There is plenty to do around Detroit this Thanksgiving weekend so get the family together and head out for some fun.
If you want to head out on Black Friday to do a bit of shopping, consider skipping the malls and heading to some smaller independently owned shops.
Take the time to remember our veterans and those serving in the armed forces on Veterans Day, November 11, at one of the events taking place in the Metro Detroit area.
There are places to eat and then there are destinations where you will find foods that you never imagined. Plan on exploring some of these food destinations in the area to get in the know on what locals crave.
Fall is here, as is the holiday season, and you want your makeup to look its best. Check out the tips from this area pro who has worked with some of the biggest names in media.
Finding a place to watch the great golden orb sink below the horizon in the Detroit area is as easy as getting in your car and taking a little drive.
With a city the size of Detroit, there are always new places to explore and history to learn. If you are eager to find out more about the city, consider a guided tour.
If you have a favorite pair of shoes that needs to be repaired or leather luggage that has a tear, then take it to a local cobbler to have it made as good, if not better than new.
From museums and walking along the river to finding some of the best food there is in the region, you will not be bored when all you have is one day in Detroit.
If you are looking for a bit more exciting way to see the city and the entire tri-county area, there is nothing more fun than a helicopter ride.