A labor of love on our Boblo Boat – Detroit Free Press article

RESTORATION OF A DETROIT ICON A labor of love on our Boblo boat Dockside tours could be as early as next summer BY JOHN GALLAGHER FREE PRESS BUSINESS WRITER The Boblo boat Ste. Claire, which sailed through Detroit’s past, is getting ready to sail into its future, too. Thanks to years of volunteer work and … More A labor of love on our Boblo Boat – Detroit Free Press article

Donovin Sprague, descendent of Crazy Horse and Hump, speaks at 2009 Custer Week program.

Donovin Sprague, reknowned Native American author and educational director of the Crazy Horse Memorial, is the keynote speaker at this year’s Custer Week celebration that takes place October 3rd – 10th  in the famous General’s hometown of Monroe, Michigan. Sprague,  a direct descendant of Hump and Crazy Horse, will speak about  Hump and Crazy Horse … More Donovin Sprague, descendent of Crazy Horse and Hump, speaks at 2009 Custer Week program.

Two Michigan Senators made mark on American history

Called the Lion of the Senate, the late U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy made his mark on American history and will long be remembered for his  legacy of  championing the causes of those less fortunate. While long forgotten, two 19th century Senators from Michigan made a huge impact on our nation’s history as well. Some historians … More Two Michigan Senators made mark on American history

Historic Boston Edison District provides glimpse into Detroit’s prominent past

The bad thing about Internet research is it’s too difficult to stay on task. Somehow I just ended up at the Historic Boston-Edison.org website. Of course, I found the website facinating and had to spend quite some time here. I discovered that for  only $15,000 you can buy the 2522 Chicago Boulevard home once belonging … More Historic Boston Edison District provides glimpse into Detroit’s prominent past

Detroit’s Park Shelton revitalized – two new businesses invite you to their grand opening

Historical elegance, legendary design, modern amenities – that’s what the Park Shelton offers. In addition to upscale living, two new businesses have opened within this Midtown landmark: Leopold’s Books and Good Girls Go To Paris Crepes. This is a major coup for preservationists. However, in order for any of these ventures to be successful, they … More Detroit’s Park Shelton revitalized – two new businesses invite you to their grand opening

Hometown History Tours announces two Monroe, MI walking tours

Battle of the River Raisin (War of  1812) Saturday:  Sept 26 The War of 1812 usually doesn’t rank much interest when it comes to United States history, yet it’s considered by many as America’s second war for independence. The War of 1812 is filled with intrigue, drama and debate. Imagine the nation’s capital city  set … More Hometown History Tours announces two Monroe, MI walking tours