For the past 25 years, work has taken the homeowners of our featured home across Lake Michigan to Chicago while they maintained a...
As a former educator, Cathy O’Connor has always had a heart for serving kids. This passion for children took her service in a...
Genesee Cut Stone and Marble Co. will soon celebrate 70 years of providing customers with stunning countertops, vanities, bars and more.
Old Mission Bay had been a home away from home for Nathan Boggs and Anni Crouter since 2012, when they converted a barn into their vacation home. When the opportunity to purchase a lot on Grand Traverse West Bay presented itself, the couple knew they could not pass it up.
One light bulb, one recycling bin, and one classroom at a time – this is the mindset at SEEDS Ecology & Education Centers about changing the world. It is also a testament of their commitment to action.
The number-one philosophy at Earth Labs in downtown Traverse City is “Support the body so it can heal itself.” In 2019, after a decade of providing one-on-one health coaching, Kaycie Noble took the leap and created Earth Labs, LLC, a wellness center offering mind and body transformations through the use of sound, light, frequency, and more.
As the founders of Bay Area Contracting and later BAC Design Group, they initially built two homes, one for themselves and one for their parents.
When a Chicago couple observed the meticulous craftsmanship of a neighboring condominium renovation on East Bay, they knew they’d found their builder ― Jamie Wilkins, owner of Trillium Shore LLC.
Grand Traverse area residents have been quietly aiding these young people for over 40 years through Generations Ahead. This nonprofit organization provides a comprehensive support system for teen parents and their children.
Just outside Traverse City, you’ll find a little-known shop called Mrs. O’s Crap Shack. The Shack, as it is lovingly known among its admirers, is a consignment store in Interlochen specializing in the adage that “one person's junk (crap) is another person's treasure.”