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Troy Restaurant Week Is Coming: Start Training NOW!

Birmingham Restaurant week brought us delicious food and great prices during the first two weeks of February, and now, we have Troy Restaurant week to look forward to at the end of March.  And after that, we have Detroit Restaurant week to look forward to in mid-April. But I’m getting ahead of myself… Starting Sunday, March 21st and […]

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The Best of Clawson: Black Lotus Brewing Company

Fabulous beer, live music and lots of laughs are just a few things you’ll find at Black Lotus Brewery! Located right in Downtown Clawson on the corner of 14 Mile and Main St, this place has tons of space for you and your friends to spread out, jam out to some tunes, grab a board […]

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The Best of Clawson: Frittata

Looking for an amazing place for breakfast, lunch or brunch?? Check out Frittata in Downtown Clawson! They offer a variety of choices but their signature Frittata is to die for! We’re calling this place one of the “Best of Clawson!” A Frittata is basically a 3 egg omelette that starts out in a pan on […]

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Social Media Done Right: Qdoba Mexican Grill

My name is Erica Finley, and I’m addicted to Qdoba. I’m not going to lie, I was afraid to try it at first. But ever since our first blind date in college, it’s been a love affair of epic proportions. I’d probably ask for their nachos as my last meal on my deathbed, and I […]

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Food Snob: Ferndale…Detroit’s Best Breakfast Scene

My boyfriend doesn’t know this, but I made him move to Ferndale for the breakfast scene. The Toast vs Fly Trap debate was raging through the Twitter/Facebook/Blogosphere, as well as in the bellies of our mutual friends. Every time we looked at a bungalow to rent, I saw homemade French toast dancing in the bedroom, […]

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Farming in Royal Oak?!

Posted by Leslie Ellis (The Detroit News) on Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 3:00 PM The Royal Oak Business Association, in partnership with 4-H, is spearheading an effort to launch community farm plots throughout the city that would utilize school district land. The farm plots would be run by the association and 4-H, with significant […]

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Culture Clubs spur interest in Detroit’s fine arts

Fine arts groups in Detroit are especially mindful of an age-old problem many of them face as they struggle to entertain, educate and inspire audiences while remaining vibrant and viable in an admittedly sluggish economy. The age-old problem? Aging audiences aren’t enough to keep arts organizations going and growing in coming years. Shrinking audiences and […]

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Forgotten Harvest helps drive hunger from Detroit area

The Woodward Dream Cruise conjures up memories of carefree cruising days, but one of my favorite Detroit-area charities seizes the hoopla surrounding the event to raise money for a far more serious purpose—driving hunger from metro Detroit. We look forward to the Forgotten Harvest Champagne Cruise, taking place the Friday before the official Dream Cruise […]

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A Saturday Afternoon Brew at Black Lotus Brewery

I am actually more of a Vodka Guy myself, but we really love a Saturday afternoon visit to the Black Lotus Brewery in downtown Clawson for a great lunch a a couple of afternoon brews. They have a great expanded menu, with some really good food. At the recommendation of one of the patrons out […]

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Downtown Ferndale Sidewalk Sale & Food Drive

We like to pass on good things that good people are doing, all of which create a better life. Our friends over at the Independent Businesses of Downtown Ferndale have organized a Sidewalk Sale and Food Drive. Perhaps you could help us spread the word, and heck hop on over to Fabulous Ferndale and help […]

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