Dr. Munson’s T...

By: Dane Deroshia Century-old trees from around the world assist in making the Village at Grand Traverse Commons – Traverse City’s most unique and beautiful destination. In September of 1885, first appointed superintendent Dr. James Decker Munson arrived at Traverse City’s...

Skewed Slightly Nort...

Words: Rob Humphrey   Art: Jeffery J....

Words from the 3 ...

                    It’s finally here. For us at NM3, St. Patrick’s Day is much more than just a drunken holiday. We three owners are all descendants of Irish ancestors. Evan and Leon descend from the Kiely’s who inhabited...

The Rant – Mar...

The Rant -¬†March of the Drunken Buffoon By: Rob Porter Saint Patty’s Day is upon us once again, and with it, comes the March of the Drunken Buffoon. Saint Patty’s Day is the alcoholic’s Christmas, with 4th of July, New Year’s, Spring Break, and for rednecks Daytona,...

Back Yard Racing…at its finest. Mar07

Back Yard RacingR...

By: Dane Deroshia Vintage sled champions of tomorrow all gathered on the track at the Interlochen Boat Shop in February. It is not far from the track that hosts the TC 250. This time, however, the kids got to jump on their vintage sleds and race like the pros. Fueled by encouragement and hard...

Two Irish Artists Mar07

Two Irish Artists

Written by: Carol Buck Mike Kelly: Fine Artist Mike is an artist, but this talented Irishman is also a producer, director, actor, teacher, playwright, and children’s book author. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Will-O-Way Apprentice Theater School in Bloomfield Hills. To him,...

Palate: Irish Editio...

Palate: Irish Edition By: Rick Coates Ireland spends St. Patty’s Day with some parades and festivals in the bigger cities but for the most part it is considered a religious holiday and most celebrate with a family meal and maybe a few pints. But we will honor this Irish month of March by...