Museum exhibitions, arts and crafts, and educational film showings fit for the holiday
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The 150-seat space features pink decor and an outdoor garden
Live graffiti painting, fire pits perfect for marshmallow roasting, and local shopping are scheduled for the event
Worthy of leaving the Cobo Center a few minutes early
Hour Detroit, January 2019
There’s a number of concerts, films, and comedy shows perfect for your weekend
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Parks & Rec Diner offers a quiet and tasty escape
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Curator Jova Lynne captures a time where labor and play co-exist
From vegan hot spots, to izakayas and food trucks-turned-restaurants
A greener workspace makes for a better year
For the 60th Anniversary of Motown Records, a never-before-seen selection of artifacts are on display
Food blogger and Instagram sensation, Seoung Lee, a.k.a. @chowdowndetroit, says Eddie’s Gourmet in Oak Park arguably makes the best in town
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The 13th annual Gallery gala took place at the MGM Grand Detroit on Jan 12. The event, serving as a kickoff to the North American International Auto Show, featured a collection luxury automobiles valued at more than $10 million. Proceeds raised from the silent auction benefited C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Julie Dionne and her team swing from chandeliers, hanging over 30 feet high
Under the pseudonym AstroTwins, celebrity astrologers Ophira and Tali Edut found their calling as undergraduates at the University of Michigan. Here, the identical twins share their predictions for metro Detroiters.
A West Bloomfield resident shares his memories of living under occupied Poland during World War II
The ACS Foundation hosted its Holiday Schmooze at the Townsend Hotel on Dec. 12. Guests of the event enjoyed live music from the Killer Flamingos and a strolling dinner, while raising funds to provide health education, medical care and supplies to the people of Cordoba.
On Dec. 8, the Historic Boston-Edison Association held its Red Carpet Affair at the Motown Mansion. Guests were treated to a strolling dinner, an open bar, live music, and a tour of four historic homes in Detroit.
Inside the local craft distillery boom from Ferndale to Ann Arbor and beyond
What happens when centuries-old vegetarian traditions are transported across oceans
The Lake Orion resident behind K. Carroll Accessories shares her success story, from being an unemployed mother to a booming business owner
Nash Metropolitan, 1958
The mother-daughter team behind recipe development site, Crowded Kitchen, cooks up mindful dishes starring ingredients from local makers
Cadillac King Don Massey's property hits the market
Research in a modest lab at John R and Mack addresses questions about cannabis and driving and takes me back to my wayward youth
Lionel Perkins, senior project design engineer for camouflage at GM North America, unveils his latest project
The latest West Village eatery, Marrow, carves a space for Detroit’s meat-eaters
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Chef Matt McGrail opens the restaurant and beer hall this week, to much anticipation
From all-night parties to low-key gatherings, we’ve got you covered.
The city is stirring with holiday shows, sing alongs, and more
Ruben and Isabel Toledo: Labor of Love takes over the museum until July
Tonight, sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell touch down at El Club in Detroit for the latest stop on their U.S. tour
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Holiday events continue to takeover the Motor City
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The Franklin Wright Settles hosted its Spirt of Giving Award gala at the DTE Energy One Center on Dec. 8. Donations from the event benefited the organization's mission to provide educational programs to children in need.
The newly renovated DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton in Bloomfield Hills, formerly the Kingsley Inn, held its grand opening preview on Dec. 6. Attendees toured the 150,000 square-foot space, which includes 144 updated hotel rooms, a bar and New York style deli.
From kimchi to crispy ramen, and high balls to habchi, this Izakaya bar is worth waiting in line for
With mature-rated video games continuously topping adolescents’ holiday wish lists, parents must confront dangers that their children often face at home, on their own television screens.
The Detroit Historical Society held its Historical Society Ball at the Lexus Velodrome on Dec. 8. The black-tie event garnered donations for the museum’s educational initiatives to expand its award-winning programming to serve high school students and help design an intergenerational curriculum.
St. John's Fontbonne Auxiliary hosted its 65th annual White Christmas Ball on Nov. 30 at the Detroit Athletic Club. The ball raised funds to construct a patient family day lounge for St. John’s new stroke unit, which is scheduled to open this year.
On Nov. 29, Kendra Scott hosted their Twelve Oaks’ storefront grand opening. Attendees enjoyed cocktails, sweets, and 20 percent off all of purchases, with proceeds benefiting charity Fleece & Thank You.
The city’s Holiday Glow event includes horse-drawn carriage rides, hot-air balloons, and freshly baked goods
Six-time winning chef of the prestigious World Pizza Games, Bruno DiFabio, brings his famous-New York pies to the Motor City
1956, Hudson's Northland in Southfield
This weekend is jam-packed with films, musicals, and concerts
On Dec. 1, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan hosted its 14th annual Kidney Ball at the Westin Book Cadillac in Detroit. Guests participated in live and silent auctions that raised funds for the organization to prevent kidney disease and improve the lives of those living with it.
St. Joe’s Holiday Ball, presented by St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor Hospital, was held at the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center on Dec. 1. Attendees contributed towards strengthening St. Joseph’s cancer care program, as well as rebuilding and expanding its Cancer Center.
The Hazel Park restaurants are hosting a holiday soiree for all
An Armenian-Iranian, Detroit-based writer reflects on transposing the holiday across continents
On Nov. 28, the Women’s Division for Project Hope hosted its Holiday Luncheon and Boutique at the Forest Lake Country Club in Bloomfield Hills. Guest enjoyed lunch and a curated selection of brands offering products perfect for the holiday season. Project Hope serves to develop lasting solutions to health crises and self-medical help through educational courses.
Detroit’s Capuchin Soup Kitchen hosted its 46th annual Sock (Support Our Capuchin Kitchen) Dinner on Nov. 30 at the Cobo Center. Funds raised at the gala’s silent auction supported the organization’s mission to supply food and other essentials to the impoverished.
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Restaurant veteran Molly Abraham noshes around town, tracking down some top spots
Southern traditions get a healthier spin on Detroit’s east side
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Santa has been keeping tabs on who’s been naughty and nice over the past year. He’s his jolly old self when awarding candy canes for good deeds but look out — he’s got an icy-cold North Pole attitude when punishing bad behavior.
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In its 202-year history, the German story of The Nutcracker has been translated and reimagined so many times, there now exists a production for all. Here, a few renditions coming to metro Detroit.
Hour Detroit, December 2018
A historic playhouse in Detroit teaches local lawyers how to get into character
Born in Detroit but inspired by Rome, SheWolf takes diners on a culinary journey
Chef Aaron Lowen, of Empire Kitchen & Cocktails, shares one of his favorite holiday recipes
Metro Detroit tastemakers from all walks of life offer a glimpse of what’s on their holiday wish lists. From artwork to leather goods and apparel to record players, their picks run the gamut of this season’s most popular gifting items. As different as they may be, for these four locals, the spirit of giving, eating good food, and spending time with loved ones always tops the list.
Layering necklaces, stacking rings, and placing bangle upon glitzy bangle: a definitive guide to mixing the season’s must-have jewelry
When the Detroit brand’s first foray into hospitality opens its doors, it’ll offer customers a more intimate way to connect with its products and experience the values central to its mission
Michigan wineries turn to technology to boost quality
Ford hosted its Hob Nobble Gobble black-tie gala at Ford Field on Nov. 16th. Guests enjoyed dinner, carnival rides, and had the opportunity to meet singer Jesse McCartney. The event garnered funds to support the Parade Company for its yearly production of America’s Thanksgiving Parade.
On Nov. 19th, Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP) kicked off the holiday season with its 35th annual Detroit Aglow at the MGM Grand Detroit. Funds raised at the event support DDP’s mission to grow, strengthen and maintain budding businesses in Detroit.
Traditional holiday events return to the city to begin the new month and ring in the Christmas season
Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Detroit held their 2018 keynote speaker luncheon at the Village Club in Bloomfield Hills on Nov. 14. Attendees enjoyed lunched while communication expert Sarita Maybin served as the event’s lecturer. Funds raised at the event promoted the organization’s task to foster the growing network of female professionals in Detroit’s commercial real estate industry.
The owner of W. Vintage Vibe shares how her love of fashion, family, and social media launched her online retail business
The downtown Detroit walk-up window is the latest addition to burger joint Lovers Only
On Nov. 15, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital hosted their Detroit Gala at the Henry Ford Museum, where attendees were treated to cocktails and dinner. The event’s live and silent auctions supported St. Jude’s mission to find a cure for children battling cancer.
Creator Josh Wakely animates Detroit’s music legacy through “Motown Magic”
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