In Detroit, Making Handcrafted Glasses is a Passion
By Mark Sullivan
By Mark Sullivan
It’s here! The QLINE we’ve heard so much about these past few years launches their passenger service on Friday, May 12. Seniors and Medicaid recipients are able to ride the QLINE for 75 cents and general walk-up fare is priced at $1.50. Passengers are able to ride the QLINE an unlimited amount of times for three hours from the time of fare purchase.
Not sure what to get mom for Mother’s Day? Here’s a list of local offerings for all of the important women in your life.
As of last week, Campus Martius got a lot more exciting with the official spring debut of the Beach and the Lawn, which means we are one step closer to summer.
The building on West Lafayette Street Downtown that once housed the Detroit News now houses something different, but still news related, called the Press Room Cafe & Market.
If you work or spend any time Downtown, or if you just love food, we have got news for you. The name we all know and love, Avalon, just graced us with their three bottom lines, earth, community, and employees, and delicious food, at their third retail location.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for…warmer weather, baseball and a whole lot of outdoor festivities! And to encourage us to all get outside and enjoy Detroit, we have a whole slew of new places to check out in the city.
If you haven’t been to Hazel Park yet for the Detroit Free Press’ restaurant of the year, Mabel Gray, you now have another reason to head that way with the new neighborhood spot joebar.
Call in sick now, because on Friday, April 7th the boys are back in town and things are going to get crazy! It’s Opening Day and no one does it better than Detroit. So get your Tigers gear ready and start planning a fun day out on the town.