Cooler days and chilly nights indicate the end summer, but those temperature drops allow vibrant hues to emerge in fall foliage. Early to mid October is peak season, so grab your coziest sweater and take to the trails of Nichols Arboretum, Raymond F. Goodrich Preserve amidst oak, hickory, and maple trees, or the Matthaei Botanical Garden. Rent a canoe or kayak on the Huron River at Gallup Park, Argo Park, or Hudson Mills Metro-park to see the color from a different viewpoint. Just outside the city, Parker Mill's Park features a mile-long, handicap accessible boardwalk. Admire the colors almost anywhere, but make your appreciation intentional by hitting a park or preserve to take in the transformation.
Lily Milo writes what you may call ‘softer’ music, but she can really let loose with her voice. We don’t usually acquaint words like exhilarating with folk music, but to behold the six songs on the Ann Arbor based singer/songwriter’s new EP can sometimes manifest moments of a candle’s delicate flicker going to a bonfire
Michigan’s award-winning addiction care program, Workit Health, announced to expand their virtual services to help fight addiction in four additional states.
Singer-songwriter Jacob Sigman spent the last year brightening things up for audiences with 14 fresh singles, collected now on a full-length album: ‘Color Coded Heart.’
Carolyn Striho brings a greater sense of intimacy to her latest release. The illustrious Detroit rock singer-songwriter openly shares her vivid, poignant collection of song lyrics and poetry through a new self-narrated audiobook edition of Detroit (Maiden Energy). “You pick what you want to read, but it’s a little weird because it’s your own. Like