100 Posts in Review

PrintToday, Michiganders Post celebrates its 100th post. In honor of this occasion, we thought it would be appropriate to take a brief walk down memory lane and to look at the thoughts, ideas, and art produced by Michiganders or about Michigan that have been shared. Enjoy!

Contributors

Number of Contributors: 16

Cities Represented by Contributors (10): Bowling Green (Ohio), Brooklyn (New York), Fenton, Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ortonville, Owosso, Sterling Heights, and Ypsilanti

Comments

Number of Comments: 33

Number of Commentators: 7

Post with Largest Number of Comments: “Growing Up in a Water-Winter Wonderland” by Kelly Flynn on February 5, 2014, with a total of six comments

Locations

Cities Discussed (27): Ann Arbor, Bellaire, Bowling Green (Ohio), Brighton, Columbus (Ohio), Detroit, East Lansing, Fenton, Flint, Frankenmuth, Fremont, Gaylord, Grand Blanc, Grand Rapids, Holland, Lansing, Muskegon, Mount Pleasant, Newaygo, Pasedena (California), Perrysburg (Ohio), Petoskey, Sue Ste. Marie, Sutton’s Bay, St. Johns, Traverse City, and Ypsilanti

States Discussed (5): California, Kansas, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin

Countries Discussed (2): Belgium and United States

Posts

Inaugural Post: “View: Inaugural (Michiganders) Post” by K.M. Zahrt on August 8, 2013

Most Popular Categories: Arts & Literature with 30 posts, Views with 18 posts

Most Popular Referral Site: Facebook

Most Viewed Post: “10 Brilliant Images of Flint” by Jason Shaltz on March 4, 2014

Latest Post: “Michigan Takes Three Dates to the Big Dance” by Evan Wildey on March 20, 2014

Posts by the Regulars

Most Viewed Post by Brandon James Anderson: “On Lions’ Hire (Part 2): History Does Not Bode Well for Caldwell” on January 16, 2014

Most Viewed Post by Evan Wildey: “What Michigan Could Learn from Europe, Part 2 (Coffee, the Three B’s, and Waffles)” on January 11, 2014

Most Viewed KAM KOMIC: “Kam Komics Strip #4” by Kamron Reynolds on January 14, 2014

Most Viewed Post by K.M. Zahrt: “Look! A Hole in the Wall!: Bay Leaf Books, Newaygo, Michigan” on November 12, 2013

We want to thank the contributors and visitors who have made Michiganders Post’s first 100 such a rich and varied spectacle. We hope you’ve had as much fun as we have, and we hope you’ll join us for the next 100 posts.

Which post has been your favorite thus far? Please share below.

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