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Livonia welcomes Maxsar Digital Studios

The future of Michigan’s much-debated tax incentives may be unknown, but film producer Philippe Martinez, CEO of Cinepro Pictures International, showed today just how vested he has become in the state and talent he has uncovered here. Martinez has transformed 60,000 square feet formerly used by Roush Industries into a state-of-the-art campus known as Maxsar…

Make the most of winter at the Plymouth Ice Festival this weekend

A Plymouth native, Sam Walton has been attending the Plymouth Ice Festival since as far back as he can recall. The event, a celebration of the winter season in the downtown Plymouth area, is part of the very fabric of Western Wayne County, draws attendance from across the region and attention nationally. Did you know…

Metro Detroit arts organizations seek new ways to fill seats

It’s no secret that arts and cultural institutions in and around metro Detroit could use a boost. We’ve all heard the stories of cutbacks. Even as museums, theaters and cultural institutions alter their programming to appeal to a wider audience, cut their ticket prices and offer special promotions, the struggle to fill seats still seems…

What’s your last-minute Halloween costume idea?

Some people just seem to have a knack for coming up with a great Halloween costume idea year after year. I can still recall a few of the best I’ve seen at Halloween parties past – the California Raisin who surely sweated his way through the night but earned rave reviews. The creative girl who…

Will you tune in to Detroit 1-8-7 on ABC?

It was red carpet time in Detroit last night. And that isn’t something we can say every day. But the excitement has been building over the new police drama Detroit 1-8-7, filming here in metro Detroit. And to celebrate, the stars came out for a red carpet premiere of the first episode of this new…

Sign up now for the Embrace Life, a 5K Cancer Walk/Run in Livonia

Chances are if your own life hasn’t been impacted by cancer, you know someone who has. Now is the time to help make a difference. Livonia’s St. Mary Mercy Hospital is organizing a 5K run and walk through the residential streets of the city for the fourth year to raise awareness about the pervasive disease.…

Are you traveling for the holiday or sticking close to home?

With the Labor Day holiday weekend just a week away, it’s time to make some decisions. So what will it be? Are you planning that annual trip to Old Mission Peninsula? Going to explore Michigan’s scenic Wine Country? It’s pretty amazing up there. Or do you wander up to a cabin with the family? Is…

Clinton Township declares a state of emergency

The tornadoes that swept through Clinton Township last week continue to threaten the area. In fact, according to the DailyTribune.com, cleanup efforts could take up to 10 weeks to complete. An article filed by Reporter Mitch Hotts earlier this week mentioned that the township has declared a state of emergency. The tornadoes hit Macomb County…

Give your local farmer’s market a chance Livonia

Livonia residents are stocking up Saturdays on fresh produce at the Wilson Barn when local farmers bring a bevy of fruits, vegetables and much more to sell from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The small, quaint market draws as many as 20 crafters and farmers every week. It’s located on West Chicago and Middlebelt roads…