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BIG SEAN PROMOTES ALBUM WITH DETROIT POP-UP

As Detroit’s own Big Sean readies for his fourth studio album drop, he’s initiating a set of pop-ups, and one of those is happening right here in Detroit on Woodward Avenue.

TOP 10 OPENINGS COMING TO DETROIT THIS WINTER

The winter can get cold, gray and boring for all of us, but this year, there’s a little more excitement in the air with the announcement of new sports complexes, burger joints, pubs, shopping and more. Check out our list of the top openings in Detroit that we just can’t wait to welcome to the city!

OTUS SUPPLY OPENS IN FERNDALE

After nearly five years of dreaming up and planning, along with two years of building and construction, longtime friends – Thom Bloom and Scott Myrick open Otus Supply in Ferndale at 345 E. 9 Mile Road.

THE GRIOT OPENS IN MIDTOWN

The Griot, a new vinyl music lounge in Midtown, is the old-school creation of Detroit entertainer Karen Addison.

GUIDE TO DETROIT RESTAURANT WEEK

Detroit is becoming a huge culinary destination and for a week in February, some of the city’s top restaurants will offer specials, new tastes and three course menus with a very reasonable price tag at Detroit Restaurant Week (DRW). The 14th installment of DRW kicks off on Feb. 3 and goes until the 12th.

DECEMBER QUICK CLIPS

We’ve got new restaurants, a juice delivery launch, highly coveted concert tickets, new store locations and a whole slew of beauty products on this round of quick clips. Check out what’s new in Midtown, Downtown, Eastern Market and Ferndale!

BAD LUCK BAR BRINGS RARE COCKTAILS

The guys behind some of the best dining and drinking spots in town – think Wright & Co., Sugar House, The Peterboro, Super Happy Sushi, and Honest John’s – are at it once again! The Detroit Optimist Society’s newest bar, Bad Luck, opens Thursday, December 8th in Capitol Park with drinks unlike any you’ll find in Detroit.

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!