Nan Sanders Pokerwinski weighs the winter options: Stay in and make progress on projects she’s been itching to get into or go enjoy activities with friends?
Last week’s installment of Things I Have Learned featured our youngest contributor, so it seems fitting that this week’s guest blogger is our oldest, about three times Brian’s age. Stephen Cain’s list challenged me. My vision for this series was… Read More ›
Fellow Michigander in Brooklyn Lesley Williams is a creative force to be reckoned with. Her blog Creative Cookie is largely about her passion for fashion — she charmed her way into covering New York Fashion Week and has befriended some… Read More ›
This post continues an occasional series on writers — how and why they write, what inspires them and how they overcome challenges like writer’s block and rejection. Previously we’ve heard from Jim Ottaviani, Lara Zielin, Bruce DeSilva and Jennifer Worick…. Read More ›
Can I just say how much fun this series is? I’m learning a lot by getting a wonderful peek inside the brains of some excellent writers. Today we get the third installment of an occasional series on writers — how… Read More ›
Late last year, I got the most amazing freelance gig: interview three University of Michigan graduates who all had connections to the recently closed Gourmet magazine. It started with an assignment from Michigan Alumnus magazine to profile Michael and Jane… Read More ›
My second job after college was at the weekly South Lyon Herald. We covered a small town in southeast Michigan like a big, wooly blanket — as the education reporter, I did a two-page spread on prom, for example. My… Read More ›
Matt and Rene Greff run two popular businesses – Arbor Brewing Co., a brewpub in Ann Arbor, which spawned Corner Brewery, a microbrewery in Ypsilanti where they bottle beer for retail distribution. Both places draw big crowds and reviewers praise… Read More ›