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How did Michigan get the Upper Peninsula?

By FelMasterMind | June 17, 2019

Navigation: The Origins of Michigan The Toledo War The Great Upper Penninsula There’s no denying that Michigan has a fairly unique look. While most of the state makes sense from a map-making perspective, there’s still the Upper Penninsula for which you must account. Understanding how Michigan got the Upper Penninsula is a great way to…

A History of Michigan’s First Vineyard

By FelMasterMind | June 14, 2019

Navigation: Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail Leelanau Peninsula Vintners Association Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail Many people are unaware of the rich history steeped in the wine vineyards of the state of Michigan. The nearby French-Canadians along with American farmers paved the way as far back as 1679 for the…

Best Paddle Boarding Destinations In Michigan

By FelMasterMind | June 10, 2019

We all know Michigan rocks. We are known for automobiles and Motown. We are the only state to have upper and lower peninsulas. There is an endless number of ways to enjoy our beautiful state but none better than paddle boarding on the water. Did you know Michigan has 3,288 miles of freshwater coastline, borders…

5 Most Famous Basketball Players From Michigan

By FelMasterMind | June 7, 2019

Navigation: Earvin “Magic” Johnson Jr. Chris Webber Chet “The Jet” Walker George “The Iceman” Gervin Shane Battier The state of Michigan has been the home to many of the leading basketball players the world has ever seen. Some have featured for the Michigan Wolverines and others have either joined the NBA directly from high school…

How Oberon became one of Michigan’s Favorite Beers?

By FelMasterMind | June 4, 2019

Navigation: The “Michigan” Rush Making Memories Michigan Style The Best Way to Quench Our Thirst Take a Tour of the Brewery The “Michigan” Rush You don’t need to live in Michigan to figure out why there has been a sudden rush to this state. Yet, we who have made Michigan our home still find our…

The Best White Wines in MI

By FelMasterMind | May 31, 2019

Navigation: White wine Northern Michigan Riesling Ice Wine Sparkling wine White Hybrids If you are a wine lover and love to explore different wine options to soothe your taste buds, we believe Michigan is the place to explore wine options. Northern Michigan is known for its abundance in fresh wine and exotic wine stores. There…

Places To Stay & Eat Near Detroit Tiger’s Stadium (Comerica Park)

By FelMasterMind | May 27, 2019

If you are doing a baseball trip or just visiting Detroit, there are a lot of good places to stay around Comerica Park. It is a perfect spot to spend the night if you want to experience the city vibes of Detroit. Depending on your budget, you will find national hotels like Quality Inn and…

Is Stand Up Paddling Hard?

By FelMasterMind | May 24, 2019

Navigation: Practice Balance Accept Failure Do It With Friends Take Breaks With the summer season upon us, it’s understandable that many are looking for new adventures to explore. In particular, many are looking for water activities to enjoy. Not only are these activities fun but they also provide a cool environment to enjoy that fun…

5 Top Restaurants on Mackinac Island To Try!

By FelMasterMind | May 20, 2019

Navigation: Inn at Stonecliffe The Woods Restaurant Pink Pony Millie’s on Main 1852 Grille Room When you are looking for a place to get away for an extended weekend or for your vacation, take a look at all the exciting opportunities waiting for you on Mackinac Island. Located in Lake Huron, just north of Mackinaw…

The Best Wedding Venues in Northern Michigan

By FelMasterMind | May 17, 2019

Navigation: Castle Farms The Homestead Resort Blue Bridge Visions at CentrePointe Northern Michigan is a magical place. It has sleeping bear dunes and tunnels made of trees. You can explore historic fishing towns or take in the majestic colors of Fall. And, if you are looking for the perfect wedding venue, it’s a place that…

Turkey Trotting Around Michigan

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 22, 2016

As we near the last month of the year, we swiftly approach two of the most anticipated holidays for most Americans. While time well spent with the family around the dining table this Thanksgiving, it’s often a little easy to put down a few hundred too many calories, which is kind of the entire tradition…

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Michigan Pie Chain Sports 60 Different Pies And Serves Slices Out Across States

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 13, 2016

As 2016 approaches its final two months, there is a certain food that is standing out in its annual spotlight and that food is pie. The Grand Traverse Pie Company is a little gem of the great lakes state that is fanatically focused on quality pies to serve out to all the hoodie wearing Michiganders…

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Michigan Now Allowing Self Driving Cars On The Roads

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 11, 2016

The state of Michigan just passed legislation that will allow fully automatic vehicles on the roads of the street, that’s probably the coolest news we’ve heard this entire election cycle. What this means is that Michigan’s already existing car manufacturing plants will have the opportunity to employ their concepts for fully automated cars to a…

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Honor All Around At Michigan Venture Capital Association’s 2016 Awards Dinner

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 10, 2016

This event hosted at the Rattlesnake Club of Detroit is the first of two major events this month that will highlight new movers and shakers of the state who have been doing their part to develop the rapidly rising industries. The Venture Capital Association has honored 3 therapeutic companies for their push into innovative medicine…

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Michigan Releases Request For Information on Zero Emission Vehicle Projects

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 9, 2016

This news comes with a bit of mixed feelings. The state of Michigan has received a $14.7 billion dollar settlement from Volkswagen due to falsified emission test results on their 2015 diesel vehicles. That being a whole lot of bad, the proud state of Michigan has set out to make the best out of a…

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Michigan Hunters and Trappers Called On For Black Bear Research

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 4, 2016

The wildlife regulators of Michigan have put out an open request for hunters and trappers to mark down the GPS coordinates of any black bear dens they find while out in the wilderness and report them to Mark Boerson who is studying the animals to design a management program. What better reason could you have…

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Detroit Set To Become New Silicon Valley

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 4, 2016

More and more tech and engineering startups are moving to detroit, concentrating a new generation of innovators in the Michigan area, and it’s amazing it took this long for it to happen. The average detroit home costs a fourth of what the average San Francisco house does, the state has old veterans of the auto…

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Sugar Loaf Resort Due For Makeover

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 3, 2016

As far as Skiing is concerned, Michigan is only second to New York for quantity of resorts and visitors dedicated to the sport. Sugar Loaf is an old location which held significant popularity until 2000 where it was shut down. The good news is here though as a new investor is currently rebuilding the resort…

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7th Annual Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition

By Donald Herrera Fairbairn | November 2, 2016

Coming up this Thursday, Detroit MI will be hosting the 7th Annual Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition where several dozen startup companies are competing against one another for $1 million in cash prizes as well as exposure to investors that will generate more money for the upstarts than any prizes. With Detroit hosting such innovative competitions…

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