Note: they’re not all in Michigan, lest you think we're in bed with the tourism board or something. So on your way to/from the states, grab some Italian or Middle Eastern or British food in Windsor.
Distance from Detroit: 40 miles Southeast; 1-hour drive Why it made our list: 1) Because you didn’t expect it 2) Because you maybe haven’t heard of it and 3) Because when you’re this close to the exotic, one-of-a-kind land that is Southwest Ontario, you just can’t pass it up. Pro tip: If you have more time on your hands, extend your Canadian adventure North to the undoubtedly "quaint" town of Stratford, or head up to the Bruce Peninsula -- which is like Pictured Rocks in the U. Distance from Detroit: 90 miles North; 1.5-hour drive Why it made our list: Frankenmuth, aka Michigan’s Little Bavaria, is one of those places that’s just far enough to feel like you’ve actually gone somewhere, but can easily be traveled to in a day.
Northland once had a construction permit to replace the LPFM station with a 6k W (class A) station, but opted not to build it before the permit expired.
The Ashland area is also served by two full-power Wisconsin Public Radio stations that signed on within the past six years.
Sport fishing reigns supreme here - Cabo is known as the Marlin Capital of the World.
Hot sunny days and low humidity make the lively town of Cabo San Lucas a favorite beach vacation destination, also known for fabulous deep-sea fishing and championship golf.
Probably because we combine the cultural diversions of a cosmopolitan city with the spectacular recreation of an outdoor paradise.
Our escape to the sand and fudge of some Great Lakes tourist town or an empty forest where the simple pleasures of gasoline and a campfire mean you can be as redneck as you want. and that’s why we made this list of places you need to visit this summer.If you have any problems while attempting to download a browser, you should contact your organization’s system administrator.For any questions related to Cvent, feel free to contact our Customer Care team.JAK Communications LLC is buying KPOK/1340 from Tri-State Communications for 5,000.JAK is owned by Angela Headley of Bowman (50%), Karen Paulson of Bowman (25%), and Haley Sabe of Scranton (25%).