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Apr 15 2021

Central Escapes brings puzzle-solving fun to Mt. Pleasant

April 15th, 2021|Epicenter|

Charlene Northon and her husband Kevin have owned and operated Central Escapes in Mt. Pleasant for just over three years now, but it wasn’t long before then that inspiration for the business struck as a result of family memories. Charlene Northon defines an escape room as a “physical adventure game in which 2-8 players solve a

Mar 17 2021

‘Great small-town golf,’ former PGA pros pick their favorite holes in Mt. Pleasant

March 17th, 2021|Mt. Pleasant, Recreation|

By Nate Reens MLive/The Grand Rapids Press As touring golf pros, Mt. Pleasant natives Dan Pohl and Doug LaBelle II have played some of the best and most exclusive courses – Augusta National, Royal Birkdale, Pebble Beach and more – in the world. And while it would be hyperbolic to say their hometown courses

Mar 11 2021

Over 1,000 pizzas donated through The Cabin’s Pizza 4 Hope program

March 11th, 2021|Epicenter|

When Michigan shut down indoor dining in 2020, local restaurant owner John Hunter wanted to find a way to give back to the community while continuing to provide employment for his workers. Hunter, who owns The Cabin, Hunter’s Ale House, and O’Kelly’s, found a solution in Pizza 4 Hope. “We were trying to connect frontline workers

Feb 5 2021

Where to discover one of Michigan’s ‘must visit’ all-season recreation parks.

February 5th, 2021|Blog Take Overs, Recreation|

By Nate Reens MLive/The Grand Rapids Press As a Central Michigan University graduate student, Amy C. Powell and her friends escaped the stress of school by getting off campus to relax at Deerfield Nature Park. Eighteen years after those 2003 excursions, Powell, the executive director of Art Reach of Mid Michigan, still finds solace

Dec 21 2020

#TopNine of 2020

December 21st, 2020|Mt. Pleasant|

2020 was a year that proved to be a challenge for us in many ways, but we still managed to find things that made us happy and make the best of what we have. Throughout the year, visitors and residents in the Mt. Pleasant area used the hashtag #MeetMtP to show us Mt. Pleasant through

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