Brian Cabell probes the mind and the life of 70-year-old historian and writer Fred Stonehouse, who also happens to be Marquette's mayor. BC: You're not a native Michigander, right? FS: Right. I was brought up in New Jersey, we had a house down at the seashore. Seaside Park. My mother, father, two brothers and a ... Read More
STRAIGHTtalk with Brian Cabell
STRAIGHTtalk is a monthly interview that Brian Cabell conducts with interesting people around Marquette. The questions are sometimes offbeat. The answers are frequently illuminating. StraightTalk interviews are originally posted to Marquette Magazine.
Brian Cabell sits down with the 34-year-old cofounder and artistic director of the Upper Peninsula Shakespeare Festival and the Wolf's Head Theater Company. BC: Where were you born and raised? JW: Primarily downstate. Westland, Michigan, the Detroit metro area. I was raised there with my mom and my dad, my brother and ... Read More
Brian Cabell sits down and talks to the popular and relentlessly positive Travis Alexander, the YMCA's director of personal training and fitness. BC: Where were you born and raised? TA: I was born in northern Illinois but raised in Mercer, Wisconsin. We moved up there when I was about four years old. BC: What was ... Read More
PHOTO CREDIT: JAKE MILLER He lives in an RV in a trailer park, he grows medical marijuana, and he surfs Lake Superior all year round. Daniel Schetter, alias Surfer Dan, is one of a kind. He sat down and talked to Brian Cabell about his life and his philosophy. BC: Where'd you grow up, Dan? DS: I was born and raised ... Read More
Tom Dolaskie is a young man with a lot on his plate. He's an indispensable part of a company that operates all over the world, and yet, by choice, he lives in his hometown of Munising. And now, with various businesses established and more on the way, he's committed to pumping life back into his hometown. BC: ... Read More