The Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix 2018 presented by LEAR was here yet again and this time ended a bit differently. The race was held on Belle Isle Park in Detroit Michigan June 1, through 3.
Many Michiganders grew up taking the occasional trip to the campground as children. But if you’ve grown up around the Metro-Detroit area, maybe you’ve never been past camp Dearborn and would like to really experience nature, maybe even see a bear! Michigan has much more to offer if you do a little bit of road tripping to get there. Here’s five of the nicest spots in Michigan to take a camping trip!
We all have busy schedules nowadays and what is a better way than to make an old fashioned to do list? Sure, we can have Siri make us reminders and Alexa can add things to our grocery lists, but sometimes writing our tasks down can really benefit us in more ways than you’d expect. Researchers at Princeton claim writing it down will help you remember it. Here’s a few great ways to get motivated!
On June 1, the city of Ypsilanti kicked off it's LBGTQ+ Pride month with the second Annual Ypsi Pride community celebration. Part of the first Friday is a series of events to draw members from LBGT+ community with local businesses around downtown Ypsilanti.
Summer is the perfect time to get out of the house with friends for a night on the town. Here are five popular events happening soon in the local metro-Detroit area.
Michigan has a lot to offer and one of the most popular summer treats is the festivals. Recently we found a whole list of them online, ironically named ohiofestivals.net, but it lists all the festivals happening in Michigan this summer. In this article we’ve picked a few from the list you may want to check out!
Here is a list of many exciting and fun activities to enjoy in Michigan! Take advantage of the nice spring and summer weather with these adventures!
After a rally where student athletes and alumni protested the cut of four sports, arguments continued into the scheduled Board of Regents meeting Friday, April 20.
In a continued effort to urge the reversal of Eastern Michigan University’s decision to cut four sports from their athletic program, students, staff and alumni gathered outside Welch Hall in protest Friday, April 20.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered outside Eastern Michigan University’s convocation center Monday, April 16 in a rally against the recent cut of four sports.