Would You Pass the US Citizenship Test? Find Out Here.

Nearly 700,000 people living in Michigan are immigrants, according to the 2020 US Census, and more than half of them have become naturalized citizens. To do that, they had to go through a long process that includes living in the US for 3-5 years, proving they can read, write, and speak English, and passing a...

Are You Up for the #TipTheBill Challenge?

Why some customers are doubling their bills and giving 100%.

7 Banned Books You Should Read—and Re-Read

From an American classic to a silly search-and-find, read the shocking reasons these books are “banned”—and why you should still read them.

We Found the Perfect ‘Ugly’ Sweaters For Four Kinds of Midwesterners

From the ranch-obsessed to the really bad at goodbye’s—we have the ideal holiday gear for you!

Michigan Winters are the 3rd ‘Most Miserable’ in America

Thrillist ranked every state by how miserable its winters are, and Michigan landed at a respectable #3.

Erosion on Lake Michigan due to climate change. (Image via Shutterstock)
The Best and Worst Places to Live in the Midwest—Ranked by Climate Change Risk

While no state is immune to the impacts of climate change, some are certainly more “climate-safe” than others. And in the Midwest, a region well-versed in weather extremes, Michigan is a notable bright spot.

What’s Michigan’s Favorite Holiday Movie?

Every family has their favorite holiday movie—but what's the most-watched festive flick in Michigan?