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Jul 02, 2018
As big as the Saline Celtic Festival has become – drawing as many as 4,500 people each year to this small Washtenaw County town (approximately 9,000 residents) – it started small. Like, picnic small. “(The Saline Celtic Festival) began when our sister city of Brecon, Wales … ... Read more and see comments!

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Jun 25, 2018
July is arguably the peak of summer in Ann Arbor. One of the warmest months of the year, July is also one of the most action-packed, and offers everything from world-class arts events to the best craft beer around, and from sheep-herding to chicken broiling, all right here in the Ann Arbor area. When ... Read more and see comments!

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Apr 11, 2018
Ypsilanti is not only a hub for fantastic food, beautiful recreational opportunities, and quirky local attractions, it’s also a tight-knit company of people with a deep attention to community betterment. Around every corner is an opportunity to learn something new, invest in a good cause, or support ... Read more and see comments!

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Mar 28, 2018
We take our art seriously here in Southeastern Michigan. And walking down the street in Ann Arbor, it’s clear we’re doing it in style. While the images most associated with the University of Michigan might be the trial and tribulations of the sports teams, the creative side of U-M is just ... Read more and see comments!

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Mar 20, 2018
FoolMoon and FestiFools – two related, celebratory community art events (produced by Ann Arbor nonprofit WonderFool Productions) that happen each year during a single weekend in early April – have a long history of sneaking up on, and delighting, people who aren’t familiar with the ... Read more and see comments!

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Mar 05, 2018
Because Ann Arbor has long been the home of North America’s oldest experimental film festival – 2018 will mark the Ann Arbor Film Festival’s 56th year – the town also has also become the home of some pretty big AAFF fans.   Robin Sober and her husband were living outside ... Read more and see comments!

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Feb 23, 2018
On one night in mid-February, I watched a production of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s song cycle “Edges” at Ann Arbor’s Kerrytown Concert House, then rushed over to the Power Center’s rehearsal room to observe a run-through of a U-M senior’s original musical, titled ... Read more and see comments!

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Feb 19, 2018
Chelsea’s Purple Rose Theatre Company, founded by the town’s resident movie/TV/Broadway star Jeff Daniels, opened in 1991 with the aim of “growing” and producing new plays alongside American classics. Giving voice to the experience of living in the Midwest is certainly part of ... Read more and see comments!

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Jan 17, 2018
Some people know it simply as Valentine’s Day. V-Day. Lover’s Day. Day of love. Others know it simply as the day of ice cream, gourmet chocolate sales, and comfort. Whatever you think of the day (and no matter your relationship status), there are plenty of things to do in Ypsilanti and on ... Read more and see comments!

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Dec 04, 2017
Bundle (and buckle) up! Hard as it is to believe, December is already upon us – a cheerfully frenetic season of holidays, gift-giving, music, and family; and the Ann Arbor area is particularly well-equipped to provide for your holiday needs, thanks to local business sale events, winter art fairs, ... Read more and see comments!

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Dec 04, 2017
Mittenfest is the most incredible annual end-of-year music festival in Michigan. Some have even called it the best annual music festival in the midwest, but you’re encouraged to be that judge this year yourself. It exists to showcase the most dynamic Mitten-made bands and artists, as they donate ... Read more and see comments!

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Oct 27, 2017
As the days grow shorter and a layer of frost greets us in the mornings, November launches us into the holiday season. Plan a visit to the Ann Arbor area to embrace the remaining days of autumn, join in the thrill of one of college football's greatest rivalries, and get a head start on your holiday ... Read more and see comments!

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Oct 24, 2017
November officially kicks off the winter holiday season — and we've created this handy sing-along shopping guide to help inspire some original gift ideas, whether you're shopping for a loved one or yourself!               On ... Read more and see comments!

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Oct 03, 2017
After experiencing some dog days of Indian summer in September, fall in Michigan – with its emphasis on cider mills, colorful leaves, fleece, and football – will finally click into high gear when we reach October. The area always offers loads of opportunities to eat great food and ... Read more and see comments!

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Sep 29, 2017
Are you an orchestral aficionado? Then surely you’ve heard of the New York Philharmonic, the country’s oldest symphony orchestra. Thanks to a groundbreaking partnership with Ann Arbor’s University Musical Society (UMS), the New York Philharmonic is returning to Ann Arbor for the second ... Read more and see comments!

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Aug 31, 2017
September marks the start of fall, when school resumes, huge crowds pack Michigan Stadium on Saturdays, temperatures start to get cooler, and cultural events kick into high gear in Washtenaw County. While this is partly because students are back in town, it’s also because most arts organizations ... Read more and see comments!

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Nov 04, 2016
Tailgating is a lifestyle in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Hundreds of diehard Wolverine fans begin to show their team spirit hours before the game. If you're not familiar with tailgating at Michigan Stadium, check out another blog on the top 10 things you need to know. In this blog, you can learn to ... Read more and see comments!

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Oct 19, 2016
Whether you love Halloween for the costumes, treats, or the scares — there are plenty of events throughout the area where you can celebrate your way! Who says that costume is only good one day a year? ypsiGLOW is going to turn Ypsilanti streets luminescent! Kicking-off it's inaugural year ... Read more and see comments!

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Oct 14, 2016
Ann Arbor is painted Blue 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Enjoy these amazing photos of the Big House, and be sure to check out our other blog about 4 Ways to Go Blue After the Game.           1. Hail to the Victors as you walk though the gates of the Big House.   It's ... Read more and see comments!

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Sep 30, 2016
Starting on October 4, 2016 - you can enter to win the amazing HGTV Urban Oasis home in Ann Arbor, Michigan! We were lucky enough to tour this amazing home, and realized HGTV totally gets Ann Arbor. Here’s what we mean: 1. HGTV picked a house in the Water Hill Area A beautiful neighborhood just ... Read more and see comments!

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Aug 30, 2016
Football Season has officially begun in Ann Arbor, Michigan! You probably have your coolers packed, your maize and blue gear ironed and starched, but have you planned your post-game activities? Check out this list to get started!   1. Go Eat!     It's getting near that time ... Read more and see comments!

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May 06, 2016
Quick. Let’s do a little word association. What’s the first thing you think of when you hear: Michigan Stadium? Is it Ann Arbor, The Big House, Wolverine Football or Coach Jim Harbaugh? Well, there’s a new tradition forming in this sacred house which is proving to be a very popular ... Read more and see comments!

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