What would the most popular Labor Day weekend event in metro Detroit — Arts, Beats & Eats — be without food, music or bands? Well, it wouldn’t amount to much.
Detroit is home to several great snack companies, like Better Made, Detroit Popcorn, Kar’s Nuts, and more. Here are some of the best made-in-Detroit snacks.
Organizers say they have received approval to keep the music going until 10 p.m., instead of 9 p.m. Monday.
More than 200 musicians and entertainers, including Vince Gill, Bret Michaels, Panic! at the Disco, Starship, Psychedelic Furs are scheduled to be a part of this year’s Arts, Beats & Eats.
WWJ reporters Mike Campbell and Pat Sweeting snapped several photos while covering the Ford Arts, Beats & Eats Festival in Royal Oak.
City officials in Royal Oak expect a huge turnout by gun-rights advocates with handguns in holsters at Monday night’s meeting of the Royal Oak City Commission.