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Celebrate the Season in Downtown Detroit!

Photo by Joseph Stevenson, JSFauxtaugraphy @Fauxtaugraphy   I’m not sure when your Holiday Season begins. Before I moved to a Downtown Detroit luxury loft, mine usually kicked off later than I’d planned—mostly because the decorations and celebrations depended on when, well, I decorated, invited, or cooked. [...][...]
 

4 Days + 4 Stages = An Incredible Weekend in Detroit (For FREE!)

Posted on September 4th, 2017 in Detroit, Detroit Business, Detroit Events, Detroit Music
This past weekend was Labor Day, which for many means a backyard BBQ—but for approximately ¼ of a million people, it means the chance to ‘jazz’ it up a little…and if you happen to live in a Downtown Detroit luxury loft, it’s actually the sum of the two—an international music festival, the Detroit Jazz [...][...]
 

Movement 2017: Looking Forward to a Memorial Day Weekend Tradition in Detroit

Posted on May 23rd, 2017 in Detroit, Detroit Events, Detroit Music
Memorial Day Weekend in Detroit has pretty much come to mean Movement Weekend. It’s kind of an odd mash-up, since Memorial Day evokes the past as we look back on those who gave their lives in service and Movement is all about progressive music and culture that looks forward. Interestingly enough, in the past [...][...]
 

The 7 Best Valentine’s Dates in Detroit & the Metro Area

Our last post was full of powerful but fairly generic advice about how to set up an intense romantic evening in your apartment. But what if your partner isn’t the kind who wants to stay in? Well, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered there, too. Here are our ideas for the best romantic [...][...]
 

Jazz It Up in Detroit on Labor Day Weekend!

Posted on August 31st, 2016 in Detroit, Detroit Art, Detroit Events, Detroit Music
While there are competing versions of its nascence, one story of how Labor Day came into being is that Matthew Maguire—a machinist and Secretary of Local 344 of the International Association of Machinists in New Jersey—proposed the holiday in 1882 and that it was first celebrated at a picnic in 1882. Almost [...][...]
 

Diverse Tunes in Detroit

Posted on June 13th, 2016 in Detroit Music, Detroit Videos
The musical swings were created by the Montreal based design studio, Daily Tous Les Jours. The installation was in cooperation with the Detroit 300 Conservancy, Quicken Loans and John S. and James L. Knight [...][...]
 

No Tricks, Just Treats Purr-fect for Halloween in Detroit!

Posted on October 22nd, 2015 in Detroit, Detroit Events, Detroit Food, Detroit Music, Pets
Detroit ‘D’ Pumpkin/Photo Credit: Jackie Barlow   Halloween, or All Souls’ Day, celebrations in America date back to Colonial times, where public ‘play parties’ marked the time of the harvest: making a night in Detroit—where good things are being sown and reaped every day—the perfect place [...][...]
 

One Weekend, Three Days, Six Stages, 140+ Performances and All-Night Afterparties: Experience Movement in Detroit!

Posted on May 19th, 2015 in Detroit, Detroit Events, Detroit Music
Photo Credit: Movement Detroit People are always talking about where the city I live in and love—Detroit—is headed. There are countless rankings, ratings, rants, and Buzzfeeds (and, yes, I just plural-nouned that) on ‘The D.’ The opinions or predictions vary from the ultra-positive to, well, the ‘ugh.’ [...][...]
 

The Best of Both Worlds: Pairings that Make Detroit a Great Place to Live, Work & Play!

Posted on February 23rd, 2015 in Detroit, Detroit Events, Detroit Food, Detroit Music, Detroit Sports
It’s human nature to like things in pairs, and having doubles has worked out well for us: from Noah’s Ark to double-stick popsicles (who didn’t love how the second popsicle always got even more deliciously gooey in the wrapper by the time you’d finished the first!) to Little Caesar’s ‘Pizza! Pizza!’ (A [...][...]
 

Hit Just the Right ‘Note’ this Valentine’s Day (and Every Day) in Detroit!

Posted on February 12th, 2015 in Detroit, Detroit Events, Detroit Food, Detroit Music
Yep. It’s that time of year when I have to ‘man-up’ and write about romance. Actually, it might be more appropriate to say, ‘un-man-up.’ Alas, I am a girl who falls more on the Lady Macbeth end of the spectrum (the “unsex me” part, not the murder and cover-up part) than that of any Jane Austen heroine.  [...][...]