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Gerald’s Talking Dog Essay Contest 2015: Third Place

Diva and the Real Dog By Anne-Marie Oomen Gerald's Talking Dog loves cherries. That's all he talks about… Gerald. Gerald. Gerald's Talking Dog loves cherries, all things sweet. That's all... Diva’s shower opera echoed against…
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Gerald’s Talking Dog Essay Contest 2015: Second Place

By Doug Sanders Gerald's Talking Dog loves cherries. That's all he talks about. Of course, he doesn’t call them “cherries.” They’re “Bings,” which is his favorite word. “Bing me,” he says when he wants some cherries in his…
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Gerald’s Talking Dog Essay Contest 2015: First Place

By Gordon Berg Gerald's Talking Dog loves cherries. That's all he talks about. But who you gonna call when those beloved cherries mysteriously disappear??? Stormcloud, Private Dog. Gerald’s Talking Dog, a scruffy mutt named Stormcloud,…
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Gerald’s Talking Dog Essay Contest 2015: Judge Submission

By Jeff Smith Gerald's Talking Dog loves cherries. That's all he talks about. He talks Montmorencies, Balatons, dwarf root stock, cold tolerance. He talks dormant sprays, petal fall, shuck stage. He talks Malathion, fruit flies, fungal response.…
James Kudlack stands outside his sauna in the hills of Elberta. Photo by Robert Bushway Photography.
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Winter Survival in the Sauna

“Cadillac of sauna stoves” are made right here in Benzie
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The Cabbage Shed’s History

According to Allen L. Blacklock’s book, History of Elberta, and records from the Benzie Area Historical Museum, the site where The Cabbage Shed now sits, on Waterfront Lots 16 and 17, was first occupied by a general merchandise store, built…
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Sawyers at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore work to re-open Glen Haven following the megastorm. Photo by Merrith Baughman, National Park Service.
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Honor’s Wonderland

Life on a ball By F. Josephine Arrowood Current Contributor Recent visitors to the Village of Honor confront a mystery at the site of a once-notorious local landmark. The pink “Question Mark” building, as many called it, has completely…