Freshwater jellyfish have been in inland lakes and rivers throughout the Great Lakes region since 1933. But a century after their discovery, we still don’t know much about the elusive creatures. A team of student scientists is trying to change that.
About twenty feet underwater in Lake Michigan there’s a white marble crucifix from Italy. Diver Denny Jessick used a trail of rumors to search for its origin story.
From pyramids to barefooting, water ski clubs have been a Wisconsin family tradition for sixty years.
An excerpt from "The Chicago Neighborhood Guidebook."
Reflections on three generations of family and community in Michigan.