From suntanning to pruning roses, bathing babies to sanding furniture, hands wear the effects of our daily labors like a glove.
As president of the Royal Oak-based Publicity Works, Inc., Lisa Maas is a woman about town. But the foundation of her confidence and image-building acumen begin in her closet.
Small Plates and Tom’s Oyster Bar
Restaurant veteran Molly Abraham noshes around town, tracking down some top spots.
Puck is in Luck at MGM
The Wolfgang Puck Grille in downtown’s new MGM Grand Casino is one of the latest arrivals on the casino scene.
A Field of Dreams
Until last summer, the park known as Fletcher Field was an urban wilderness.
Rhythm of Life
Even at 89, jazz musician, arranger, composer, and teacher Gerald Wilson doesn’t miss a beat. In fact, the former Detroiter has just released a new CD on Mack Avenue Records.
A Very Close Call
An unexpected heart attack in a relatively young, seemingly health man inspired a new way of life.
An accident survivor founded Walk The Line, a Ferndale gym for the disabled.
Melinda Curtis is part of a campaign to reverse a trend in the American food chain by promoting local foods.
The Legacy of Charles L. Freer
He was a tough businessman who became fabulously wealthy, and he enriched the nation with his gift of a stupendous art collection. But nearly forgotten among his treasures is his remarkable Detroit home.