The Wine Loft, Kalamazoo Roasted Vegetables with Blood Orange Vinaigrette recipe
This incredible SW Michigan lakefront home actually began as what home builders refer to as a “spec home.”
A man pleasantly chats with those nearby while he waits in line for his turn to shop at Kalamazoo’s Loaves and Fishes (KLF) food pantry.
Introduced to Jim Roberts through a mutual friend, the homeowner felt an instant ease with the builder. Though he had interviewed other builders, Roberts remained the standout, and Jim Roberts Construction in Kalamazoo was hired to build his new home.
It is precisely this caliber of applicant -- as well as judges and even audience members -- that the Stulberg has drawn annually since its inception in 1975. Intended as a memorial for the late Julius Stulberg, a beloved and respected professor at Western Michigan University and conductor of both the University Symphony and Kalamazoo Junior Symphony for many years
There is no shortage of views from this breathtaking 3,100-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath residence on Gull Lake. The moment you walk into this simple but elegant home, you’re greeted with a stunning wall of glass
As if imitating a snow-covered scene from Currier and Ives, Southwest Michigan sparkles in the winter season. Events indoors or out invite revelers to celebrate holiday traditions and to create new memories.
Keith Crowell, CEO of the Home Builders Association of Western Michigan, learned of the campaign and asked how the HBA could help. Ken Klok, who has been instrumental in dozens of other community projects, and Bernie Mein, both experienced builders...
Autumn prevails as the most multicolored season to bike the Kal-Haven Trail as it winds its way through woods, farmland, and quaint villages cloaked in their brilliant fall splendor. Tasteful fare along the way - from local U-Pick farms, farm markets, breweries, and wineries - also delightfully celebrates the season.
Legendary basketball coach John Wooden said, “It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”