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10 Ann Arbor Restaurants with Convenient Apps

Want to make your dining experience quick, easy and convenient? Check out these  restaurant apps that would assist you. Strike up different rewards and incentives that follows you downloading the apps 

The Ann Arbor Art Fair Prepares for Another Record Year

Ann Arbor is a vibrant and eclectically diverse community of about 119,875. But that number is going to swell by several orders of magnitude from July 18 to 20 as the fifty-sixth annual Ann Arbor Art Fair takes over downtown.

Long-time Pickleball Player Gives Local Inside Scoop of the Game

Musician Tim Berla, a former computer scientist, is a lifelong Ann Arbor resident and now retired. With some of his extra time, he enjoys pickleball and maintains that the game is for almost all ages and is gaining popularity.

Motor City Comic Con Offers Fun For Everyone

West Virginia resident Jason Hildreth has been attending comic cons for more than 18 years, including the big ones including the San Diego Comic-Con and the New York Comic Con. 

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. 

May 2024 Movies in Ann Arbor

The Beast This science fiction thriller is set in a near future where AI controls our lives and human beings have decided to erase their...

5 Restaurants to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Around Ann Arbor

Cinco de Mayo, often mistaken in the U.S. as Mexico's Independence Day, actually commemorates the Mexican army's unlikely victory over the French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.

Washtenaw Shelter Association Needs Help to Keep Up with Need in Ypsilanti

A replacement church has been found that is capable of housing more people, but Kelly said that the church had asked to not be identified. Unlike the churches that were until recently volunteering with the Shelter Association, this church isn’t in Ypsilanti.

Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas Around Ann Arbor

The gap between an engagement and a wedding is an exciting time to celebrate with your closest friends and family.

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.

5 Wedding Cake Options Around Ann Arbor

Wedding cakes, in their grand and ornate form, have a rich history that traces back to ancient civilizations, but the tradition as we recognize...

Prime Eatery Brings New Flavor to Plymouth Road’s Restaurant Scene

Prime Eatery is a little bit out of the way in the Courtyard, a collection of single level eateries along Plymouth Road.