Eric Meier is Founding Editor of Ultimate Unexplained (http://UltimateUnexplained.com) and lead explorer of the Haunts and Legends of New York video series (http://bit.ly/HauntsAndLegendsNYS) He is a native Michigander with an interest in geography and history - but will try to keep the reads not as snoozy as you might remember from school.
Michigan Marks 10 Year Anniversary of Destructive 80 MPH Derecho Storm
A rare derecho storm raced across Lake Michigan in July 2011 causing extensive damage in West Michigan. Take a look back at the 10 year anniversary of the storm.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Shares Image of Visitors Spray Painting Trees
Visiting a National Park or Lakeshore like Pictured Rocks, you expect to see nature in its pristine condition. That's why many were rightly saddened when the park's social media shared this.
Watch a Waterspout Stretch from the Clouds to Lake Michigan Near Leland
A well-defined waterspout was captured on video yesterday (June 22) over the waters of Lake Michigan offshore of Leland, Michigan near the Leelenau Peninsula and the Manitou Islands.
State Game Areas near Grand Rapids and Muskegon Trashed and Closed Indefinitely
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says they've closed two State Game Areas on the west side of the state to deal with trash and other issues at the park reserves.
Massive Half-Dollar Sized Hail Pelts Sister Lakes During June Thunderstorm
The severe weather that moved through Southwest Michigan on Father's Day (June 20) 2021 included an intense hail storm at Sister Lakes.
Iconic North Pier Lighthouse in St Joseph Opens for Tours Again in Summer 2021
The North Pier Lighthouse in St Joseph will open for tours again in the summer of 2021.
You’re Looking at the Last Parchment Maker in America – Nowhere Near Parchment, Michigan
There is only one known artisan in America making authentic parchment, and the shop is nowhere near Parchment, Michigan.
No, You Don’t Add an ‘s’ to Make Paczki Plural – the Grammar of Paczki
Paczki, the fried Polish donut treat served on Fat Tuesday are a pleasure to eat. But if you want to get your vernacular correct, here are the rules you need to know.
Here’s Why Political ‘Watch Parties’ May Have Taken Over Your Facebook Feed
By any chance did the 2020 State of the Union or a video from a political rally appear randomly in a group to which you belong? You're not alone.
These People are Walking Inside One of Michigan’s Most Iconic Bridges
Imagine being a Michigan Department of Transportation worker and having tons of vehicle traffic just over your head as you work. That's the experience for these MDOT crews who perform maintenance inside the Zilwaukee Bridge.