On Monday, March 16, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order to close dine-in services at all bars, restaurants and coffee shops, along with closures of other businesses. Fortunately, that closure only applies to dine-in. Carry-out and delivery are still available, and many restaurants are taking advantage of the option— even adding curbside pickup, special discounts,
As concerns grow over the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, many area institutions are taking steps to help combat a potential epidemic. We’re keeping track of cancelations, postponed events and city updates. Last updated: 1:30pm on Friday, March 13 Michigan, at a glance 135 people have been approved for testing12 people have tested positive for COVID-19120 people
Singers from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance will enthrall audiences with a variety of show tune classics as part of The Best of Broadway, hosted by the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra. Hear selections from Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story along with
Chelsea Burger plans to open this month in the former Seitz Tavern space at 110 W. Middle St. Co-owner Paul Fredenberg, who owns a 55-acre farm with his wife, plans to use an abundance of his farm-raised meat and produce in the eatery.
The General Defense Committee (GDC), along with other community organizations, is working towards converting a restaurant on Ecorse Rd. in Ypsilanti into a multi-purpose, Community Center and Union Hall with a plan to engage members of the community and to create a place where people can come together. The group’s mission — “Anything that fosters