In Case You Missed It: Top Stories from the Week (Oct. 3-7)

Hour Detroit’s 2022 Top Docs list is here! Plus, learn about a new self-pour taproom opening in Royal Oak, flip through photos of the Van Gogh exhibit at the DIA and more.
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Vincent van Gogh's self-portrait, the DIA's first van Gogh acquisition 100 years ago.

Top Docs List 2022.

Looking for a new doctor? Check out our Top Docs List 2022 for thousands of leading physicians in Detroit in a wide variety of fields — all nominated for the list by their peers.

Self-pour taproom is coming to Royal Oak.

Eastern Market Brewing Co. is opening Lincoln Tap, Michigan’s first fully self-service taproom, later this month. The self-serve system will offer a rotating selection of beers as well as wine and cold brew coffee.

Upper Peninsula ranked the best place for fall colors in the country.

The region made USA Today’s list of fall foliage viewing destinations for 2022, beating spots like Aspen, Colorado, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and others.

This Farmington Hills cat is in the 2023 Guinness Book of World Records.

Fenrir, a Savannah cat, is the world’s tallest living domestic feline. He spends his days helping patients as a therapy cat at Powers Family Medicine in Farmington Hills.

Van Gogh in America: 100 years later.

A century ago, the Detroit Institute of Arts became the first public museum in the U.S. to purchase a painting by Vincent van Gogh. They’re celebrating the anniversary with a “once in a generation” exhibit featuring 74 original pieces by the artist.

Gov. Whitmer signs order aimed at lowering insulin costs in Michigan.

The governor’s executive directive comes months after President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which caps insulin copayments at $35 per month starting in January for Medicare beneficiaries.

Jurassic Quest is coming to the Suburban Collection Showplace.

See more than 70 life-like dinosaur from the Jurassic and Triassic periods at the popular interactive dinosaur experience, Jurassic Quest, which is making a stop in Novi Oct. 7-9.

Woodward West mixed-used development has opened in Midtown Detroit.

The $60-million development has more than 200 residential units — with affordable housing options available — and retail space.


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