All posts by Jenny Hong

Kerrytown welcomes Encore Records

The buyer and seller of records, CDs and DVDs of all genres and formats moves to Kerrytown from its downtown location on Liberty St. They announced “while it is bittersweet leaving a location that has hosted a record store since 1966, we are excited about the move for a number of reasons.” 11am-8pm, Monday-Saturday |

Vahan’s has been tailoring men’s clothing for over 50 years

Vahan’s Clothing and Tailoring has provided quality clothing alteration services over the years in downtown Ann Arbor, with workmanship provided by Vahan himself. The store has now relocated to the lower level of the former Bead Gallery. 9am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday 309 E Liberty St. | 734-662-7888

Nick’s remodels, still satisfies cravings

Nick’s Original House of Pancakes is open for business after remodeling the entire restaurant. From jumbo gourmet omelettes to Belgian waffles, they have your sweet and savory cravings covered. 7am-3pm, daily | 3030 Lohr Cir. 734-622-6425 |

New skatepark and green infrastructure to be built in Ypsi

Construction will commence soon on a new Ypsilanti Township skatepark, which should be open to the public in the summer of 2020. Young skaters in the community have been advocating for a skatepark in the area since early 2018. The location of the new park, at the corner of East Clark and Midway Roads at

Veg-O-Rama offers vegetarian and vegan dishes for everyone

The Indo-American fast-food restaurant located in Ypsilanti opened a branch in Canton, providing healthy options at an affordable price. The eatery also hosts various events throughout the year such as Colorfest Michigan and Yoga-O-Rama. Open Mon to Sat 10am-10pm | Sun 12-8pm 44930 Ford Road 734-335-3952 |

Hunter House Hamburgers leaves Ann Arbor

The three-generation family business, a popular eatery among students, has closed. Its tasty and affordable burgers have been ranked #1 in Michigan. The Birmingham, MI location is still open.