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Editor's Picks

Web Exclusive: Lennon's Legacy — An Activist's Anniversary

On the anniversary of his death, a web exclusive preview of a tribute concert and and look at John Lennon's legacy.

Mercury Rising

Former online business establishes funky bricks-and-mortar Retropolis shop in the not-so-trendy Harper Woods

Web Exclusive: Antietam's Second Course

Eastern Market-area restaurant reopens for business.
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More »Community

Support System

Common Ground’s Tony Rothschild reflects on 25 years of helping people move from crisis to hope

Glowing Reviews

Journey through holiday nights at Greenfield Village

The Way It Was

Laughing Lawyers, Medical Musicians

It might not be normal to see an attorney for amusement or a physician for a symphony, but in Detroit you can do both
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More »Food

Just Desserts

Wineries recommend sweet sippers for the holidays

Brewery Profile - Tapistry Brewing Company

Since opening in July of 2013, Tapistry Brewing has spent the last year perfecting their recipes — and enjoying measured growth and favorable reviews in the powerful southwest Michigan beer region.

Molly's Picks

Restaurant veteran Molly Abraham noshes around town, tracking down some top spots.
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More »Fashion

Sewing the Seeds

Establishing a garment district and promoting fashion industry skills could help fuel Detroit’s recovery

A-List: (Re)Purposeful Designs

Michigan shops tout socially responsible furniture, artwork, décor, and more

Tie Society

Detroit-based Cyberoptix’s new menswear line adds a dash of creativity to the cubicle
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More »Health

Hospital Directory

Baby-Friendly Basics

Michigan lags behind the nation in breast-feeding rates, but two regional hospitals are working to increase the numbers.

Learning the Ropes

Zip lines and aerial obstacles aren’t for everyone — or so you thought
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More »Travel

R♡mantic Getaways

A taste of some of Michigan's lesser-known, but unique, bed and breakfast destinations

A Taste of ‘The D’ at The D

American Coney Island is gaining fans on the Las Vegas Strip

Smitten With the Mitten

We love our Michigan vacations, but thanks to the Pure Michigan campaign and a thawing economy,a growing number of out-of-state visitors are joining the crowd.
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Thirteen Great Places To Shop


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Event Calendar

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Arts & Entertainment Listings

  • Cranbrook Goes to the Movies: Films and Their Objects, 1925-1975

    06/24/2013

    Cranbrook Goes to the Movies: Films and Their Objects, 1925-1975 celebrates Cranbrook's legacy by pairing archival footage with treasure's from the...

  • Warhol On Vinyl: The Record Covers, 1949-1987

    06/24/2013

    Warhol On Vinyl: The Record Covers, 1949-1987 will showcase Warhol's graphic design work for music industry and will also include music and...

  • Troubled Waters: Healing Our Freshwater Habitats

    06/17/2014

    Troubled Waters: Healing Our Freshwater Habitats explores how humans interact and affect the Huron-Erie region ecosystem, while also addressing...

  • Warhol On Vinyl: The Record Covers, 1949-1987+

    06/21/2014

    Warhol On Vinyl: The Record Covers, 1949-1987+ showcases Andy Warhol’s album cover designs and includes music and interviews from the...

  • Cutting it Close: The Art of Carving

    07/26/2014

    Cutting it Close: The Art of Carving features sculptures from naturally occurring elements that were transformed into works of art.

  • Paramodel

    08/30/2014

    Paramodel is an art collaborative by contemporary Japanese artists Yasuhiko Hayashi and Yûsuke Nakano. In its first solo exhibition in the...

  • People’s Biennial

    09/12/2014

    People’s Biennial aims to cover the artistic expression and value present in marginalized, excluded groups around the world.

  • Detroit City

    09/12/2014

    Detroit City is a multiyear initiative highlighting Detroit artists in a global context over a three-part series: Detroit Affinities, Detroit...

  • Women of Vision

    09/14/2014

    Photos taken by 11 female National Geographic photojournalists are on display in the Women of Vision exhibit.

  • Annapurna

    09/18/2014

    In Annapurna, a man suffering from terminal illness must contend with his estranged wife when she drops in for an unexpected visit, and the two...

  • Light is My Voice: Images, Legends, and Abstractions

    09/21/2014

    Light is My Voice: Images, Legends, and Abstractions will feature work by Todd Weinstein, a photographer who finds art by way of naturalistic...

  • Ice Age Unfrozen

    09/27/2014

    Ice Age Unfrozen gives aspiring paleontologists the unique chance to learn about prehistoric facts, climatology, and zoology. Get up close and...

  • Waterlily Pond, Green Harmony

    10/01/2014

    One of Claude Monet’s most famous paintings Waterlily Pond, Green Harmony is on loan to the DIA from the Musee d’Orsay. This painting...

  • Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960-2014

    10/04/2014

    Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960-2014 offers a fresh perspective on the famous art movement, bringing together works from two...

  • Windows of Opportunity

    10/06/2014

    In 1928, a fire destroyed the St. Vincent and Sarah Fischer Center. Part of the reconstruction included stained glass windows that depicted nursery...

  • Detroit Before the Automobile: The William L. Clements Library Collection

    10/18/2014

    Detroit Before the Automobile: The William L. Clements Library Collection illustrates the rich history of Detroit, from its beginnings as a French...

  • Art for the Holidays

    11/07/2014

    Art for the Holidays is a shopping exhibit that transforms the gallery into a gift market featuring artwork and handmade items by local artists.

  • A Christmas Carol

    11/15/2014

    A Christmas Carol, the classic story of holiday spirit, brings Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas to life.

  • Wayne County Lightfest

    11/20/2014

    Enjoy 45 gigantic animated light displays from the comfort of your car at the Midwest’s largest and longest light show.

  • Anthony Robert Klitz

    11/25/2014

    With a singular style that often portrays beautifully subtle and foggy views of London, artist Anthony Robert Klitz showcases his beloved city.


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Letter From the Editor

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Guides

Metropolitan Detroit Guest Guide

The 2014 Metropolitan Detroit Guest Guide is your resource to finding the best dining, culture, shopping, entertainment, and much more! Pick up a copy today or view the new interactive issue.

Metropolitan Detroit Dining Guide

The 2014 Metropolitan Detroit Dining Guide is your best resource for restaurant reviews, menus, and savings in the metro Detroit area. Pick up a copy today or view the interactive issue.

Health Guide

The 2014 Health Guide is your resource to finding the best doctors, dentists, chiropractors and more! View the latest interactive issue.

Michigan. The Great Beer State

Michigan. The Great Beer State is your best resource for beer news and information from the Michigan Brewers Guild. Pick up a copy today or check out the online edition.

Michigan Wine Country

Michigan Wine Country is your best resource for wine news and information from the Michigan wine industry. Pick up a copy today or check out the online edition.
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