observing Fox News, it was disheartening to see what their viewers were
subjected to. It seems the Republicans’ far right wing extremists are
conveying their idealistic visions against various nationalities, social
diversities or political beliefs with an absence of emotion concerning
women’s health issues, children’s rights, voter suppression, Seniors,
Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid...
Things That Matter
All of us in small towns and large not only have the right to speak on behalf of our neighbors and ourselves, we have the duty and responsibility to do so -- and 238 years ago, we made a clear Declaration to do just that...
So, is Thomas Kachadurian now the Northern Express’ official resident ranter? His recent factfree, hard-hearted column suggests it. While others complain about the poor condition of Michigan’s roads and highways, he rants against those we employ to fix them...
we being conned? Are those urging us to say “yes” to supposedly
”revenue neutral” ballot proposal 1 on August 5 telling us all the
pertinent facts? Proposal 1 would eliminate the personal property tax
businesses pay to local governments, replacing its revenue with a share
of Michigan’s 6 percent use tax paid by us all on out-of-state
purchases, hotel accommodations, some equipment rentals, and
Fix VA Tragedy
The problems within the Veterans Administration identified under former President Bush continue to hinder the delivery of quality health care to the influx of physically wounded and emotionally damaged young men and women...
I find an interesting link between the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby and the crisis on the southern border. Angry protesters shout at children to go home. These children are scared, tired, hungry and thirsty, sent to US prisons awaiting deportation to a country where they may very likely be killed...
It appeared from nowhere. It crawled from dinner party conversations. It took shape at a lunch at Amical. It quietly made its way onto the city agenda. Soon scores of volunteers knocked down cobwebs, scrubbed floors and walls and alighted the sparkling marquee of the State Theatre.
That’s right. Thirty plays in 60 minutes. Presented by the Traverse City-based theater troupe Parallel 45 at InsideOut Gallery, “Too Much Light…” is many things, but is definitely not traditional theater, said Erin Anderson, the company’s executive director.
One of only 340 drive-ins left in the country, and only one of 10 in the state, the Cherry Bowl is a beloved local landmark, carrying the flame for wholesome outdoor entertainment..
Going green just meant recycling newspapers, with glass and aluminum a close second and third. With practically everything recyclable now, being a responsible recycler can be a bit of a buzz kill on your Up North getaway.
Harris, who moved to Traverse City in March, uses herbs (white sage, sweetgrass), olive oil, salt and holy water in her house blessings and says she has a 98 percent success rate. The failures were at homes where the family didn’t follow her instructions, she says, or weren’t fully behind the process.
Movie magic on Grand Traverse Bay, free for everyone! The biggest screen, the biggest stars, the biggest stars — nothing is better than watching a Hollywood classic with friends and family on a 60 foot screen beneath the stars. Come early for free music, entertainment, and fun beginning at 7 pm.
Jen and Torrey Bingham, owners of the award-winning Tampa wine bar of the same name, opened its northern counterpart last year. Jen is a certified sommelier with an advanced certificate in wines and spirits. She has been featured in publications like Wine Spectator, Sommelier Journal, and the Chicago Sun-Times, among others.