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Home of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (population 120,000) brims with trendy bars and restaurants, cultural offerings, and picturesque nature trails and waterways—all just 45 miles from...
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The sparkling waters around Michigan’s Leelanau Peninsula are an open-air studio for a painter-preneur whose art becomes printed fabric.
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As craft beer goes fully mainstream, breweries are looking beyond the pint glass, pairing hops and yeast with history and novelty.
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The world has changed, but a summer night at the drive-in has not. Thank goodness.
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Whether you prefer them sparkling, on the rocks or sunny with an island twist, these shores keep it fresh in the Midwest, hundreds of miles from the salty sea.
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Explore the Motor City’s rich history, arts, entertainment, and culture while discovering some of the newer hot spots and the flourishing farm-and-food scene.
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Winter doldrums have a cure: Out with the cold, in with the hues! If you need the remedy, hop in the driver’s seat and follow the sun to any of these 12 fabulous garden centers.
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Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Ernest Hemingway were among the first to visit the North Branch Outing Club on the banks of Michigan's legendary fly-fishing river, the Au Sable. Today, the club...
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Sault Ste. Marie, often called The Soo, celebrates its status as Michigan’s oldest city with historic attractions, river excursions and the maritime engineering marvel of the Soo Locks.
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Come for the sand and surf. Stay for the charms of these eight Lake Michigan towns, filled with art, food, shopping and history.

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