In The Spotlight
Ho Hum. Well kinda. We're all working our way back to normal and most everything we know and love is kinda coming back on line. Yes, there are still a few of our biggest events that are "playing hurt" because a lot of what goes into planning and pulling off these big events were decisions that had to be made long before any restrictions were lifted and that left a lot of really incredible people in town who give of themselves to make these big events happen standing there with a LARGE gamble to make. It's no place anyone wants to be having to wait yet again for something like Rockstock or the Michigan Irish Music Festival but the simple fact is that so many unknowns play into planning an event like this and the losses from a resurgence or the virus or, another round of crowd limits could ruin the events for good. So, some have scaled back, some have had to wait.
July 28, 2021 Muskegon, MI. Public Service Announcement. Public Health – Muskegon County Reminds all to Continue COVID-19 Precautions. Delta Variant Cases of COVID-19 Detected in Muskegon County.
If that headline don't make your mouth water, um...."Houston, we have a problem." We're back in the kitchen of the Soul Filled Eatery on Glade Street in Muskegon with Chef LaKisha Harris and you are in for an explosive taste treat today. Brace yourself for breakfast, LaKisha is whipping up candied bacon and blueberry waffles.