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CAKE AMBITION SWEETENS MIDTOWN

It’s been nearly seven years in the making and this May, well known pastry chef and cake magician Jessica Bouren opened up her own brick and mortar shop– Cake Ambition.

BIRD BEE OPENS IN THE ALBERT

Bird Bee, a clothing store with vintage inspired and contemporary items like shoes, jewelry and accessories, opens its brick and mortar location Thursday, May 25.

NEW CAUCUS CLUB DEBUTS DOWNTOWN

The old and well known Caucus Club in Detroit opened in the 50s, closed in 2012, and reopened this spring with a classic and sophisticated look and menu, and a new take on the iconic bullshot. George Sboukis leased the space in the Penobscot Building and plans to make the Caucus Club a friendly, relaxing and accommodating place for all guests.

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2018 Concert Guide

Get your tickets now. Starting with The Killers on to Demi, Taylor and Maroon 5, Detroit is welcoming music legends in 2018.   Jack White @ Little Caesars Arena Thursday, April 19 Local favorite, Jack White is back in the D.   Camila Cabello @ The Fillmore Wednesday, April 25 Things are getting hot in […]

VALENTINE’S DAY DATE GUIDE

Whether you think it’s just a Hallmark holiday or you expect to be wined and dined by your Valentine, we’ve compiled a fun list of events, dining, and activities that is sure to make every Valentine swoon for a Day!

GUIDE TO DETROIT’S 44TH ANNUAL NOEL NIGHT

One of Detroit’s biggest holiday traditions is right around the corner. The 44th…and biggest…annual Noel Night and Cultural Center-wide Open House kicks off at 5 p.m. and goes until 10 p.m. on Dec. 3. The free event is scheduled each year to celebrate Detroit’s diverse holiday traditions and some of Michigan’s premier arts and cultural institutions, churches, galleries, small businesses, restaurants and more. Over 100 venues are participating in this year’s Noel Night and over 200 performances are scheduled to entertain throughout Midtown – and we have your guide to it all!

GUIDE TO DETROIT TREE LIGHTING

Whether you’re ready or not, it’s only a matter of time before holiday songs are playing on the radio, stores become a shopping frenzy and of course, trees are being trimmed and lit in preparation for Santa to arrive! The biggest tree of them all is front and center in downtown Detroit with a 60-foot Michigan-grown Norway Spruce just waiting for thousands to help flick the switch on Friday, November 18th for the annual Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony.

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Coffee Talk: Where to Chat in Midtown

Get out of the office, catch up with friends, take a moment and find inner peace. Whatever you need, whatever you fancy (coffee, tea, smoothie, sweet treats) here are the places to go in Midtown.

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After 5 Guide to Dinner & the DSO

A trip to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra is an experience, make it complete by exploring the flourishing Midtown neighborhood surrounding the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center. Here’s a list of our favorite places to dine within a 15 minute walk of the DSO.

Due to COVID-19, most events and venues have been cancelled and closed.

We will continue to keep you updated on events as they resume their normal scheduling.

In the meantime, we highly suggest you confirm the dates and details
for each event with the venue itself prior to attending.