March is National Berries and Cherries Month. And in Michigan, we know our berries. In fact, the state leads the nation in blueberry and tart cherry production.
When it comes to Pi Day, there are two distinct groups that people that celebrate, both of which share an affinity for one common denominator — the circle.
Including March Madness events, classic films, comedy shows, dance troupes, and more.
Locally, Nina Innsted, host and writer of Already Gone, has turned an interest in true crime into a popular podcast that has an average of 100,000 plays per episode.
Hamburger devotees of Detroit have a new place to pursue their passion: Lovers Only, a new restaurant from the team behind Ferndale’s popular Voyager seafood spot, opens today at 34 Grand River Ave., in the Capitol Park neighborhood.
March is Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than feature the work and voices of Detroit’s female entrepreneurs, community organizers, and artists.
Spring forward with concerts, Broadway performances, fundraising events, and more
Battle Creek-based Kellogg’s has had a long history of creating some iconic cereals, starting with Corn Flakes in 1906. But not all have made it to our modern day breakfast tables, including a banana-flavored variation of a classic and legendary sci-fi character in breakfast form. Celebrate National Cereal Day on March 7 with a quick trip down memory lane.
For those interested in a vegan or plant-based lifestyle, V313 will take over Eastern Market in Detroit on Thursday, March 8.
The Galley Group, the organization behind Pittsburgh’s food hall and restaurant incubator Smallman Galley, has announced that they will be bringing the concept to Detroit in fall 2018.
Eating your greens doesn’t have to be a bore. Just ask Kellie Kucik, the blogger behind Plant Based Detroit, and this month’s featured winner. Her sweet and savory kale salad is packed with nutrients and full of flavor.
Musicals, comedy shows, films, and more
“The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” is presented entirely through speeches, newscasts, and rarely seen archival footage, including Nation of Islam rallies and recordings made at the Audubon Ballroom in New York on the day of Malcolm X’s assassination.
Celebrate National Read Across America Day on March 2 and Women’s History Month throughout March with notable local voices.
What's new in metro Detroit's dining scene
As diverse as it is beautiful, the new Desire as Politics exhibit at the College for Creative Studies (CCS) will invite visitors to explore acceptance, raw beauty, and fear.
Close out the month with yoga and wine, Michigan beer, and more
When we launched this particular Shared Plates theme, we knew we were going to get some interesting burgers — beef or otherwise. Even so, we were surprised at how delicious winner Chelsea Smith’s sweet potato burger looked.
After falling in love with craft beer culture, North Pier Brewing Co. owner Jay Fettig started to plan his own brewery right out of business school.
Art exhibits, musicals, and concerts take over metro Detroit this Valentine's Day weekend