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Ohio Voters On Being A Swing State: "It Kinda Burns You Out"Election spotlight means annoying ads and calls.
Guide To The North American International Auto Show At Cobo CenterGet more out of your experience at the 2011 Auto Show in Detroit. Learn about what's special about this year's NAIAS, what to bring and how to get there safely.
Leftovers Guide: Make Thanksgiving The Gift That Keeps GivingThe big meal is always over faster than you think, but make the hours you've already spent in the kitchen the gift that keeps giving by turning that turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie filling into leftovers.
Santa Sneak Peek: Holiday Magic Parade In Royal OakThe annual parade features musical acts, performances, floats and more from over 80 parade units.
Guide To The Wayne County LightfestGet a jump on the holiday season when the drive from Hines Drive at Merriman Road in Westland to Warren Avenue near Telegraph in Dearborn Heights is transformed into a winter wonderland for the Wayne County Lightfest.
Fun, Memorable Halloween Costumes On A Shoestring BudgetTake the easy way out with these fun, festive -- and simple -- homemade Halloween costumes. Keep it light, keep it fresh, and let your sense of humor shine.
Get Ready For Royal Oak's Chalk And ChocolateGet ready to see the streets of Royal Oak like never before during the Chalk and Chocolate Tour on Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16.
Anything Goes At 'Theatre Bizarre' Event At The MasonicPicture masked figures in a cavernous room dimly lit by flickering candles. Strangers mingling, whispering. Decadence is in the air. Debauchery is in hidden corners. Where are you?
Detroit Restaurant Week ContinuesRestaurant Week lets you taste the best of Detroit with three-course meals at one set price -- $28 per person -- through Sunday, Oct. 2.
Geek Out Comic-Book Style At FanFare In DetroitFanFare is set for Cobo Hall, where 150,000 square feet of space will be dedicated to exhibitors of new and vintage works, artists and authors from around the country.