April 2015

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A Pedaling Pack of Wolves

Without the ‘squad,’ Slow Roll wouldn’t exist

Booze Cruise

Where there are bikes, there is beer

Detroit Rides!

Detroit may have been built around the automotive industry, but as the Motor City looks ahead on the road to recovery, its streets aren’t filling with cars, but motor-less, pedal-powered, two-wheeled machines. From manufacturers and mechanics to Monday night Slow Roll, Detroit’s becoming a bike town — and it’s just barely gotten rid of its training wheels.

Earthy Vibe

Downtown Home & Garden maintains a distinctly Ann Arbor appeal

Gearing Up

Detroit Bikes owner wants to get American-made bike manufacturing back on a roll

It Was a Very Good Year

The remarkable 1935-36 season was a great time for Detroit sports fans. Nearly 80 years later, efforts are underway to revive ‘Champions Day’.

Magic in Michigan

A pair of home-grown illusionists star as part of an international tour of jaw-dropping tricks that amaze and amuse

Not the 'Same Old Song'

Motown Museum to celebrate 30th anniversary with a poetry slam, membership card, and more ways to ‘Come and Get These Memories’

The Bully Pulpit

2014-15 Michigan Teacher of the Year, Melody Arabo breaks down stereotypes about harmful classroom behavior in book

The Rapid Rise of Slow Roll

Five years ago, Monday nights in Detroit were just like any other. Now, they’re a celebration of cycling, community, and the city.

Wrenching for a Ride

Detroit nonprofit Back Alley Bikes offers opportunities for youth (and adults) to build, repair, and ride bikes … and have fun in the process
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