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.
Planned Power Outages During Summer 2022 a Very Real Risk Across Michigan
The summer of 2022 is just getting started and we're hearing early warnings that it may be a long, hot one with the risk of planned power outages across the state on days with peak energy demand.
Sports Pundit: NBC Doesn’t Even Like Notre Dame – Saucy Saturdays in South Bend
Are NBC and Notre Dame Football like a tired, long-married couple, only sticking together because neither has any other place to go?
Desolate Michigan Flat, Texas Is Surprisingly Well Loved on Instagram
If you ever find yourself in Middle-of-Nowhere, West Texas about 150 miles from El Paso you'll encounter the remote, desolate exit on Interstate 10 for Michigan Flat.
No, Not a UFO, Just the Dome Roof Being Lifted Off from the Kalamazoo Nature Center
The massive domed roof of the Kalamazoo Nature Center was recently removed as part of a large renovation project. Watch as the dome is lifted from the building.
‘One Wayy’ Sign in Downtown Monroe, Michigan Delights Internet, Too Bad It’s Not Real
Navigating one-way streets in many downtown areas can be tricky. But wouldn't be amusing to encounter a sign instructing you the street is 'One Wayy.' That's what appears to be happening in Monroe Michigan.
Nearly Every Piece of Mail in America Was Once Delivered by Vans Built in South Bend, Indiana
The fleet of US Postal Service Zip Vans was all built in South Bend, Indiana by Studebaker.
Horse Named for Dowagiac, Michigan Runs at Churchill Downs on Kentucky Derby Saturday 2022
Social media in the small southwest Michigan city of Dowagiac lit up Saturday afternoon May 7 during Kentucky Derby coverage when a horse named after the city raced.
This Northern Michigan Border Town Once Hosted Smelt Wrestling
The Michigan-Wisconsin border communities of Menominee and Marinette hold an annual smelt festival. Wresting in the fish was one part of the festivities.
When the End of April Looks like the Middle of January, You Must Be in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Check out video of this late-season snowfall from Lakeshore Drive in Marquette in late April 2022.
This Lansing Factory Once Made ‘Sleeping Porches’ Used in Homes Around the World
A small factory in Lansing's Old Town once made 'sleeping porches' used around the world in the early 1900s.