Carrie Budzinski

5 Places for Pi(zza) Day

Wednesday, March 13th – 3.14 – is Pi Day! Pi is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159 – but we don’t care about that. Just give us the PIzza! Here are 5 places to order […]

Carried Away Photography

Castalia Set to Open in Midtown

During the day it’s Sfumato, a fragrance shop for men and women, but after hours the underground hideaway becomes Castalia – Midtown’s new cocktail bar. If you don’t know it’s there, you’d probably miss it (so consider yourself a Detroit insider). Castalia is Midtown’s new hidden gem. The fragrance shop/cocktail bar is located below the street […]

GIVEAWAY: Celebrate Spring with Blumz Detroit

Get rid of the winter blues with a bright floral bouquet – enter to win flowers from Blumz Detroit! No matter the occasion, Blumz by JRDesigns is the place to go for flowers. The award winning event planning and floral design company has storefronts in Ferndale, downtown Detroit and a new location in Holly! Stop in for plants […]

Dining Guide: Corktown

Corktown is the oldest neighborhood in Detroit and the birthplace of New Detroit. In 2005, Slows BBQ opened at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Rosa Parks across from the iconic Train Station and changed the food scene in the city. For the first time in a long time, people were coming to Corktown for […]

Mo Pop 2018

Mo Pop Festival, Michigan’s premier annual music festival celebrates its 6th Anniversary in 2018 at Detroit’s West RiverFront Park this July 28th and 29th. Mo Pop Festival has established itself as a unique festival that celebrates ingenuity, creative expression and craft – three themes synonymous with Detroit. Featuring some of the hottest music acts in the […]

Le Petit Zinc is Back!

Le Petit Zinc is bringing its Paris inspired menu to Midtown. The reopened eatery has a new home in the Strathmore Building. Last fall Le Petit Zinc abruptly closed following a dispute with its Corktown landlord, and late last week it reopened in Midtown. The new location is conveniently situated on Alexandrine between Woodward and Cass, […]

20 Females (& their Businesses) to Support in Detroit

International Women’s Day is March 8th. Here’s how you can show your love to the ladies and support female-owned business in Detroit!   Jackie Victor and Ann Perrault // Avalon // 422 West Willis Street Whether you visit the original in the Cass Corridor, the Biscuit Bar in New Center or the cafe downtown – order the […]

Carol Rosegg

GIVEAWAY: Broadway in Detroit Presents Cinderella

Plan a magical night and experience Cinderella with Broadway in Detroit at the Fisher Theatre March 13-18th! You’re never too old for fairytales.  The role Julie Andrews originated on CBS is now an award-winning Broadway musical, coming to Detroit for one week. Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA is the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators […]

25 Things to Do in March

We made it! Spring is right around the corner (and so is the Marche du Nain Rouge). Get your green for St. Paddy’s Day and maybe March Madness too. Kick-off concert season and get ready for the Tigers return to the sports scene. There’s lots to do in March.   SAVE THE DATE: St. Patrick’s […]

Fish No More – Fist of Curry Opens in Corktown

No longer will your curry cravings be pigeonholed to regional dining – Fist of Curry offers dishes inspired by Thai, Japanese Jamacian and Indian cuisine in Corktown. The Fist of Curry came out of nowhere – at least to the general public. The former home of the Huron Room underwent a radical transformation in a […]

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