Taste of History, Jury Duty event and more are at the sites of the Lakeshore Museum Center this month! Find out about science and history happenings for adults and children here.
Attend the opening of The Colors of Beer! Enjoy Bull’s Eye Quilts! Plus Hot Glass Super Saturday and more are at the Muskegon Museum of Art this month. The full schedule is here.
Winter wedding style! Off-season weddings may be practical, but Laurel Sass from Watermark 920 writes they can also be accomplished with style. See and read more here.
Thanks, Brexit! writes REALTOR Nancy Bierenga. Find out how the European Union’s woes helped lower 30 year mortgage rates in Muskegon County to a three year low.
After a “very random accident,” writer Jodi Clock finds herself at a hospital. What she learns there she relates here, along with valuable Things to Remember at the Emergency Room.
Beth Bolthouse and the Tuesday Night Grief Healing Support Group at Mercy Health Hospice Scolnik Healing Center offer us a summer reading list for emotional healing.
Sudden vision changes can be a warning sign, writes Judith Delis of Seminole Shores Living Center. She offers these Five Vision Issues Older Adults Shouldn’t Ignore.
You can help working families succeed at the Muskegon County Day of Caring September 9! Find out more about the United Way of the Lakeshore’s ALICE program here.
Can love survive when in-laws hate each other? Muskegon’s own Buster Keaton finds out in 1920’s “Neighbors,” complete and online here. VIDEO!
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View all five naked eye planets in the August sky, enjoy a meteor shower, and see the Milky Way. Plus, the “We Are Stars” planetarium show previews here! VIDEO!
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