This week we sat down with local comedian, Jr Williams, to discuss fatherhood, and his swiftly thriving career as a stand-up comic. Williams saunters casually into the Blind Squirrel in flip-flops and a big easy grin that just instantly sets you at ease.Read More
This is a small collection of short stories, articles, and city guides I have written for this or that. Most recently, the Gaylord Herald Times.
It is summer in Gaylord. It's hot. It's humid. You're hungry. While we'd argue that most foods are made better by the sear of flames, the last thing you want to do is fire up your grill. Luckily, this up and coming foodie town is blessed with an assortment of air-conditioned restaurants replete with mouth-watering treats to satisfy the pickiest eater.Read More
The emotions will be true when Gaylord's rising country-pop star Lauren Duski returns home to perform on the Alpenfest stage Friday, July 13.Read More
One of the largest cities in the US, Cleveland is a city full of surprises. Both, gritty and sophisticated it welcomes the seasoned traveler with plenty to see. From the historical homes of Cleveland Heights to the aggressive dilapidation of East Cleveland the city has a culture and charm all it’s own.Read More
New Orleans has been described as so many things: romantic, magical, mysterious, full of ghosts and history, and it is all true. But, New Orleans is more than these words. Years of turmoil, corruption, and multi-cultural influence make New Orleans a city so unique the word unique does it no justice.Read More
New York City has many great neighborhoods, but the once dangerous Lower East Side is a colorful and diverse area that perfectly embodies the spirit of this amazing city. Full of shopping and excellent restaurants the Lower East Side is a must-see on any NYC visit.Read More