Beatty’s new historical fiction features a comic book store owner. Why? Read panels from the graphic novel and find out more here. VIDEO!
Whimsical Wednesdays return, Fossils of the Michigan Basin are on display, and the City Barn gallery is newly remodeled! News from Lakeshore Museum Center. VIDEO!
WINE AND JAZZ
Enjoy wine tasting, live jazz from Dave Collee and The Skylarks, food, local artists and an upscale silent auction at White Lake Wine and Jazz, August 2 in Goodrich Park, Whitehall.
Confused about fats and if you should be eating beef? Before removing red meat from your diet, consider this article from the Meat Block on health benefits of lean beef. VIDEO!
Is Muskegon real estate still a buyer's market? The answer depends on the area you are discussing when you ask the question. Nancy Bierenga explains here. VIDEO!
What is new and exciting at AgeWell Services at Tanglewood Park this summer? Much! Construction, new classes, Café deals, and the Veggie Van explained by Sharon TerHaar here! VIDEO!
Traditional celebrations a thing of the past at Watermark 920! Find out what people are doing to make gatherings interesting here.
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. Find out what this has to do with funeral services from Dale Clock. VIDEO!
As the sun sets, restlessness in Alzheimer’s sufferers sometimes peaks. Find out what this is and how to manage it from Seminole Shores Living Center.
Blair Moreau, from the Mercy Health Heart Center shares with us why laughter is so important for mind, body and spirit. VIDEO!
Rev. Diane Stark of Unity of Muskegon discusses the wisdom to be found in cinema and literature that sources us to higher ideals. VIDEO!
United Way is urging Lakeshore communities to take action by volunteering for United We Read programs. Find out more about childhood literacy here! VIDEO!
LAKESHORE STAR GAZER
This month, clear skies contain many interesting sights, including some best views of the Milky Way. Astronomer Jonathan Truax talks you through July’s night sky. VIDEO!
In “The Playhouse,” Keaton uses multiple exposures to portray everyone in the theater, a tricky thing to accomplish in 1921, well before computer matting techniques. VIDEO!
Set your datebook with Muskegon County's BEST online events calendar, from Hackley Public Library.
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