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Arts, Beats, & Eats 2015

Arts, Beats, & Eats 2015

Who’s ready for the 18th Annual Arts, Beats, & Eats 2015 in downtown Royal Oak?! This event is always FULL of great, family fun just in time for Labor Day weekend! There will be countless numbers of local restaurants on the scene in addition to the already stellar selection in downtown Royal Oak! Not to […]

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What you didn’t Know about WD-40!

What Is The Main Ingredient of WD-40?Before you read to the end, does anybody know what the main ingredient of WD-40?No Cheating…..WD-40 ~ Who knew!I had a neighbour who bought a new pickup.I got up very early one Sunday morning and saw that someone had spray painted red all around the sides of this beige truck […]

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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 […]

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Summer Nights and Breezy Brunches: 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 […]

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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, […]

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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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Baby, It’s (F’n) Cold Outside!

I’m going to be honest – it was difficult to get out of bed knowing that I was going to walk through a foot of snow in single digit temperatures with piercing winds to catch a bus across Nine Mile to arrive at my final destination, jury selection.  For those with cars, including me, the […]

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Noel Night in Midtown

The 41st annual Noel Night will take place on Saturday, December 7th, 2013, from 5:00pm-10:00pm in Midtown Detroit. Over 70 Midtown venues, including the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Michigan Science Center, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Historical Museum, and the Detroit Public Library, amongst many others, will open […]

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What to Do on Thanksgiving Eve

Inspiration Uncorked in Downtown Ferndale is celebrating Thanksgiving with a Bar Night Alternative. The art studio invites guests to celebrate with a Buy-One Get-One Free night of classes on November 27th from 5pm to 10pm. The night before Thanksgiving party at Inspiration Uncorked wraps up the month long BOGO discount. Select from wine glass painting or silk scarf […]

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Ferndale Pride; Everyone is Welcome!

We are fortunate to live so close to Ferndale Michigan and to have such a strong and active local LBGT presence there. I had the opportunity to interview Craig Covey, former mayor of Ferndale, Michigan. Craig was the first openly-gay mayor of any municipality in the state of Michigan and previous held a 25th district seat on the Oakland […]

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