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Posts Tagged ‘ Detroit ’

Weekend Fun—May 4th

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May 4, 2012
Weekend Fun—May 4th

Blue Man Group has invaded Detroit!   Blue Man Group Fisher Theatre Detroit May 1st-13th “Experience the Phenomenon. BLUE MAN GROUP is best known for their wildly popular theatrical shows and concerts which combine comedy, music, and technology to produce a totally unique form of entertainment.” Tuesday – Saturday at 8:00pm Sunday Evenings at...
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Detroit Docs Part Three: City on the Move

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May 1, 2012
Detroit Docs Part Three: City on the Move

There’s been a rash of Detroit documentaries lately, from locals with well fed Kickstarter accounts to seasoned vets submitting their takes on the city to the Sundance Film Festival. As the city’s buzz has intensified over the past several years, it seems everyone’s been trying to best document Detroit and what it all means....
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Great Metro Detroit Burgers at the Twisted Rooster

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March 30, 2012
Great Metro Detroit Burgers at the Twisted Rooster

It’s a little off the beaten path of metro Detroit, but if you have a chance to visit the Twisted Rooster restaurant, in either Belleville or Chesterfield, you should give it a try.   Even though the two nearby locations (there’s also one in Grand Rapids) are a bit of a drive, take some small comfort...
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Do you eat at the same restaurants, or try new places?

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March 16, 2012
Do you eat at the same restaurants, or try new places?

My parents came to visit me yesterday. They arrived late afternoon/early evening, so, of course, the discussion of getting something to eat came up, as it always does when you’re parents are in town and willing to pay for a nice meal out. And, like always, that discussion devolved into the typical, where do...
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ComePlayDetroit rec league has a sport for everybody

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March 12, 2012
ComePlayDetroit rec league has a sport for everybody

Maybe you were talented enough to play sports at your high school or college, or maybe you played on an intramural team or rec league in college. But if you’re home for the summer, or graduated, now what do you do if you want to play sports? Justin Jacobs has the answer:ComePlayDetroit. Jacobs, founder/president...
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If you haven’t been to Belle Isle lately, you’re missing out

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March 5, 2012
If you haven’t been to Belle Isle lately, you’re missing out

The weather is warming up, and for me, that means trips to Belle Isle.   The island is 983 acres of fun just east of downtown Detroit, whether you’re riding your bike or running the 5.5 miles around the perimeter roads, playing some tennis on the nicely surfaced courts, or chasing squirrels and geese with...
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Check out Bistro 555 in Greektown

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February 17, 2012
Check out Bistro 555 in Greektown

$7 lobster tail. Do I have your attention? Even if you don’t like lobster, if you have the chance to try out Bistro 555 in Greetown Casino’s hotel, I would recommend it. (And you can always opt to add shrimp or crab legs to your meal if you’d rather.) I visited there last weekend with some...
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The raw food movement is alive in Detroit

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February 8, 2012
The raw food movement is alive in Detroit

I’ve been curious about the raw food movement for at least six years. Don’t get me wrong – I’m a serious foodie who will gravitate toward anything that resembles a delicious burger or mac n’ cheese in a flash. But the concept behind consuming high quality uncooked, unprocessed organic foods prepared in a delicious...
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Food Snob: Ferndale…Detroit’s Best Breakfast Scene

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January 27, 2012
Food Snob: Ferndale…Detroit’s Best Breakfast Scene

My boyfriend doesn’t know this, but I made him move to Ferndale for the breakfast scene. The Toast vs Fly Trap debate was raging through the Twitter/Facebook/Blogosphere, as well as in the bellies of our mutual friends. Every time we looked at a bungalow to rent, I saw homemade French toast dancing in the...
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Pete’s in Ferndale serves upscale deli and more

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December 20, 2011
Pete’s in Ferndale serves upscale deli and more

Off the beaten path, down Woodward Heights in Ferndale, this nondescript diner from the outside suddenly becomes a slightly upscale eatery on the inside. Owner Pete Mel transformed a long-closed Coney Island into a place of his own, melding the flavors of a couple former endeavors—Backstage Deli and Salute. Walking in, you notice the...
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