Welcome to the second installment of Behind the Tasting Room! We are continuing our look behind the winemakers' curtain focusing on wineries and vineyards in the Traverse City region. Today's feature is covering 45 North Vineyard & Winery, enjoy a sneak peek of the future and an in-depth look at what's happening in the cellar.
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You may already have seen them while walking or driving through Downtown Traverse City, spread across the otherwise blank walls of banks, stores and other buildings. A massive portrait of Ernest Hemingway -- a Japanese print of breaking waves, a strangely compelling picture of two urban acrobats
Harriet is sure-footed as she navigates the Indoor Farmers Market inside the Village at Grand Traverse Commons. Every Saturday after her swim at the YMCA, she heads over to Building 50 to chat with her farmer friends and pick from their selection of produce and other locally produced items.
Tell us a little about what a "Sports & Group Account Executive" does at Traverse City Tourism.
I love the versatility of my job. On any given day I can be found researching area venues for events, completing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to host future sporting events, creating itineraries for
It’s the time of the year for giving and receiving, and celebrating with those we love. It’s also a great time to give and celebrate with wine, try new wines and see how pairing the right wine with your holiday meal can enhance your
What do you love about Traverse City? Beaches, colorful sunsets, delicious food, award-winning wines, craft brews, four season recreation, and so much more—whatever you favor you will find in "Take Me There"—Traverse City Tourism's new theme song by The Hacky Turtles.
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For some people, a family trip to Traverse City just wouldn’t be the same without the family dog. Fortunately, this is a pretty pooch-friendly town.
The same natural attractions that make TC such a popular place for outdoor recreation – miles of forest trails, wide open spaces and long beaches, make
By MIKE NORTON
I’m not much of a shopper. But I’m a really good browser.
Heck, I can browse for hours. And if I’m not browsing in a bookstore, the chances are pretty good that I’ll be in one of Traverse City’s many antique shops.
The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, seen across the Munson Arboretum Lawn
TRAVERSE CITY, MI– When Ray Minervini agreed to take over the redevelopment of Traverse City’s 117-year-old mental asylum , more than a few people thought the idea was, well… crazy. The job was to transform a campus of