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Weekend Fun—December 19, 2014

Moscow Nutcracker

The holidays are in full-swing and there’s plenty of bright and shiny things to keep you amused. Fill your eyes with amazing grace while watching the Moscow Ballet at the Fox Theatre. Watch your children’s eyes widen when they talk with Santa. Experience Greenfield Village’s Holiday Nights—Voted Top Holiday Event by USA Today and Reader’s…

The Comfort Foodie In You—Turkey Chili

Turkey Chili

Wondering what you can do with that leftover turkey in your freezer or that leftover turkey in your near future? Yes, soup (and more). Hearty soups and chilis can satisfy that comfort food craving you tend to get during the cold winter months. Just the aroma of cooking chili can make you feel all warm…

Weekend Fun—December 12, 2014

Sisters

America’s Got Talent winner comedian-impressionist Terry Fator is heading at the Fox Theatre this weekend, comedian Brian Regan will help you laugh off the cold at the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts, CSI: Bethlehem comes to the City Theatre, Andrea Bocelli with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra grace The Joe, and lots more…   Terry…

Let There Be Lights! Millions of Them!

Big Bright Light Show

Does seeing the magic of holiday lights make you smile? One of the things I love to do this time of year is travel around to see the holiday lights. Some light displays are over the top crazy-amazing, some are just elegantly understated, and there’s all varieties in-between. I love them all. Where is your…

Weekend Fun—December 5, 2014

Kenny Rogers

There’s plenty going on in the Metro Detroit area to keep you moving and warm on these very cold days. Legendary musical artist Kenny Rogers is at the Fox Theatre, ride through the Wayne County Lightfest, Midwest’s largest and longest display of Christmas lights, celebrate Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village, Gary Hoey entertains at the…

Weekend Fun—November 28, 2014!

Slipknot

The weekend offers plenty of holiday fare and shopping galore. SLIPKNOT is headlining at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Saturday, The Detroit Opera House his hosting a holiday favorite, Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker”, The Wayne County Lightfest is all aglow and waiting for you to ride through, Festival of Trees has many holiday decorating ideas to…

Thanksgiving Day Traditions (Football?)

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Thanksgiving Day …is a national holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Several other places around the world observe similar celebrations. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on…

Goodwill No Matter The Day

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The time honored tradition of Thanksgiving Day started as giving thanks for the harvest of the preceding year. The celebration of Thanksgiving Day today is more so a time traditionally spent with family and close friends in loving spirit of being thankful for the family ties and friendships that make life meaningful.  But that thankfulness…