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Fall Wedding Guide 2019

Jennabelle & Trent’s True Love Story Story & Photos by Hilary Nichols www.hilarynichols.com Jennabelle Age: Timeless Occupation: Model and fire performer Three words to describe your partner: Silly. Supportive. Snuggly. What was your first impression of your partner? Has beautiful eyes If you wore a dress, can you tell us about it? I wore a

2019 Dining Guide Awards—Results

You voted, now we’re serving up the winners. From hidden gems to old school favorites, here are the eateries that Current readers crave the most. PLACES | PEOPLE | POTIONS | PLATES places Best Restaurant: Inexpensive Chow Asian Street Food chowannarbor.com Runner-up: Chela’s Restaurant & Taqueria Best Restaurant: Overall The Chop House Thechophouseannarbor.com Runner-up: The

Happy Hour: A Guide

Sometimes we need a little pick me up, and what’s better for that than booze? Whether you need a break from homework or you’re craving something after classes, the best time to get a drink is during the hours when it’s discounted. Your wallet agrees.

2019 Blue Book: A Guide for Students

College Life in Ann Arbor Take Charge of Your Happiness and Financial Wellbeing By Jenny Hong You may find yourself stressing about academics, finding your niche, figuring out what you want and how pricey things get in Ann Arbor. Personal finance is a common stressor for many students and while a “budget” looks different for

City Sips

What’s in a cocktail? It depends on who you ask, especially in Washtenaw County, where some of the area’s most creative and innovative bartenders thrive. From kombucha to Green Chartreuse to rosemary, bitters and local honey, these local mixologists concoct fresh and unconventional drinks worth pouring over. Andrew Epstein co-owner Dolores Mexican Restaurant 6 S.

Washtenaw Hires First Racial Equity Officer

Alize Asberry Payne was named Washtenaw County’s first-ever Racial Equity Officer in July, a position that was created after county commissioners passed Washtenaw’s racial equity ordinance. Payne, with over 20 years of experience in community organizing and programming, mostly in San Francisco but for the last three years in Detroit, will be tasked with “address(ing)