Latest Detroit Holidays
Forget Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers. This holiday season, it’s all about the faith-based diet — and one metro Detroit synagogue is the first in the world to tackle obesity at the holy level.
Tis’ the season to be jolly? That may be so for most Americans, but there’s still plenty about the holiday season that drives them batty.
It’s a chance to see the classic holiday movie “White Christmas” the way it was meant to be seen — on an old-fashioned film projector at the Redford Theatre.
Wipe away the bah-humbugs with a healthy dose of Christmas spirit during The Henry Ford’s annual Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village.
If you’re putting up a real Christmas tree this year, the Michigan Christmas Tree Association has a few reminders about keeping your tree from drying out too quickly.
After a long period of unease and concern, Michigan consumers have a more positive outlook on the economy and their household finances, according to Deloitte’s 27th annual survey of spending intentions and trends.
An estimated 1.34 million Michigan residents will travel 50 miles or more from home during the 2012 Thanksgiving holiday period, up seven percent from last year, says AAA Michigan.
Looking for a local turkey for your dinner table? Check out one of the many farms in Michigan providing Detroit’s holiday centerpiece including John Henry’s, Roperti’s, Roeske Farms and more.
A grand opening ceremony complete with fireworks is being held Thursday night as the kick-off for this year’s Wayne County Lightfest, the Midwest’s largest and longest drive-through light show.