September 2011 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine

Arts and Entertainment autumn preview!

September 2011 Issue

Run! Relax. Issue

Island Run Some do it for the competition, others to burn off fudge and check out the gingerbreads. Three cheers to our travel editor for signing on to the Mackinac Island 8 Mile Race in a quest for all of the above.

Autumn's Gourmet Forest Move over morels, come fall the Northwoods are bursting with flavorful fungi. Chef Darren Hawley takes us picking.

How Does the Garden Glow After a slow, painful decline the curtain is up on a new era for the Frankfort movie theater- thanks to faith, elbow grease, community passion and maybe one too many glasses of wine on a winter's eve.

With Gratitude, Elizabeth Pollie Reality and poetry marry under this Harbor Springs artist's trained brush. We can't help but thank her for it.

Plus 2 Special Sections:

    Estate and Financial Planning: Meet the professionals in your community ready to help you with life's essential financial matters.

2011 Fall Arts Preview: Your look ahead at the 2011-2012 fall and winter season of arts, entertainment, authors, exhibits and more


Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine September 2011

  • Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine September 2011

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September 2011 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine includes: Special Section 2011 Fall Arts Preview


  • Up North: A look ahead at a season of arts & entertainment. Call it the North's playbill, and plan your season ticket ideas.
  • September Events: If you've never noticed the luminous harvest moon from the 45th, perhaps it's time you got out more. Here's your road map.
  • Travel: Golf deals are par for the course this month.
  • Up in Michigan: Her sister's Redwing boots are too big to fill.
  • Dining: Pair your art-filled evening with artful dining.
  • Local Foodie: Tomato and basil quinoa salad.
  • Wine: Discover the newly released autumn reds.
  • Outdoors: Olympian Cary Adgate says yes we can hike and bike ourselves into shape for skiing.
  • Into the North: So long, summer.

And, of course, Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column:

    An Artful Nature

    Nearly two years ago, my second son, Peter, fell in love with Ellie, a German exchange student at his high school.

    Ellie, a gem of a young woman, could only spend five months on her American exchange, given her high school's requirements. As such, her parents traveled to retrieve her toward the end of January. Dorothee and Berndt planned visits to Boston and New York before coming to Northern Michigan and intended to stay four days here and finish with a handful of days in Chicago. It was their first trip to America. Of course, as is true of all of us who love Northern Michigan, we were anxious to make this leg of their trip, the part of the world Ellie had called home, memorable. So, of course, we relied on the tried and true recipe that makes Northern Michigan so intoxicating ...
    ... get September's issue to read the rest of Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column ...