January 23, 2015 | Robin Miner-Swartz
Some people can turn anything into a contest – even a friendly competition to improve one’s health. Running in place at the stove, anyone?
December 5, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
It drove people from their homes, stressed the whole city and fouled up the celebration, but at the end, going nine days without electricity was a blessing after all. (Sorta.)
October 24, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
When you’re doing your holiday shopping, don’t forget the charities that need tending, especially at this time of year. Giving Tuesday, after Thanksgiving, is the newly designated day.
September 19, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
Not to be too Dorothy Gale about it, but sometimes, Toto? There’s no place like home. Especially when this state is home.
August 8, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
Growing older brings its share of sorrows, but also a renewed appreciation of friends old and new. So raise a glass; your time's not past.
July 4, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
No need to fret over who will carry the torch for Michigan’s capital city when its current boosters are exhausted. The farm team is already stepping up.
May 16, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
Even with the work a summer cottage brings, Michigan’s relaxation zone is a place unlike any other.
April 11, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
Summer camp isn’t just two weeks away from the city. It’s a time for children to learn new things, and learn about themselves.
March 7, 2014 | Robin Miner-Swartz
As the Big Ten grows, sports fans may want to hit the road. A little empathy goes a long way, whether at the Breslin Center or as a another team’s visitor.