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Written 12/15/2016 by J. Winslow


WHATS ON TAP Baby its cold out there and it’s still only FALL! Unfortunately, it’s true; cooler fall and frigid winter weather is coming down from the north - - and soon we will be off participating in our favorite winter sports: skiing, snow-shoeing, and long walks in the woods... read more
Written 07/29/2016 by Cari DeLamielleure-Scott

Nonprofits Join Forces for Flapjack Fun

Do you have what it takes to catch your food? Then head on down to the West Bloomfield High School cafeteria July 30 for the Greater West Bloomfield Charity Cakes fundraiser... read more
Written 06/24/2016 by Susan Selasky

Map: 2016 metro Detroit farmers market guide

Metro Detroit is home to a bountiful array of farmers markets. Market hours and days listed are subject to change. Some markets have special event days that take place in lieu of the market. It's best to call ahead. Many markets are closed for the Fourth of July holiday and Labor Day this year... read more
Written 06/24/2016


June 26thThe West Bloomfield Vol. Fire Dept is hosting their annual Chicken BBQ, Sunday June 26th. Serving at 10am until gone, raffle drawing at 3pm. Numerous Door Prizes, kids games sponsered by the Tri-County 4-H, bake sale and music by Rock n Roll X-press... read more
Written 06/21/2016

Kids Cooking Classes and More!

Kids Cooking Classes and MoreWEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. — Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital is offering healthy cooking classes for kids and adults in July.All classes take place in the Demonstration Kitchen. Farm to Table (adults)Thursday, July 146:30 – 8 p.m... read more
Written 06/06/2016

Brew tech grads seek diverse jobs in beer industry

Matthew Keuhn of West Bloomfield, Elizabeth Elliott of Livonia, and Mica Bolinger of Novi are among the first six students to graduate from Schoolcraft College’s Brewing and Distillation Technology program this year... read more
Written 05/29/2016 by Meijer

Meijer Shares Tips on How to Maximize Memorial Day Celebrations

Make the Most of Your Memorial Day CookoutsMeijer offers tips on how to prepare and impress this holiday weekendWho/What: Meijer is offering an opportunity to help reporters educate consumers on two ways everyone can maximize their Memorial Day celebrations... read more
Written 05/25/2016 by Sari Cicurel

Eat Right Loose Weight Food over Medicine

Dr. Pam Popper is an internationally known expert on diet, health and nutrition. She’s appeared in numerous documentaries including the critically acclaimed Forks Over Knives; has a weekly spot on the award-winning PBS show Jazzy Vegetarian; and is a New York Times bestselling author... read more
Written 05/13/2016 by Sally Ann Brown

Cooking Classes for Seniors and More

WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. — Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital is offering healthy cooking classes in May.All classes take place in the Demonstration Kitchen.May is Older Americans Month. The first two classes are focused on senior health concerns... read more
Written 05/10/2016 by Sally Ann Brown

Henry's Market on Main Includes Demonstrations

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Henry’s Market on Main is returning to Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Wednesday, June 1.The market will provide employees and the community the opportunity to purchase fresh, locally grown produce... read more
Written 04/28/2016 by J. Winslow


Hydrate with Alkaline The pH level of all water varies dependent on the source for that water. Experts state that natural water from a spring typically has a pH that is acidic... read more
Written 04/19/2016 by Mike Scott

Busch’s Fresh Food Market celebrates 40 years

Busch’s Fresh Food Market is celebrating its 40th year in serving the Oakland County, Ann Arbor and Detroit area markets.During that time, the family-owned supermarket has seen the rise and fall of many competitors but has continued to organically grow at a steady rate... read more
Written 04/19/2016 by J. Winslow

WHATS ON TAP - - What is in your tap water

WHATS ON TAP: It seems that a day does not go by that we are not hearing of a new water supply issue here in Michigan. From Grand Rapids to Flint and from Detroit to Oscoda our water supply is contaminated unintentionally with lead and cooper as well as other pollutants... read more
Written 04/14/2016 by Molly Abraham

Stage Deli offers an endless menu of delights

In these days of small plates and tasting menus, the classic delicatessen seems like something out of another era, and it is.The deli menu, unaffected by current trends or fads, goes on for pages, and includes such items as deviled eggs, chopped liver, smoked fish and cheese blintzes... read more
Written 03/26/2016 by OpenTable

Detroit Easter Brunch, Lunch or Dinner Specials

The hunt is over! Break bread with friends & family this Easter weekend, March 27, 2016 over brunch, lunch or dinner.Read on to find restaurants with specials, set-menus and other Easter offerings. 37 Restaurants with Easter offers5ive / Five Restaurant at The Inn At St... read more
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