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Banging Around Downtown Ferndale

Banging Around Downtown Ferndale

Our friend and talented photographer Julia Picket shows off some cool stuff  “Banging Around Downtown Ferndale” Pops Pooch kissing booth @ Ferndale Pop’s for Italian is a family-owned Italian restaurant in Ferndale, MI. We offer a wide range of family-style Italian dishes. From our dough to our meatballs, all of our items are handmade with the freshest […]

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DIY Urban Gardening: Gardening Projects for Small Spaces

DIY Urban Gardening: Gardening Projects for Small Spaces

This Spring, Urbane communities are going to be bringing urban gardening and edible landscaping to residents. Not familiar with urban gardening or edible landscaping? Urban gardening and edible landscaping are methods for transforming traditional gardening and bringing it to cityscapes. You can read all about both on our intro blog we posted last month. Now […]

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PMTS4Change and @YouFirstProject Connect to Make Magic for the Unhoused in Detroit!

How many times have you walked by a homeless man or woman? Did you even give them the time of day? Did you realize that they have a human hearts just like you? Paul Mitchell the School and Youfirstproject teamed up to create and amazing day for our fellow unhoused community. Cass Community Social services […]

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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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The 2 Women 4 Wheels Holiday Gift Guide!

We had a great time shopping with some new bus riders at our Holidaze shopping event on Saturday! Staring at 13 & Woodward, we headed to downtown Royal Oak to visit the Royal Oak Farmer’s Market where one of our bus riders was inspired to make her own granola as a gift for friends. Perfect! […]

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Greatest Olympian Ever…Not Michael Phelps

  NBC has inundated us all with their version of the Olympics. Swimming kidnapped the main stage and all of prime time TV the past two weeks and right in the middle of it was Michael Phelps – the golden boy. Maybe they should call him Flipper. He is faster than lightning. Anyway, Phelps was […]

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Sports Dreams – Alive and Well in Northern Michigan

  Queen Elizabeth parachuting out of a helicopter with James Bond was dang-skippy cool. Let’s hope the rest of the Olympics are just as great and entertaining. Now it’s still summertime and the sport of summer is always baseball or some form there of. Whether you’re a T-ball coach, minor/little league parent or a fast-pitch […]

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Feet of Clay

  There’s something innate, something inside of us as humans – we remember the bad stuff for some reason. The time you got sick on vacation, the strange gift you got for a birthday, the people that hurt you in life… It’s sad when the great stuff in life gets overshadowed. A big fish caught […]

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Nadia Broke the System – Literally

  There are those athletes that change the game. Rules are revised, rewritten and revoked in order to accommodate the presence and dominance of special athletes. In basketball, the lane was widened to keep behemoth centers from clogging and terrorizing opponents. They added a three second violation to keep it clear of these trudging giants. […]

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The All Star Stage – Major League Baseball

  For the past 83 years the best of the best in baseball have come together to compete. The American League greats go head to head against stars of the National League. It’s truly the best all star game. This year’s game takes place in Kansas City at Kaufman Stadium. The NFL has become a […]

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