Stories tagged: "fun"


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15 Michigan Escape Rooms That Will Leave You Puzzled

ether you want to survive in the wilderness, mix potions, or embark on a time-traveling adventure, Michigan’s escape rooms are the perfect brain-teaser.

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9 Michigan Axe-Throwing Venues to Try This Winter

Got the winter blues? Make like a Michigan lumberjack and get cozy with an axe… for fun!

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These 8 Creative Solutions for Michigan Snow will Get You through the Winter

Is the snow piling up? Try using your excess snow to make frozen art or recipes.

In this photo provided by the Michigan Office of the Governor, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addresses the state during a speech in Lansing, Mich., Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. (Michigan Office of the Governor via AP)
10 Moments That Made Gov. Whitmer Known For Her Wit

Despite a wild first term, two years in Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has kept her vibrant and wicket sense of humor.

Fall is upon us in the Mitten State.
Fall Is in the Air: Here’s How to Enjoy Michigan’s Cool Weather Safely

These safe family-friendly places in the Mitten State are sure to give you a touch of normalcy amidst the pandemic. Scarves optional.

Modern-day blueberry farming began in Michigan in the early 1900s, according to the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD), and today this perennial crop is harvested from more than 20,000 acres. (Photos via Shutterstock)
Blueberries, Blackberries, Peaches, Raspberries: Here’s Where to Find U-Pick Farms in Michigan

What better place to socially distance this summer than a big, open field full of fresh fruit and veg ripe for the picking? Here’s where to find farms in your area.

Detroit's Redford Theatre has championed creative programming for their patrons for years. In addition to enabling participation in the creation, understanding, and appreciation of the arts in the historically preserved theatre, the Motor City Theatre Organ Society (the group that runs the Redford) is dedicated to the preservation, use, understanding, and enjoyment of the theatre pipe organ. The Redford's Barton Theatre Pipe Organ was installed for the opening of the theatre in 1928, and it's still played at the beginning of shows today! (Photo courtesy of the Redford Theatre)
Livestreams, Drive-Ins, and Curbside Concessions: How to Get Your Movie Theater Fix in Michigan

Michigan’s movie theaters are providing film fans with creative offerings on- and offline during the pandemic, and they need your support to keep ’em coming.