquisite nature walks…

Things To Do on a Staycation in Petoskey, Michigan

By FelMasterMind | March 29, 2019

Navigation: 1. Magnus City Park Beach 2. The Historic Gaslight District 3. The Odawa Casino Resort 4. Petoskey Winter Sports Park 5. Petoskey Farms Vineyard and Winery 6. The Bear River Valley Recreation Area If you live in or near Northern Michigan, there is no reason to spend a fortune on your next vacation or…

A List of The Best Wine Tour Companies And Why We Love Them

By FelMasterMind | March 25, 2019

Navigation: 1. Leelanau Peninsula Trail 2. The Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula While California and Florida receive all of the attention for wine production, Michigan is quietly making some of the bests strains in the country. Locals and visitors in the know prefer to keep Michigan’s involvement in the industry under wraps. This means less…

Where Can I Buy Cool Michigan Themed T Shirts?

By FelMasterMind | March 22, 2019

Michiganders are a step apart from the rest. If you love Michigan, you know what it means to put your hand up and use it as a map. You love the lake, you know how to drive in the snow, and you know how to show off that mitten state pride. This is exactly the…

The Best Ice Cream In The U.S. Is located in Traverse City

By FelMasterMind | March 18, 2019

Navigation: Homemade Taste Unique & Custom Flavors A Total Dairy Farm Experience Ice cream is that rich, cool treat that reminds us of summer, childhood and the thrill of teasing our taste buds with wondrous flavors. Basic Neapolitan or vanilla from the corner store can satisfy, but for true connoisseurs, only premium ice creams will…

Things To Do In Traverse City On A Stay-Cation For Spring Break

By FelMasterMind | March 15, 2019

Navigation: A Day at Incredible Mo’s Take Aim at Shooters Head for the Hickory Hills Discover Local Wineries Hike the Sleeping Bear Dunes Cast Off Fore! Eat Up The spring break tradition for a majority of college students is to head to a beach. It is understandable that after being cooped up in a classroom…

Michigan Farmer and Part Time Teacher Discovers Nearly Complete Mastodon

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 12, 2016

It’s been an exciting week for Michigan paleontologists with a local grown farmer and part-time teacher was on a hike when he discovered a mastodon bone belonging to an 11,000 years dead local. Within hours there were volunteers from all walks of life who were quick to dig through mud and soil for one of…

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Happiness, Love & Loss

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 8, 2016

We spend a lot of time having fun here at Livnfresh, and a lot of that is by talking with our great customers. We love the stories we hear about you all going on journeys, hanging with friends, exploring the woods and relaxing by the lake and it’s all of you who motivate us to…

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What is the Minimum Wage in Michigan?

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | October 3, 2016

As if there wasn’t proof enough with our lakes, beautiful scenery and great things to do that make this a great place to live, the minimum wage in Michigan is also higher than the federal minimum. While the minimum wage across the United States is set at $7.25, people who work in Michigan make at…

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How Deep is Lake Michigan?

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | September 28, 2016

If you’re wondering how deep Lake Michigan is, you should know that this is kind of a multifaceted question. Where most people are used to lakes that are shaped like a ‘U’ or a ‘V’ that only have one primary deep area (and that area being the middle of the lake), the sheer size of…

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Kalamazoo Has Some Very Cool Things to do This Weekend

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | September 23, 2016

I know, Kalamazoo isn’t necessarily the center of activity as far as things to do in Michigan is concerned, but there’s some pretty neat stuff going on in Kazoo over this weekend (Sep 23-25) if you’re looking for an excuse to get out of the house. Along with The Verve Pipe concert, there are a…

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Grand Rapids Community College is Going to Open a Brewery

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | September 22, 2016

Tomorrow (Sep 23) marks the grand opening of a brewery and pub being opened and operated by Grand Rapids Community College. While it might sound (really) odd that a college would be opening a location like this, it’s an excellent addition to the school’s curriculum for their Craft Brewing, Packaging and Service Operations certificate program…

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Detroit’s Fall Theater Schedule is Worth Getting Excited About

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | September 21, 2016

Even if you’ve never been to see live theater before, the 2016 fall schedule for shows coming to Detroit will make you want to finally catch a musical. The lineups from the likes of Fisher Theatre, Detroit Public Theatre, Purple Rose Theatre, Matrix Theatre and Fox Theatre has a ton of award-winning and exceptional plays…

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Detroit Design Festival Starts September 21st

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | September 21, 2016

After having been named a UNESCO City of Design in 2015 (and being the only one in the country), the Detroit Design Festival this year is looking to really show its stuff. If you’re not sure what to wear but want something that’s creative, fun and shows off your love of Michigan, check out our…

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‘Constitution Week’ Going on in Sterling Heights

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | September 20, 2016

Said to have been created 60 years ago by Congress, Sterling Heights is currently in the middle of their ‘Constitution Week’ celebration. The timing of having a celebration of the Constitution couldn’t be any better considering everything that’s going on around the country these days, not to mention we’re in the midst of an election…

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