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Chef Dan Barber says it’s time to reboot our food system

July 5, 2014 NEW YORK — At Blue Hill, his intimate, understated restaurant in Greenwich Village famous for its locally sourced ingredients — not to mention having hosted Barack and Michelle Obama on a... more »»

Ribs, steaks or burgers: be sure to know the basics

June 28, 2014 MARQUETTE — With Fourth of July celebrations fast-approaching, it’s time to start planning for the all-important proteins. more »»

Fresh is best from farmers market

June 28, 2014 Last week, I went to the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market for the first time this year. more »»

Food on the move - It’s a lot easier than it used to be to grab a bite around town

June 21, 2014 MARQUETTE — Mobile food has swept the nation in the last five years, a trend fed by peoples’ desire for a manageable business venture in a depressed economy, a growing consumer inclination toward... more »»

Elna K. Hill

June 21, 2014 MARQUETTE, MI - Elna K. more »»

Amateur chef eyes career in food prep

June 21, 2014 I am Alexa Christensen and I have lived in Marquette for most of my life. I am currently a senior at Northern Michigan University in the hospitality management program. more »»

Mark A. Senchuk

June 21, 2014 MARQUETTE, MI. - Mark A. Senchuk, age 57, of Marquette, entered eternal life Thursday, June 19, 2014 at Marquette General Hospital. more »»

Gardening guide

June 14, 2014 MARQUETTE — Less-than-ideal soil and a short growing season can make gardening especially difficult in the Upper Peninsula, but with planning and dedication, it’s possible to have a bountiful food... more »»

Garlic by any other name is delicious

June 14, 2014 The first year I moved to Marquette I went hiking with some new friends. As we left a hilltop and moved into the still spring damp lowlands I noticed a distinct arom. more »»

First lady pledges to fight for lunch standards

June 14, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama on Thursday turned her annual garden harvest into a showcase for healthier school lunch standards and pledged to "fight until the bitter end" to keep them in plac. more »»

Rent The Musical

June 7, 2014 NEGAUNEE — Ask “Rent” co-director Eliisa Gladwell what she would say to recommend the production to someone unfamiliar with it and you’ll get a very enthusiastic response. more »»

Slender Man: Good lesson in morality here

June 7, 2014 I had lived my life happily until early this week having never heard the name Slender Man. more »»

North of the 45th

May 31, 2014 MARQUETTE — Regional artists will be featured this summer at the DeVos Art Museum in the seventh annual North of the 45th Parallel exhibitio. more »»

Hollywood kids: 2 approaches to celeb life

May 31, 2014 In modern Hollywood, there’s Tori Spelling and then there’s Kristen Bell. more »»

Rollin’ on the River

May 24, 2014 MARQUETTE — Janelle Buttery was living in Austin, Texas, when roller derby was starting its renaissance in that trend-launching community. more »»

Big changes: Womens’ status is moving on up

May 24, 2014 It seems that in the last couple of weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time covering events geared toward garnering the interest of young women in those all-important fields of science, technology... more »»

Kiss of spring is, at last, upon us

May 24, 2014 Spring’s bag of tricks — spring ephemerals blooming in the woods, scarlet tanagers, Baltimore orioles and rose-breasted grosbeaks — are arriving in the trees after a long, long winter. more »»

Dance party

May 17, 2014 MARQUETTE — It’s a good time Memorial Day Rock and Roll Dance Party that will benefit a worthy cause: Start the Cycle. The event is scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. more »»

A song for that: New uses for music

May 17, 2014 The other day on the road home from work, my Blazer’s radio trumpeted the first few notes of a song and involuntarily, I cringed. The song was “September” by Earth Wind and Fir. more »»

New Superior books

May 10, 2014 MARQUETTE — A number of books with Upper Peninsula connections have been published recently: “Keweenaw County,” Arcadia Publishing, $21.99. more »»

 
 
 

 

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