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Concours, Of Course

Today’s 1st-ever “Concours d’Caffeine” was a roaring success.

No. there were not a lot of loud engines.

Just plenty of cars — antiques, classics, limited editions, expensive, and very cool ones. 245 more words


Concours d'Caffeine Cruises Into Saugatuck Sunday

Two weeks ago, the train station was filled with electric vehicles. A road rally highlighted what proponents hope is the automotive wave of the future. 374 more words

Looking Back

Saugatuck to consider new bans on street performers despite previous ACLU lawsuit

SAUGATUCK, Mich. — After the city recently settled a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of two street performers last year, city leaders are now considering additional bans on street performing in the downtown area. 438 more words


Despite Closing, There's Plenty Cooking At Mario's

When Mario’s closed last month, hundreds of loyal customers lost a lot: A favorite restaurant. A meeting place. Tradition.

Over 50 employees lost something much harder to replace: Their jobs. 675 more words


Mersene: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

For over 60 years, Silver’s was Westport’s best-known go-to store for gifts.

For the last 3 or 4 years, Indulge by Mersene was Saugatuck’s less-known, but equally beloved, spot for funky, 1-of-a-kind gifts. 521 more words


I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream (flavored beer)

A few days ago, New Belgium Brewing Company announced that they will be collaborating with Ben & Jerry’s on an ice cream flavored beer. Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, to be exact. 544 more words