John C. Mozena conjures up George Orwell and Humpty Dumpty in describing Michigan’s economic policy in a recent post on the Mackinac Center for Public Policy blog.
The local visitors bureau has a nice list of farmers markets and farms where you can pick your own produce on its latest blog post.
A local urologist described in his blog about the journey he took to write a children’s book, including finding a publisher through Twitter and a little reading to a dog in Ireland.
A recent blog post by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy has taken on the topic of the economics of renewable energy.
Doug Tjapkes of Humanity for Prisoners says prison guards as well as inmates need non-violent communication training.
Spring is here and, just in time, the West Michigan Environmental Action Council has supplied “5 Spring Cleaning Tips” on its blog.
National Open an Umbrella Indoors Day? Really, do we need that?
Are you tired a lot? Although feeling tired is common on a day-to-day basis, experts say, consistent and debilitating exhaustion may have an unsurfaced meaning.
While neither serves in West Michigan, the post is worth reading because it says a lot about the service that is near and dear to Grand Haven’s heart.
The Lakeshore Dining Divas chose a non-traditional restaurant for their latest blog review.
Blogger Liesa Swejkoski says she goes camping twice each year, and she recently wrote about her adventures in a Death Valley (California) campground.
Have you tried one or more of those home meal delivery services? That’s where a complete meal kit arrives at your door, packed in an ice-lined box with detailed instructions.
Should Michigan lawmakers provide tax relief for all instead of favors to a select few?
The Lakeshore Dining Divas invited Doug Tjapkes, founder of Humanity for Prisoners in Grand Haven, and his wife, Marcia, to join them for dinner at the Sandy Point Beach House.
A bipartisan group of state lawmakers recently introduced legislation to reform Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act, and the Mackinac Center for Public Policy argues in a recent blog posting that there is plenty more that could be done to bring openness to state government.