Hi. I'm the managing editor for the websites of Townsquare Media in Southwest Michigan and lead explorer of Season 1 of the Haunts and Legends of New York video series (http://bit.ly/HauntsAndLegendsNYS) and host of Foodamazoo (http://bit.ly/Foodamazoo).
14 Great Moments from the Michigan Winter of 2018
How many moments of the memorable winter of 2018 will stick with you?
Yes that’s a Hog Dog in a Pickle – Meet the Grand Rapids Dill Dog
Meet the Dill Dog, a hot dog wrapped in a pickle. The creation comes from the wiener wizards at 1 Bun Restaurant in Grand Rapids.
We Don’t Think This Old Abandoned Michigan Home is Haunted – Probably Not Haunted At All
Imagine how this Victorian home in Saginaw must have looked in its prime. Today this home stands abandoned, overlooked and needing lots of TLC.
Elm Hall – The Smallest Post Office in Michigan
If you get your mail at the Elm Hall Post Office, you better hope no one else is there when you stop by, there's likely not room for both of you to be inside. This is the smallest post office in Michigan.
The Tallest Man Who Ever Lived Died in Michigan
The tallest human ever known to roam the earth, Robert Wadlow, died in Michigan. Wadlow's short life began in Illinois near St. Louis and he died at age 22 in Manistee.
What Clue Does this Monument in Allegan Hold in the Search for the Curse of Civil War Gold
We wanted to see what clues this monument might hold as the crew for The Curse of Civil War Gold visited this Allegan statue during their filming.
Bizarre Moment in Michigan History Explored on ‘Curse of Civil War Gold’ TV Series
It's a story you may have heard before, Union soldiers from Michigan secretly moved tons of Confederate gold north during the Civil War. The search for that mythical gold in West Michigan is the basis for a new History channel show, The Curse of Civil War Gold.
Do You Remember Northern Michigan’s Bosch Beer?
Bosch Beer will spark some memories in Michiganders of a certain age. The Upper Peninsula brewer dates back to 1874.
Michigan Once Considered a Plan That Would Have Built a Bridge to Mackinac Island
Today the fudge-filled historic Mackinac Island is famously car-free, but could you imagine a vehicle bridge to the island? It almost happened.
You Could Stare for Hours at This 1897 Michigan Map With Odd Drawings for Cities
This high resolution railroad map from 1897 is like no other Michigan map you've ever seen.
Visit the Lost Michigan Villages of Port Lawrence and Vistula
Michigan was once home to two neighboring villages of Port Lawrence and Vistula. Today those villages are lost to us.
Maps Without the Upper Peninsula Is Something Every Michigander Should be Outraged Over
Every Michigan resident should be outraged by the overwhelming number of maps and graphics made without the Upper Peninsula.