During Prohibition, Detroit took advantage of its location on the international border. With 75% of liquor entering the United States through the "Detroit-Windsor Funnel," the Detroit River became the epicenter of the booze smuggling trade.
Come enjoy this 8-piece horn band with impeccable vocals as they take you back to the GOLDEN age of the 60’s and 70’s AM radio with their fantastic song selections and remembrances of great days passed.
Shipshewana is known as a one-of-a-kind destination for visitors to experience the simplicity of Amish culture as well as the delicious foods and quality products they produce. But there’s so much more to explore around town and in the area including a wide variety of shopping opportunities from quaint downtown shops to locally produced meat and cheese, exciting outdoor recreation, world-class entertainment and the Midwest’s largest flea market.
Ella, First Lady of Song traces the 60-year career of the woman Mel Torme called “the best singer on the planet.” The story of Ella Fitzgerald truly challenges the age-old saying “The show must go on.”
Written by Michigan native Jeff Daniels, this super-yooper laugh fest is a hunting story to beat all hunting stories. If you're looking for a hysterically funny glimpse into a traditional male rite of passage, all roads lead to the Soady deer camp.