A friendly reminder tomorrow’s big summer meeting from Transportation Riders United for anyone who wants to get involved in transit issues in Southeast Michigan such as the commuter rail between Ann Arbor and Detroit or just improving DDOT/SMART bus service. For more details go here.
Tuesday (7/24), TRU will hold our big summer meeting, focused […]
Longtime Ann Arbor-area blogger “Murph” of the Common Monkeyflower has just ended his five post tenure at Metro Mode as the featured guest blogger. Having spent years studying urban planning and using Ann Arbor and the Detroit-area as the subject of his mental canvas I think he has a pretty good idea of […]
All’s fair in Ann Arbor this week
While art fairs are a dime a dozen in the summer, those in the know don’t want to miss The Big One in Ann Arbor, Mich.
This year’s Ann Arbor Art Fairs — basically a collection of four art fairs for the free price of one — starts today and […]
When you think of urban living it’s usually the newer, nicer, and more expensive places you think of, like the million dollar and up condos in downtown Detroit. Even in the suburbs there’s a wide range of prices and styles available with the average price of homes in the area being cheaper than Chicago, […]
The Detroit News is running a series on the history of Woodward Avenue and they published a story on the history of little Highland Park, which straddles Woodward just a few miles north of downtown, where “the managers and workers of the burgeoning auto industry found an urban oasis — small neighborhoods of tidy bungalows […]