Monthly Archives: November 2012

Walking in a Winter Wonderland: 5 Winter Strolls in Traverse City

 By MIKE NORTON OK, I know that by April I’ll be sick of snow. I know. But right now, the first real snowfall of the season is a wonderful thing. I love the way it covers the brown grass, faded … Continue reading

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At Last! Traverse City Gets a Taste of Bohemian Cuisine

By MIKE NORTON One of my favorite places is about to celebrate its 80th birthday – and in the best possible way. The Little Bohemia Tavern (known to a generation of Traverse City barflies as “Lil Bo’s”) is having a … Continue reading

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Frugality for Foodies: Four-Star Meals on a Two-Star Budget?

Lunch Rush at the Silver Swan By MIKE NORTON Karen and I realized last month that we weren’t seeing enough of each other, so we decided to do something about it. For starters, we’re now going out at least once … Continue reading

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Hide Away: November Finally Gets its own Movie

By MIKE NORTON Walking along the river this morning, I watched a flock of hooded mergansers frolicking near the Cass Street bridge – comedic little ducks with huge black and white heads out of all proportion to their bodies. We … Continue reading

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