Michigan Life

New Jobs, Lost Traditions, and (of Course) the Pandemic: Michigan’s Weekly News Quiz

What popular pastime will be missing alongside MSU football this year?

Sunlight Gardens is one of the Michigan-made and Black-owned produce farms helping to feed the local community. President & CEO, Devon Wilson, prides himself on providing education and opportunity for the Battle Creek community.
Why This Michigander Bought A Farm To Feed His Community

Devon Wilson learned about farming, produce, and nutrition from a local nonprofit organization. Then, he started his own to help even more people.

Michigan voters who choose to wears masks can cast their ballots in Michigan-made protective gear this election.
Stay Safe at the Polls With These Locally Produced Masks

This pure Michigan swag is this year’s perfect accessory to your “I Voted” sticker. Here’s where you can get yours.

Tailgate parties like this were once staples to the MSU football season. Now, they're banned as efforts increase to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Football Fans: What You Need To Know About MSU Tailgating

Parking lots are closed and alcohol is banned. It’s all part of an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus across campus and the surrounding communities.

Coping with (Mis)Information Overload and Multigenerational Voting: Michigan’s Weekly News Quiz

The ‘Gander reported that which Michigan town is embracing the “blue wave”? Do you know?

Multigenerational families in Michigan are voting together, some for the first time.
For These Michiganders, Voting Is All in the Family

Multigenerational Voters in Michigan are strengthening their bonds at the ballot box this election.

Elks are a sight to see in Michigan.
Fall Is the Best Time to View Michigan’s Historic Elk Herd. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Elk viewing in the Mitten State is a time-savored tradition. Use your patience and bring a paper map. No, really.