Monthly Archives: August 2010

Royal Oak prepares for Arts Beats & Eats

By
0
August 31, 2010

So which is it – what appeals to you most about Arts Beats & Eats? Is it the fact that the event draws fine artists from all over to showcase and sell their wares to the public? Is it the mix of local and national acts who perform on multiple stages that this year...
Read More »

Get your candy fix with Michigan’s own Hard Luck candy vodka

By
0
August 18, 2010
Get your candy fix with Michigan’s own Hard Luck candy vodka

If you live around metro Detroit and you’ve got a sweet tooth, chances are you’ve heard of Hard Luck Candy Flavored Vodka. Born at Grosse Pointe Park’s Hard Luck Lounge as an array of sweet candy infused vodka flavors, founders Mike Mouyanis, Chris George and Rob Nicholl are now making these delicious libations available...
Read More »

Wanna get more work done? Bring your dog with you

By
0
August 18, 2010
Wanna get more work done? Bring your dog with you

It’s no secret: At Urbane, we love pets. Whether you’re a resident of one of our apartments or co-working at the Urbane Space, pets are an important part of the Urbane experience. And there’s even more good news: Pets, specifically dogs, can actually improve productivity. Research out of our state’s own Central Michigan University...
Read More »

Join the Champagne Cruise in Berkley, support Forgotten Harvest

By
0
August 16, 2010
Join the Champagne Cruise in Berkley, support Forgotten Harvest

If you’re headed to the Woodward Dream Cruise Friday, you may want to make a pit stop in Berkley. From 6-10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 20, Westborn Market will play host to The Champagne Cruise, an elegant affair with a mission – to drive hunger out of metro Detroit. For the eighth consecutive year Westborn...
Read More »

‘Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World’ wins over fans and critics alike

By
0
August 13, 2010
‘Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World’ wins over fans and critics alike

It didn’t take much beyond the opening credits and my jaw dropping open to know I was going to adore Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. Yes, on the surface it may look like yet another Michael Cera vehicle. While we’ve come to love him as George Michael in Arrested Development and couldn’t get...
Read More »

Just when you thought you lost your neighborhood record store… Ferndale gives you Hybrid Moments

By
1
August 6, 2010
Just when you thought you lost your neighborhood record store… Ferndale gives you Hybrid Moments

Ferndale residents have long lamented the loss of Record Time on Nine Mile. Just recently Dye Salon has taken over the space and made it their own, catering to the stylish set. For those of us who remember as far back as Sam’s Jams and long for the days of thumbing through dusty vinyl,...
Read More »

When in Birmingham, it’s always worth a trip to Toast

By
0
August 4, 2010
When in Birmingham, it’s always worth a trip to Toast

I admit, I’m a creature of habit. I wind my way to my favorite restaurants, shops and watering holes time and again and talk and tweet about them. So when after a movie last night I found my way to Toast in downtown Birmingham, it wasn’t much of a surprise. Still I thought it...
Read More »

Maker Faire Detroit makes over The Henry Ford for a full weekend

By
0
August 2, 2010
Maker Faire Detroit makes over The Henry Ford for a full weekend

The Motor City to Maker City transition is complete. This past weekend crowds descended upon the parking lots of The Henry Ford to take in the area’s first ever Maker Faire and experienced everything from hands-on robot and guitar-assembling exhibits to DIY events of all kinds. I think it’s fair to say so much...
Read More »



uncategorized

Categories