June, 2019


Exploring the Keweenaw’s Bare Bluffs and Montreal Falls Story by Debrorah Frontiera Last summer, I reported on some wonderful hiking trails in the Sturgeon River Gorge. This year, I’d like to take you almost to the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula to Bare Bluffs and Montreal Falls. The two trails are fairly close to each […]

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Resident-artist program brings three to Marquette By Joseph Zyble Marquette’s Creative Residency program recently invited three artists, each working within a different creative sphere, to the community for a few months to hone their skills. Artist Julie Renee Benda, photographer Christopher D. Thompson, and writer Rachel Smith began their residencies in early March and will […]

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Origin of popular salad linked to Tijuana Story and photo by Katherine Larson At last it’s June, and glorious lettuces are leaping out of our formerly ice-bound earth. Hasten out to your garden patch or to your local farmer’s market to get them at their freshest. And then…? Well, to my way of thinking, a […]

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