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5 Great African-American Owned Businesses to Frequent for Black History Month and Beyond

1.) The Blue Nile Owner Habte Dadi and Alma Lessanework created an authentic Ethiopian experience at their restaurant. Along with food served on a traditional...

Ann Arbor’s Valentines Day Gift Guide

Finding the perfect gift for your Valentine can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are plenty of locally owned shops that have just what you need...

8 Men’s Boutiques Around Ann Arbor

The Washtenaw County shopping scene is ever-growing and changing, from new restaurants like Spiedo’s in Ann Arbor to spa businesses like Heyday. While the...

Anxious Nation Lifts Stigma and Raises Awareness

The University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry will screen the award-winning documentary, “Anxious Nation” at the Michigan Theater on October 25 at 7 p.m.,...

Ann Arbor’s Commitment to Conservation

Ann Arbor is renowned for its dedication to environmental conservation. The Ann Arbor Greenbelt Program stands as a testament to this commitment, often referred...

Wag N’ Wash of Ann Arbor Hosts Grand Opening

All pet lovers are invited to celebrate the grand opening of Wag N’ Wash, 353 N. Maple Road, Ann Arbor, on Sept. 30. Wag N’ Wash...

Clements Rare Manuscript Library Turns 100

One of Ann Arbor’s most interesting and academically vibrant hidden gems is turning a hundred years old this year. The squat, handsome, limestone building...

May Mobility: The Future of Transportation in Ann Arbor

What is May Mobility? May Mobility is the self-described “Future of Mobility.” Offering a transportation cross-breed between a self-driving Uber/Lyft and the convenience with service...

Ann Arbor Explores Bond Funding to Increase Affordable Housing Access

  The City of Ann Arbor passed a resolution in 2015 to build 2,787 affordable housing rental units by 2035 as part of efforts to...

Introduce Your Summer Visitors to the Washtenaw County Cannabis Scene — Safely and Enjoyably

Ann Arbor, the cannabis capital of the state, is an incredible place to visit for the summer. If you have friends coming to town who enjoy partaking in the devil’s lettuce, here’s our favorite list of local marijuana shops and micro businesses to hit up, as well as a refresher of what’s legal and what’s not in A2 so you can enjoy everything safely!

TeaHaus Debuts New Tea-Infused Cocktails and Tea For Dummies Book

Since opening almost sixteen years ago in a small storefront with 200 tea tins, Ann Arbor’s TeaHaus has blossomed into one of the best...