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For the first time in my life, I’m ready to talk about a secret I’ve held on to for the past twenty years. I’m...

In 2004, a group of researchers led by National Geographic Fellow Dan Buettner embarked on a journey to discover regions of the world with...
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West Michigan has been the new home for Peter Bane and Keith Johnson for the last few years. Formerly of Indiana, the two now...
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The other night, a friend showed up at my front door with supper in tow: a little meat loaf, potatoes, the best seven-layer salad...
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It’s a cold winter night but the ladies gathered at White River Yoga in Montague seem warm in the beautiful old store that has...

Editor’s Note: This month we talk to Michael Hood, co-founder of Crossing Water, a humanitarian relief agency working in Flint. Part Two will appear...
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Article by Susan Harrison Wolffis Sometimes, a cartoon is just a cartoon. A million laughs, maybe more; a momentary escape from the world as we know...
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Those who give flowers are the most thoughtful, loving and sophisticated people on earth. Because you did it! It’s not easy being...
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January is the time for resolutions and changes that we make to evolve and re-invent ourselves for the better. Reinvention is a way to...
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These three documents, known collectively as the Charters of Freedom, have secured the rights of the American people for more than two and a...
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For those who have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, the thought of holiday get-togethers with family and friends may leave you feeling...