Recent Stories in Metro

Brewery and improv come together at the Pointless Brewery and Theatre

Beer and improvisational theatre lovers in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area can soon enjoy a space that combines both.

Eastern Michigan University Alumni, Tori and Jason Tomalia, will open Pointless Brewery and Theatre, 3014 Packard Road, Ann Arbor, this summer.

Tori said the population in the area appreciates the “mind-set” of theater and craft beer.

“[Improv theater is] super creative and really fresh and sort of instantaneous,”she said.

WEMU serves up a slice of community at the Northside Grill

WEMU and Northside Grill hosted their annual Valentine’s Day event on Saturday morning at the restaurant to give the public a chance to meet their favorite on-air personalities and donate to the radio station.

WEMU host of The Roots Music Project, Jeremy Baldwin, said their staff comes to Northside Grill, in Ann Arbor, once a year to do this event and the idea is to celebrate the radio station and work with the restaurant and ask guests to give tips to the station.

Police blotter, Nov 16

Monday, Nov. 10

During a traffic stop near LeForge Road and Green Street at 7:01 p.m., officers noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle.

Ypsi city council swears in new mayor

The citizens of Ypsilanti have elected a new mayor. Amanda Maria Edmonds, founder and executive director of Growing Hope, located at 922 West Michigan Avenue, was sworn into office at the Nov.

A new way of doing bike repair

If your bike’s broken, take it to a bike shop. If you don’t have time to take it to a bike shop, call Ray Martell.

Martell has an unconventional way of providing bicycle repairs to the city of Ypsilanti.