Growing in Detroit
On August 1st, Detroiters took part in the 10th annual Urban Garden Tour, sponsored by the Detroit Agricultural Network (DAN).
This year’s tour provided a close-up view of the emerging fresh, organic food system in Detroit, which is providing hope and nutrition to many. From hearty greens at the Earth Works farm on […]
Our Close-To-Home Bassin’
You don’t need to travel far to try some of Michigan’s best largemouth bass fishing if you live near one of our state’s big cities. There is excellent bassin’ just a short drive from Detroit, Lansing and other metro areas.
Here is a look at waters not far from our big cities that have […]
Don’t forget that CityFest (previously known as TasteFest) starts tomorrow!
Comerica CityFest is a five-day outdoor food and culture rich entertainment street festival in Detroit’s historic New Center over each Fourth of July weekend. The event exemplifies city life, (what it is and what it could be), in one of Detroit’s fastest growing 24-hour districts.
I discovered a new sneaker boutique in Royal Oak called Burn Rubber. It’s the same kind of shoe store as Bob’s Classic Kicks in Midtown Detroit which I think was the first of its kind in the Detroit area as well as the first within a few hours drive West of Toronto (not to […]
Out of the many Detroit clothing designers the Sarahs of Wounds of Sarah are my favorite. Check out their latest creative output this Friday at Launch. Camilo Pardo will also be involved.
Read more about Wound and the event at Model D.
Welcome to Detroit, a town filled with dreamers and schemers who convert mental energy into […]