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On my first attempt at finding Virtue Farms, I end up driving past the place. In part, I’m distracted by the country scenery: a dusty dirt road, light woods casting...

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If you’ve never considered ducks as art, you should spend a little time with the work of Randy Clarke. Like any good artist or singer or chef, Randy’s gift to his...

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Cider, chestnuts, pines and a parade fill an old-fashioned holiday weekend in Manistee.
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Echoing a growing desire to preserve the skills of our ancestors, a Michigan fall festival celebrates shearing, knitting and the simple joys of doing things the old-fashioned way.
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A trolley connects the capital (population: 115,000) to East Lansing, home of Michigan State University.
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Though vacationers flock here in summer, the Sunrise Coast of the Lower Peninsula along US-23 always has a laid-back feel.
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Chelsea (population: 4,900), one hour west of Detroit, is full of local pride. Independent businesses line the main drag, restaurants serve locally raised food, and its signature Purple Rose Theatre...
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With rehabbed historical districts, shopping and restaurants on both sides of the Saginaw River, Bay City (population: 36,800) exudes a lively urban river-town feel.
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The University of Michigan’s hip hometown (population: 114,000) supports a world tour of restaurants, a great shopping district and a vibrant arts scene.
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Looking to change things up? Find inspiration in the renewed Motor City, with attractions such as the Detroit Institute of Arts, Motown Museum, Comerica Park, and Edsel and Eleanor Ford House.

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