Quick Buzzes

. March 25, 2013.
marijuana

Despite the uncertain future of marijuana dispensaries in Michigan, Mediswipe  is pushing ahead.  The company,  is opening an Ann Arbor office with three physicians who can write marijuana prescriptions and another half dozen administrative folks who can help patients with their certification paperwork.

After 51 years of operation, Herb David Guitar Studio will close its doors on March 31 following one massive liquidation sale. Herb himself will retire, and is considering leasing the space his studio once occupied.

The Florida sandwich chain, Firehouse Subs, is expanding in Michigan with an Ann Arbor location that opened in mid-March at 609 East William Street.

Bikram Yoga, located next to Whole Foods on Washtenaw Ave., is expanding its facilities in anticipation of increased traffic, thanks to new businesses moving into the Washtenaw Corridor. The additions include new locker rooms, showers, and an expanded
reception area.

 Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea will open its first Ypsilanti location at 735 Cross St. this month. The local franhcise has three locations in Ann Arbor proper.

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