All posts by Athena Cocoves

Dexter Pharmacy closes

The locally-owned Dexter Pharmacy, located at 2820 Baker Rd., Suite #100, has closed after more than 40 years in business. The closing announcement was abrupt, and owner Marni Schmid chose to “entrust [patient] pharmacy records to Walgreens… because of their dedication to patient care and continued personal attention to your health conditions, potential drug interactions,

Make memories and decor

Whether you’re a novice crafter or a do-it-yourself enthusiast, the newly-opened AR Workshop® Ann Arbor offers a unique, fun experience for all ages and skill levels through instructor-led workshops. The boutique DIY shop hosts a variety of classes and workshops, with the average project completed in two and a half hours. This is the seventh

The Undead of Toledo

Head down to the Glass City for Toledo’s biggest Halloween party during the 10th annual Adams Street Zombie Crawl. This 21+ event takes place in the hip UpTown neighborhood of downtown Toledo, which features an open container district with six distinct bars, seven stages full of live music, plus creative businesses, shops, and more. Last

Jefferson Market Reopens

The Jefferson Market, an Ann Arbor icon in the Old West Side neighborhood, has reopened with new owners. Angie May and Ed Green, Midwest-natives who recently moved back after managing a diner in Berkeley, California, reopened the longtime food establishment as a breakfast and lunch spot in June. The space, at 609 W. Jefferson St.,

A Peaceful Response during Bystander Intervention Training

There’s tension in the air and communities are nervous. National rates of hate crimes have risen and accounts of attacks against immigrants, Muslims, and other populations flood our social media feeds. What will you do if you saw some get attacked for who they are? Learn how to respond during Bystander Intervention Training, hosted by