The Detroit Metro area is full of little places that are easy to miss if you’re driving faster than 30 mph…and if you’re ever on Royal Oak’s Main Street, you may want to keep your eyes open for a little place called Luna
The weather has been chilly and rainy as we enter the fall season, but the sun decided to stick around long enough for the last big festival of summer: The DIY Street Fair in Ferndale
Grown in the city — and now sold in the city. It certainly seems fitting. Next time you’re traveling up Woodward, skip the McDonalds and stop in for an organic or locally grown snack at Kim’s Produce. Featuring local produce and organics galore, the store is a shining example of the intractable spirit of the city. As they might say –when the going gets tough; the tough get growing.
Located along Woodward, within a stone’s throw of the Detroit Institute of Arts is a thriving little bakery. The menu revolves around a single dish — crepes — but the taste and feel is anything but predictable. Find out more about this local gem below…
An exciting new show opened this weekend at the Detroit Artists' Market. The show, which runs from Feb. 29, 2008 to April 5, 2008, showcases the talent of some of Detroit's hottest young artists studying at the Cranbrook Art School. The show is for a good cause — to give these artists the exposure they need and scholarship money. Check out [...]