You’ll be able to head to the beach a littler earlier this year. Library Street Collective will open The Beach Detroit, an interactive installation by New York-based design group Snarkitecture.
Join Empty Bowls Detroit for a strolling dinner of appetizers, soups, breads, cheeses and desserts from over 20 local restaurants while enjoying live music from Detroit artists.
On Sat., Feb. 23, sample some of Michigan’s best mac n’ cheese and beer all under the roof of the Royal Oak Farmers Market.
Royston Langdon, former lead singer of Spacehog, will be performing at Small’s Bar on Sat., March 2. You can catch him with Jimmy Gnecco (alt-rock band OURS).
Yes, Michigan winters are grey and gloomy, but one of the things you can do to help you get through the rough times is to take advantage of what the cold offers.
Enjoy a three-course lunch for $18 and a three-course dinner for $36.
If you’re into ghosts and that kind of stuff, The Whitney is hosting a Paranormal Dinner Adventure on Sun., Feb. 3.
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) returns to Detroit Jan. 19-27 for the last time as a winter event.
Travel to Grand Rapids on Feb. 23 to experience the Michigan Brewers Guild Winter Beer Festival, held outside Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock (just North of Grand Rapids).
A popular Safe Ride Home program is returning to the Metro Detroit area this NYE.