Spring is upon us and love is the air, which means there will be many people in Ann Arbor popping the question. For those experiencing uncertainty about how to propose, we’ve got your back with a few ideas, including one Saline couple’s romantic story for inspiration. For those of you working on wedding logistics and
While many of us are struggling to adjust to a work-from-home-life during the COVID-19 crisis, there are people working in the hospitality industry who don’t have the option to work at all. From bartenders and servers to hotel clerks and event venue staff, people are being deeply impacted financially from shutdowns caused by the coronavirus.
Faced with possible cancellation of the 58th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival organizers instead decided to offer a free live stream of the film entries. While festivals across the country are postponing or canceling scheduled events, AAFF Director Leslie Raymond found streaming to be the best solution. “We did explore options of canceling the festival
$1 oysters. A 32oz bag of carrots for less than a dollar. $12 New York Strips. Does it sound too good to be true? It isn’t. Weber’s Restaurant is making sure you don’t go without your culinary favorites during this time of social distancing. Every morning the restaurant takes inventory and posts a new order
What first drew you to your work at Ozone House? As a new social worker, over 24 years ago, I learned quickly that Ozone House was unique. It was easy to see that they put youth at the center of their program design and approach. I was lucky to work for Ozone House for the
When Alyssa Hughes, the new interim head distiller at Ann Arbor Distilling Company, first started reading about alchemy as a teenager, she had no idea that her fascination with the topic would lead to her to become a cheesemaker and, eventually, a distiller of spirits. While the connection between alchemy, cheesemaking and distilling might seem