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5 Places for Foodies in Dearborn

5 Places for Foodies in Dearborn

Dearborn is a great city with plenty to see, do and explore. Plus with the University of Michigan campus here, the city is often bustling. If you’re a foodie, you are always on the hunt for delicious eats around you. Luckily, Dearborn is home to some great restaurants, bars and bites. We’ve picked out a […]

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Top Holiday Events Around Detroit

Top Holiday Events Around Detroit

The holiday season is here and that means holiday shopping, bright twinkling lights, cold weather and time with family. This month Detroit is coming alive with family friendly, fun holiday events across the city. Grab your winter coat, and get out exploring with friends and family. Whether you live in Berkley, Birmingham, Clawson, Dearborn, Detroit, Ferndale […]

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The Detroit Jazz Festival Continues to Dazzle

For it’s 35th year, The Detroit Jazz Festival is gracing downtown Detroit with a lineup straight from a Jazz enthusiasts wildest dreams. The festival began yesterday, Friday August 29th and is running through Labor Day weekend, coming to a close September 1st.  The festival is being held at its usual site at Hart Plaza and […]

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Detroit’s Top Rated Restaurants

As the summer is coming to a cool and dwindling close, most people’s reactions are the opposite of embracing fall. In fact, soaking in the last rays of summer has become priority. Here are some exciting ways to squeeze out the last drops of the season through everyone’s favorite activity: dining out. Detroit proper and […]

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Theatre in Metro Detroit

Looking for a great way to spend your summer evenings? Metro Detroit offers rich cultural experiences in several realms, especially in the world of the theatre. Several different shows are currently running or have just recently opened, and here is a taste of what the area has to offer. Tipping Point Theatre, in Northville, Michigan […]

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Featured Art in Detroit for July

  Throughout July several art exhibits are opening for the first time to the public, and some are nearing the end of their run. Here’s a sneak peak into some of the art exhibits Metro Detroit is currently offering:   The Flint Institute of Art is featuring an exhibit entitled About Face: Portraiture Through Time […]

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This Weekend in Music

Motown icon Diana Ross returned home to Detroit to grace us this last Friday the 13th, on the night of a full moon in Sagittarius, giving a concert at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre. This concert marked the first of thirty concerts scheduled this season at Freedom Hill, and Ross’ headlining act was the tour de force […]

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WHAT’S TO LOOK AT? A Peak Into The DIA.

A downtown Detroit treasure, the Detroit Institute of Arts, more commonly known as the DIA, is a haven for some of the most important pieces of art in the world. Gracing Midtown Detroit with its grandiose architecture and rich, white marble, this historical relic is home to almost one billion dollars worth of art. With […]

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Dearborn Foodies Love Habib Cuisine

Habib Cuisine  has a Built in Contradiction  It’s a fancyish, white-tablecloth place, with attention to décor and prices on the high side for Lebanese — an evening-out kind of place, in other words. But for drinks you have to stick with fresh-squeezed juices. A friend remarked, “They call it Mediterranean cuisine, but a lot of the […]

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Visiting the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn

The multiculti stew of diverse populations calling the Detroit area home translates into an amazing array of opportunities to sample the differences—and the similarities—that make our area so unique. Much like following a trail of interlinking Web sites to find just about any fascinating thing you could imagine finding on the Internet, following the links […]

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