ome bloggers have few words, such as Ryan McCarthy, who expresses his viewpoint in stunning photography of West Michigan parks and natural settings.
Have you ever purchased anything over the internet? Did the company charge you the Michigan sales tax?
This blog link is the Coast Guard’s own story on the Escanaba, but it focuses on two lesser-known side stories — one that took place a year earlier and another about four months prior to its own loss.
Four friends from Northern Michigan University (including one from Grand Haven) are in the midst of a kayak trip along the extensive shores of Lake Superior, and they’re blogging along the way.
Career coach blogger Penelope Trunk was recently asked how millennials will change leadership. In her post on that subject, she didn’t paint a very good picture of the future.
In a recent post on the Humanity for Prisoners blog, Doug Tjapkes pays tribute to his friend, and a friend to the community, John Carlyle.
Don’t look now, but Willie Nelson recently turned 85.
Big cities have a special allure, according to blogger Tessa Harvey.
Josh Elledge, the chief executive angel for the Savings Angel website, separates the worthy and not-worthy with two lists: the “Clean 15” and the “Dirty Dozen.”
The U.S. Coast Guard recently held a “Shutter Showdown,” in the vein of the NCAA Tournament’s March Madness bracket.
West Michigan Environmental Action Council blogger Joshua Vissers talks about how WMEAC is working in several ways to protect Michigan’s water resources for everything from drinking to kayaking.
Blogger Lorelei Salas says it took her 14 years to pay off about $20,000 in her student loans, but that barely put a dent in her total debt.
The full cost of the Pure Michigan advertising campaign is ignored, so says Mackinac Center for Public Policy blogger.
The blogger notes that many readers may have never seen “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson. And it’s sad, he says, that they missed out.
This week’s blog post takes a look at this amazing teenager from Parkland, Florida.