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Ann Arbor Father’s Day Gift Guide

Fathers Day is coming up and it’s the perfect time to pick out a gift for the father in your life. The Ann Arbor area is full of a ton of businesses that have great gift options.

Proposal Made To Empower Cities With Housing Policy

The cost of living has become one of those evergreen stories that politicians grandstand about, magazines like this one spill gallons of digital ink...

The Maize and Blue Cupboard Sees Increased Demand

University of Michigan students have it good in a lot of ways – with the restaurant and clubbing culture of downtown, the Big House, the art galleries and the vibrant student life – but they are not immune to the world.

16 Ann Arbor Area Festivals You Can’t Miss This Summer

The Ann Arbor area is home to more than a dozen Summer festivals. Whether you are searching for the best in music, food, art or culture, the Washtenaw area has you covered.

The Creature Conservancy Hosts Animal Events and Summer Camps

If your family hasn’t yet visited The Creature Conservancy in Ann Arbor, you are in for such a treat! The Creature Conservancy’s mission is “Conservation...

Washtenaw County Farmers Market Roundup

Spend your summer surrounded by local produce, delicious treats and artisanal products at the many farmers markets across Washtenaw County.

New LGBTQ+  Bar is Coming to Ann Arbor

The Ann Arbor area will experience a new addition to the nightlife experience as Uplift, a new LGBTQ+  bar, will open in late summer at 210 S. First St. in the heart of the city’s downtown. 

Pink Shamrocks Brings Antiques and DIY Fun to Milan

Named for owner Rita Gordon’s love for the color pink and Irish heritage, Pink Shamrocks began about fifteen years ago when Gordon and her husband were looking to furnish their house.

Salt City Antiques Exemplifies a Family’s Lifelong Passion

“The antique store is just a bunch of fun for me and mom,” Salt City Antiques Co-Owner Steven Hudock said. The store, located at...

Sonic Lunch Returns for Another Standout Season

Are you feeling alone, bored, and having a hard time finding good new music? Well don’t worry because Sonic Lunch is coming back this summer!

The Byrd Center Farmhouse is Becoming a Historic District

On January 11, the Pittsfield Township board voted on making the Byrd Center Farmhouse a historical district. Formerly known as Sunny Pastures, The Byrd Center is named after black activist, educator, and architect David Byrd.

Vault of Midnight to Host Free Comic Book Day

Expect to find a long line to be streaming out of the front door of Vault of Midnight on May 4. This will be...