| October 2, 2017
The unofficial poet laureate of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Russell Thorburn, looks at his northern home through familiar characters and personal experiences.
| August 15, 2017
Two women are walking from Lake Michigan to Lake Superior to raise awareness of Great Lakes conservation. And they'll do it in one month.
| August 10, 2017
Retired journalist, current history professor and songwriter Stephen Jones recently released a new record featuring songs about his experience living in the American Midwest.
| June 28, 2017
Michigan musicians Brandon and Bethany Foote are putting out a new record of music inspired by the Great Lakes' history and natural beauty. Their medium of choice? Vinyl. The record is available for preorder through Thursday.
| June 2, 2017
A book about the salvaging business in the Great Lakes sat unread for over 50 years. Now its story will be told again.
| April 25, 2017
Douglas Wood, author, musician and guide, invites readers on a journey through the wilderness in his new book, "Deep Woods, Wild Waters."
| March 15, 2017
What do you get when you combine art and history? In this case, a poetry collection informed by Great Lakes shipwrecks.
| February 13, 2017
A recent study found most trash on Great Lakes beaches is plastic - consumer goods like water bottles and food wrappers.
| February 3, 2017
Lake Erie's western basin experiences the largest algal blooms in the Great Lakes. Thanks to a new computer model, scientists can track where and when they'll happen.
| December 8, 2016
Studying how songbirds migrate to Canada could help plan off-shore wind.