Bringing thousands of women together every year, the Go Red For Women Luncheon was hosted at Ford Field on Feb. 15. The American Heart Association annual event raises awareness on heart disease, one of the leading causes of death in females, and promotes healthy lifestyles for women, and their families, to lead.
On Feb. 9, the Washtenaw Community College Foundation held its 34th Annual Mardi Gras Winter Gala at the school’s Ann Arbor campus. Attendees enjoyed a dinner prepared by local chefs and supported the foundation’s mission to provide scholarships to students in need.
On Feb. 10, Planthropie's Cake Over Dates pre-Valentine's Day soiree invited guests to Tribe Detroit for a moderated panel discussion featuring female entrepreneurs. Attendees sampled the plant-based catering company's vegan cheeses and desserts, and entered into a raffle for locally sourced beauty and wellness products.
And Michigan overall, for that matter
The “Drew Barrymore” singer performs tonight at The Shelter in Detroit
Saks Fifth Avenue celebrated the Lunar New Year with a soiree hosted by Yan International on Jan. 31. Taking place at the department store's location in Somerset Collection, attendees enjoyed cocktails and a fashion presentation on upcoming spring trends. Proceeds from the event benefitted Beaumont Children's Miracle Network.
Embrace this cold, winter weekend with comedy shows, family fun, and musical performances that are suited for all tastes.
Enough SAID and Michigan Women Forward hosted The Grand Masquerade at the Eastern in Detroit on Feb. 1. The masquerade-themed event raised funds for Enough SAID, an organizations that is dedicated to testing backlogged rape kits in Detroit.
Because your significant other is worth more than a simple movie and dinner
The Detroit Red Wings Foundation held the 19th Annual "Toast of Hockeytown" at Little Caesars Arena on Feb. 5. Party-goers had the opportunity to meet the entire Red Wings team, coaches, and select alumni. Funds raised at the event benefitted the Detroit Red Wings Foundation, a non-profit organization that contributes to causes that support the growth of the community.
The Great Lakes Burn Camp and the Shelby Township Fire Fighters hosted the 29th Annual Red Hot Night Dinner Dance fundraiser on Feb. 9 at the Palazzo Grande. Profits from the event's raffle were donated to Great Lakes Burn Camp for Kids in Jackson.
On Feb. 9, the Detroit Institute of Arts hosted its Black History Month celebration at the museum, with the Detroit Pistons players and staff being the guests of honor. Following a cocktail hour that encouraged guests to walk through fashion designer Isabel Toledo's 'Labor of Love' exhibit, attendees heard a speech from Pistons Vice Chairman Arn Tellem, that recognized outstanding African-American leaders. They later enjoyed a seated dinner and a shopping event sponsored by Neiman Marcus.
A polished ambience and masterful dishes at downtown Detroit’s Prime + Proper, reimagine the ethos of the American steakhouse
The build-your-own taco joint will open this spring
From friends and families, to financial ambiguities, Dr. Terri Orbuch has answers
From abandoned structures to basketball courts, Rutt prefers painting concrete over canvas
Grey Ghost, Gold Cash Gold, and The Apparatus Room offer special menus for the holiday
Appearances by Diana Ross, Berry Gordy Jr., and a tribute to the Queen of Soul made the event decidedly Detroit
The “First Day Out” artist shares advice on how to make it in the music industry
At Bald Mountain Behavioral Medicine, individuals with addictions are able to receive effective treatment for their illness. John Kitzmiller, M.D. and his wife, Diana, founded the clinic in 2013 to serve as a private outpatient therapeutic resource for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
Metro Detroit will be alive this weekend with three days packed full of food, history, and pre-Valentine’s Day fun.
The Cains view the remodeling and reintroduction of Great Lakes Tower’s condo units to market as a “quintessential” example of the overall revitalization efforts happening throughout Detroit.
A young, rising female activist shares the impact and inspiration of Rashida Tlaib’s historic win as the first female Muslim to the U.S. Congress
The mother-daughter team behind recipe development site, Crowded Kitchen, cooks up mindful dishes starring ingredients from local makers
Adachi brings a fresh Asian-inspired menu to a Birmingham landmark
Choosing a restaurant’s wine offerings involves more than throwing darts in a cellar. Gerry Baker, assistant general manager and sommelier at MGM Grand Detroit’s Wolfgang Puck Steak, discloses the methodology behind building the ultimate wine list.
More than a century ago, Juliette Gordon Low sparked a movement to inspire girls to embrace their strength and intellect.
University of Michigan Professor Natasha Pilkauskas finds one type of household is on the rise
One podcast founder on using her voice to foster community among determined mothers
Actress, activist, and co-founder of Detroit Blows
The female-led team at Folk says wholesome food is about more than the ingredients
An Ann-Arbor-based writer realizes the true way to celebrate has nothing to do with firecrackers or shiny envelopes
More than 60 years after Black Bottom was razed, the Detroit region named for its rich, dark soil has become an unlikely point of interest to a new generation of African-American history enthusiasts
It’s the deft way in which pearls adorn heavy metals this season that gives them a provocative edge
George Shirley, 1966
Five spots to eat, drink, and watch the Super Bowl LIII
Drawing inspiration from the spring bridal runways and celebrity brides alike (we’re looking at you, Priyanka Chopra), this season’s wedding fashions marry minimalism and romance, with sleek yet scintillating silhouettes, dainty accessories, and the underpinnings to match
Ann Arbor’s Forever Labs builds a thriving business banking stem cells on the prospect of future cures and life extension
A makeshift theater inside a heated tent offers cozy couches and cocktails
Enjoy a weekend full of arts, food, and charity
On Jan. 26, the first Boys 2 Men (B2M) Black Tie Affair was held at in Lathrup Village. Proceeds from the event’s silent auction raised funds for the B2M’s mentoring program for young boys.
On Jan. 26, the Khadijah bint Khuwaylid Relief Foundation held its Humanitarian Awards Dinner and Gala at the Bellagio Banquet in Dearborn Heights. The event celebrated distinct Muslim community leaders and their efforts
Spaghetti Carbonara “Alla Bocelli” - Prepared with eggs, pancetta (bacon), and parmesan cheese - a recipe Andrea Bocelli prepared himself in our kitchen.
Zuppe de Mare - Fresh cold water South African Lobster tail, wild caught salmon and jumbo shrimp simmered in a white wine tomato broth with arborio rice and sautéed baby spinach
Ahi Tuna - Seared rare, togaroshi spice, vegetable spring roll, Asian bbq, coconut jasmine rice
Wild Flounder Meuniére – Piped Russet Potatoes, lemon caper brown butter
Fajitas – Wood-grilled, marinated skirt steak and all natural chicken breast over grilled peppers and onions served with Mexican rice and refried beans, guacamole, pico de gallo, cheese, sour cream and tortillas
Lamb Shank Bourguignon – Braised lamb shank, red wine reduction, root vegetables
Filet Mignon Tacos - Seared Filet Mignon, roasted bell peppers & onions, melted queso Chihuahua, crispy cambrai onions, chipotle aioli, micro romaine leaves
Herb Broth – Chilean Sea Bass Tender, rich and buttery flavor; roasted fingerling potatoes, sundried tomatoes and spinach in a flavorful herb broth
Dry Aged Tomahawk Ribeye - 41-day dry aged Creekstone Farms 40 oz. Long Bone Ribeye, grilled over local hardwood
Grilled Lamp Chops - Served with Israeli couscous with confit cherry tomato and mint chimichurri.
Dover Sole - Pan-seared dover sole filleted tableside served alongside roasted fingerling potatoes, haricots verts almondine, and beurre blanc.
Filet Surf and Turf - Served with Montrachet cheese mashed potatoes, asparagus, and tomato-basil beurre blanc
Grass “Fed” Double Double Burger - Double grass fed beef patty from farm field table, double cheese, heirloom tomato, shaved lettuce, special sauce, house pickle, handcut kennebec fries
Shrimp Scampi - Full pound of shrimp sautéed with mushrooms, bell peppers and garlic white wine sauce
Beef Wellington - Diners love the Creekstone tenderloin of beef, showcased by foie gras, caramelized garlic and shallots, mushroom and truffle oil duxelle, seasonal vegetables, and Courvoisier cream.
Foot Locker Celebrates its Eastpointe Store Opening with Big Sean and a Nike Detroit-Inspired Sneaker Release
Plus, a limited edition pair of Motor City-centric adidas and performances by Tee Grizzley and Icewear Vezzo
The Motor City Snowball was held at the MotorCity Casino and Hotel on Jan. 26. All proceeds from the event benefitted the Ruth Ellis Center in Detroit, a social services agency that supports runaway, homeless and at-risk lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth.
The Transition to Betterness (T2B) celebrated its 22nd annual gala at the Cesars Windsor on Jan. 26. Attendees enjoyed live entertainment, delicious hors d'oeuvres, and raised funs for T2B, an organization that provides comfort to patients and their families who face life-altering illnesses.
The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus shares untold stories of the genocide
The 2019 North American International Auto Show Charity Preview took place at the Cobo Center on Jan. 18. Party-goers viewed more than 30 new vehicles on display and raised funds for a number of children’s charities that provide services to those ranging between infancy and 18 years old.
The 2019 North American International Auto Show Charity Preview took place at the Cobo Center on Jan. 18. Party-goers viewed more than 30 new vehicles on display and raised funds for a number of children’s charities that provide services to those ranging between infancy and 18 years of age.
Music festivals, comedy shows, and art fit to fill your weekend
And they’re bringing their brews to Beer City, too
Michael and Brian D’Addario perform at El Club on Jan. 23
For six evenings, local musical acts will be performing throughout the city
On Jan. 18, Ford Motor Co. held its AutoGlow black-tie gala at Ford Field, where attendees enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a strolling dinner, and live entertainment. Proceeds from the event benefited The Children’s Center, which supports more than 7,500 children and families overcoming trauma from abuse, neglect, and poverty.
Museum exhibitions, arts and crafts, and educational film showings fit for the holiday
Cadillac, Tesla, and Guangzhou Automobile Group make the case that electronic vehicles will be a trend in 2020
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