Metromode Two Wheel Revolution
Ann Arbor: a 2006 Bicycling Top 21 city for cyclists and a designated Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, still is just under 3% for its bicycle commuting rate although locals wish to change that.
Ferndale: the city has a new bike way network with 3.5 miles of bike lanes […]
When isn’t money on our minds? While there is still half a month left before you have to file taxes you might be salivating over the economic stimulus check for $600 that is supposed to come by summertime. Let’s make sure you and everybody else in Michigan gets theirs. All you need is […]
I’ve been looking around for Detroit-related blogs and I’ve found a couple that are obviously set up as spam/automated sites, not very good ones either. I don’t want to actually link to them since that would help them but this is what they look like: the domain names and in detroitmi.us, they are very […]
The Boston-Edison Historic District has a website: http://www.historicbostonedison.org/. Here you can learn about the neighborhood and historic mansions contained within. Incredibly, among the 900 homes in the 36-block neighborhood there are mansions you can pick up for under $100,000.
The Boston-Edison Historic District is an instantly recognizable address in the heart of Detroit, containing […]
The latest from Metromode: Michigan’s beer industry accounted for $133 million of the state’s economy last year and, despite the current market, business is growing.
Beer is big in Michigan. They gave you a complimentary beer at the barbershop. There is a Michigan Beer Guide about the brewing industry, with breweries all over […]
Have you ever considered taking the bus in Metro Detroit but found the task of planning your route to be a bit daunting? It’s understandable considering how big the area is and how many separate transit agencies serve it, SMART for suburban Detroit, DDOT for the city of Detroit, The Ride/AATA for Ann Arbor […]