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Vegan Thanksgiving: Metro Detroit Restaurants, Food Trucks With 2023 Holiday Menus
Detroit area vegans rejoice! There’s a long list of metro Detroit and Michigan restaurants offering 100% plant-based Thanksgiving meals.
How to Celebrate Native American Heritage Month in Michigan
November is Native American Heritage Month. These Michigan sites and landmarks celebrate the rich and important history of Native Americans. Check out this list of Native American-owned businesses to support as well.
Beautiful Michigan: Top Picturesque Locations For Fall
Grabbing photos of fall foliage here in Michigan makes for a fantastic October activity. So, where are the best places in the state to capture the perfect fall images?
ArtPrize Artist Connects Art, Healing in Piece Made with Robot Vacuum
Amanda Koss is showing her paintings "Self" and "Dustbin Timberlake" at the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan office in downtown Grand Rapids during the annual art festival.
Michigan Bucket List: Apple Orchards to Explore This Fall
Nothing says fall in Michigan like filling a bushel basket full of freshly-picked apples. If you want to put a U-pick day on your list this autumn, we can help.
Michigan Bucket List: Where to Visit Lavender Farms
Lavender lovers know these dainty blue-purple flowers have a heady scent. Choose one of these lavender farms to add to your Michigan bucket list this summer.
Jackson’s Zero Bar & Lounge Brings the Party to Michigan Events and Celebrations Without Alcohol
One had the dream, one had the drinks: the woman-owned Zero Bar & Lounge adds to the growing list of alcohol-free social options in Michigan.
Michigan Bucket List: National Cherry Festival in Traverse City
The National Cherry Festival in Traverse City is a summer bucket list event to celebrate one of Michigan's largest agricultural industries.
Michigan Bucket List: Summer Festivals to Put on Your Calendar
This summer, there’s something for everybody in this lineup of Michigan summer festivals that are a must-add to your bucket list.
Absence of Proof Detroit Appeals to Detroit’s Sober Curious Crowd with Non-Alcoholic Events
Absence of Proof offers “a night off of drinking.” The NYC-based company is now in Detroit with pop-up hangout options for the sober curious.
Mother’s Day 2023: Michigan Events to Celebrate with Mom This Year
From Detroit to Holland to Kalamazoo, there are Mother’s Day markets, outdoors events and live shows happening all over Michigan in 2023.
5 Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Across Michigan in 2023
No matter where you live in Michigan, family-friendly Cinco de Mayo celebrations are happening across the state between April 29 and May 7.
Michigan Spring Bucket List: Cherry Blossoms in Traverse City
No need to fly to D.C., here's how to get your cherry blossom fix in Northern Michigan. Check out our list of Old Mission Peninsula drives and things to see.
102-year-old Detroit Baseball Superfan is with Team Through ‘Good and the Bad’
The Detroit Tigers may not be a dominant force in Major League Baseball in 2023, but 102-year-old Eva Martin will be watching anyway.
Winter 5ks and Turkey Trots Happening Across Michigan in 2022
Bundle up in your coziest winter fitness gear and take part in some of the Michigan winter 5K’s and Turkey Trots happening this year.
Veteran’s Day: Michigan Events, Ceremonies and Celebrations in 2022
Veteran’s Day is coming up. In Michigan, there are tons of way to honor those who sacrificed their lives to protect our freedom.
2023 Woodward Dream Cruise Preview & Survival Guide
The Dream Cruise can be a grind if you’re not prepared. Read these packing tips, nearby restaurants, parking options and best viewing spots.
Woodward Dream Cruise 2023: 10 Places to Fuel Up Along the Route
The Woodward Dream Cruise is a blast but with all that walking and sun exposure comes the need to refuel and recharge. These food and drink spots can help.
Pinwheel Gardens Symbolize Our Role in Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect
This April, look for gardens of blue pinwheels in communities across Michigan — reminders that we all play a role in preventing child abuse and neglect.
Detroit Tigers Vendor ‘Excited’ for 61st Opening Day with Team
When Amzie Griffin first became a vendor for the Detroit Tigers, Dwight Eisenhower was the U.S. President. Six decades later, Griffin is still there.