The Sept 2018 issue will ship after mid-Aug 2018
September 2018 Issue Includes:
Brunch. Hike. Beach.
After a lazy breakfast, we point your toes toward woods and boardwalks and soft sandy Lake Michigan beaches. Could there be a more sublime Up North day?
Whodunnit? ... In Northern Michigan
Immerse yourself in the thrilling and chilling Leelanau and Benzie landmarks of Aaron Stander's mystery novels with plenty of plot twists (read:fun pit stops) along the way
Beaver Island This September
Catch a bot or plane to Lake Michigan's most remote inhabited isle. Our own Elizabeth Edwards shares how to do it up right whne you have one precious weekend on island time.
Choose Your Own Kayak Adventure
Pick a waterway -- lazy to advanced -- and then paddle like no one's watching. The ultimate how-to plus inspiring imagery from adventure photographer Erik Olsen.
Plus | INSPIRED LIFE
It's a handy guide, Find Your Active Place.
It's our annual arts & entertainment preview with beach reads, school musicals, sculpture in its natural habitat and much more.
This Is MyNorth
Hang out with us online, in social and at MyNorthTickets.
Good times curated just for you.
Summer's not over yet, friends.
Up in Michigan
A winewaking family shares the love and real-life stories behind its wine labels.
Choice roadside farm stands corn, heirloom tomatoes, stone fruits, and more.
Snag a smoked salmon from Cross Fisheries to build the best-ever bagel.
IPAs to try now.
Head to a sporting clay course
Love of the Land
The glorious Arcadia Dunes.
On the Cover:
Mystery writer Aaron Stander hamming it up at one of the real-life haunts from his novels.
PHOTO BY TONY DEMIN
And of course, Deborah Wyatt Fellows's popular column
A few weels ago, we setup chairs on the beautiful lawn of Fountain Point in Leelanau County to listen to The Ragbirds. It was a perfect art meeting place. Americana influences mixed with Zydeco, Middle Eastern and Latin floated into open air, drifted into clouds turned apricot by the sunset and over water catching every color the sun wanted to throw. Erin Zindle, the founder, lead singer and classically trained violinist completed the circle by sharing that she had just come off three weeks working with future singer-songwriters at Interlochen’s National Music Camp and some of them were in the audience.
Just another Thursday evening in Northern Michigan.....
... Read the rest of Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column to discover a great little place we call the Narrows .
For a collection of Deborah Wyatt Fellows's most popular and treasured columns, including "Slices of Heaven" and accompanied with Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine's gorgeous photography, order a copy of her book, Reflections of a Life Up North, by clicking here.
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