The Ann Arbor City Council selected Tom Crawford as the new City Administrator. We were lucky enough to speak with him about his position and goals in his new position.
Curbside pick-up has quickly taken the place of in-store service. Although nothing can beat the chance to go into a dispensary and see the products in the store, it’s currently safer to get curbside pick-up or delivery. For those who want to leave their house for a few minutes, curbside pick-up at dispensaries is an
Zingerman’s Cornman Farms announces that starting on Wednesday, July 15, they will be hosting a fish & chips pop-up from 4pm until 8pm. This pop-up event will run every Wednesday until August 26. The fish & chips will be made by British chef and farm owner, Kieron Hales. This pop-up was created to bring a
Creative Washtenaw Marketplace is currently open for vendor registration, and is looking for local artists who want to sell their works! The Creative Washtenaw Marketplace is an online local sales site strictly for artisans and creative businesses in the Ann Arbor area and members of The Art Alliance. It’s the perfect opportunity for creatives to
The Washtenaw County Board of Health has named Racism as a Public Health Crisis. The Board of Health passed a resolution declaring the health crisis and confirming our collective commitment to health equality in Washtenaw County. On Friday, June 26, the Board of Health met virtually for the first time since the pandemic began. The
The Cinetopia Film Festival, Southeast Michigan’s regional film festival that serves multicultural audiences from Ann Arbor to Metro Detroit, made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s festival. This move serves to keep the filmmaker guests, staff, and audience members safe during the pandemic. The film festival brings thousands of people together in an enclosed