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As we enjoy the warmth and longer days, it's never too early to start thinking about the year ahead, especially as we look forward to the holiday season! While family gatherings and festive celebrations are always a highlight, there’s another type of party that holds immense value: the end-of-year company party.

Get ready for an evening of fashion, splendor and philanthropy as Van Andel Institute’s Couture for a Cure returns for its 19th year on Thursday, October 10, 2024.

There's a lot of appeal to a vacation that doesn't require airports, Ubers or a large wallet, and Michigan's Upper Peninsula ticks all those boxes. It offers a wide variety of activities and sights, from recreation on the Great Lakes, inland waterways, forests and trails to peeping the Northern Lights, waterfalls and lighthouses. The UP boasts more than 40 lighthouses, 300-plus waterfalls and thousands of miles of trails, making it an ideal travel destination—all year round. Let's explore the three regions.

Summer break for students means spending days outside with friends, making memories with family and taking some time to relax and enjoy being a kid. But the change in routine for some who thrive in predictable environments can also be a bit difficult, especially when it comes to mental health. Come along as we explore how parents can ensure their children have a healthy and enriching summer, thanks to the expertise of Dr. Charletta Dennis, Medical Director for Priority Health and author of Anxiety Unmasked During the COVID-19 Pandemic, A Global Mental Health Concern.

Bridge Street League (BSL) isn't your average soccer league; it's a vibrant community hub where passion for the game meets neighborhood pride.

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