The long, hot days of summer are slowly fading away and the crisp clear days of autumn are here at last. The trees are starting to show their best fall colors, there’s a little nip to the air, and the spicy signature scents of fall are popping up in cafes and bars all around town. […]
Don’t let work keep you from enjoying the beautiful weather of spring and summer! Take a break with Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch—a free outdoor concert series running all summer long! Here’s everything you need to know. What is Sonic Lunch? Sonic Lunch is a free outdoor summer concert series hosted every summer in Downtown Ann […]
Lights, music, entertainment, and fun for all ages! The 2018 Saline Christmas Parade marks the 43rd year of year of timeless tradition… and promises to be the most spectacular event yet! If you’re looking for a way to get into the holiday spirit, this an event you definitely don’t want to miss. Here’s everything that’s […]
July 4th is almost upon us! And that means plenty of fun, festivities, and celebrations all around the nation! If you’re local to Ann Arbor or Washtenaw County, here are some fun ways you can celebrate Independence Day all around the area. See Fireworks Days in Advance July 4th is on a Wednesday this year, […]
Liberty and a Republic At the close of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, Ben Franklin was asked as he left Independence Hall on the final day of deliberation. Dr. Franklin “Well Doctor what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” Franklin replied, “A republic . . . if you can keep it.” Franklin replied, […]
Does the flag still wave over the home of the free and brave? Happy Independence Day from the Missy Caulk Team! Forgotten the history of our national anthem, this short video will inspire you to remember.
Game day, Michigan plays Ohio, everyone here is excited…such a great rivalry. I have friends that are from Ohio, we like each other…are fellow bloggers. We don’t get nasty, we have fun, we respect each other. Why do people have to be mean? It’s football for gods sake! Good luck Maureen, Elaine and David. (We’ll […]