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Published March 16, 2017

1. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Friday, March 17 • Metro Detroit

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Published March 14, 2017

With a seemingly endless palette of colors throughout its 60,000 acres, the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Michigan’s northern Upper Peninsula seems like a natural work of art — which is why artists are annually invited to use the park as their muse.

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Published March 9, 2017

Due to the severity of the power outages in metro Detroit, many communities are opening shelters where residents without power can go to warm up.


Warren Mayor Jim Fouts announced that the city would operate an emergency shelter, set to open at 6 p.m. March 9 inside of the Warren Community Center at 5460 Arden, south of 14 Mile Road and west of Mound.

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Published March 9, 2017

1. St. Patrick’s Day parades
Saturday, March 11 • Royal Oak | Sunday, March 12 • Corktown, Detroit

Celebrate the luck of the Irish all weekend long with St. Patrick’s Day parades on both Saturday and Sunday.

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Published March 8, 2017

METRO DETROIT - The damage caused by the March 8 high winds was the largest weather-related event in DTE Energy's history. More than 800,000 customers had been impacted and more than 515,000 remained without power as of press time. Wind gusts in excess of 60 mph resulted in more than 9,000 downed power lines, with the majority of the damage occurring in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, and Washtenaw counties. Read on for specific local updates.


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Published March 3, 2017

The Knights of Columbus No. 4188
870 N. Main St., Clawson

The Knights of Columbus will host all-you-can-eat fish dinners from 4:30 to 7 p.m. every Friday during Lent. The cost is $9 for adults, $8 for seniors and $4 for children. All proceeds will benefit the South Oakland Autism Society. For more information, call (248) 588-3547.

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Published March 2, 2017

1. Royal Oak Market: Spring Art Fair
March 2-3 • Royal Oak Farmers Market

Yes, you read that correctly — we finally have a “spring” event, even if Mother Nature doesn't agree.

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Published February 21, 2017

With Fat Tuesday approaching on Feb. 28, it’s time to start perfecting your paczki plan.

Crowds will be lining up at popular Polish bakeries not only in Hamtramck, but all over southeast Michigan to get their hands on this decadent pastry, which is similar to a jelly doughnut, but made with with richer dough and packed with more filling.

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Published February 16, 2017

1. Aqua Freeze
Feb. 18-19 • Blossom Heath Park, St. Clair Shores

St. Clair Shores is ready to celebrate winter — with or without snow — during the annual Aqua Freeze Festival Feb. 18-19, at Blossom Heath Park on Jefferson Avenue, south of 10 Mile Road.

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Published February 9, 2017

1. Utica Ice Festival
Feb. 10-12 • Utica

Ice sculptures will line Auburn Road and Cass Avenue Feb. 10-12 for the Utica Ice Festival.

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Published February 9, 2017

The $40 million Proton Therapy Center slated to open this spring at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, the resurgence of Pontiac and local investment took center stage when Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson delivered his State of the County address Feb. 8.

Patterson, in his seventh term as county executive, spoke to an audience of over 600 at the Auburn Hills Marriott Pontiac.

“Did you know Beaumont Health has become Oakland County’s largest employer, with over 17,000 full-time employees in our county?” Patterson said.

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Published February 8, 2017

When skies are gray and temperatures dip into the teens and 20s, a road trip might be just the thing Michiganders need to fight the urge to hibernate until spring.

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Published January 26, 2017

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Oakland County Health Division have issued a health advisory following a number of identified pertussis cases, commonly referred to as whooping cough.

The alert includes Oakland County, which has seen cases in Birmingham. Two students at Pierce Elementary School in Birmingham were diagnosed with the disease earlier this month. Both students were kept home from school for several days and have since returned to class. No other cases have been reported in the Birmingham Public Schools district since.

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Published January 26, 2017

1.  Novi Home Show
Jan. 27-29 • Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi

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Published January 19, 2017

1. Fire and Ice Festival
Jan. 20-22 • Downtown Rochester

There might not be snow, but Rochester’s Fire and Ice Festival still promises to provide plenty of outdoor winter fun this weekend.

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Published January 12, 2017

1. The North American International Auto Show
Jan. 14-22 • Cobo Center, Detroit

Detroit’s engines are revved up as it welcomes back the North American International Auto Show to Cobo Center.

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Published January 11, 2017

Imagine spending two weeks at a historical lighthouse, relaxing to the sound of gentle waves while surrounded by picturesque views of the sun rising over Lake Huron and setting over Tawas Bay.

The experience can be yours — for free — through the Tawas Point Lighthouse Keepers Program. You’ll have to do some work while you’re there, though.

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Published January 9, 2017

DETROIT — Detroit’s engines are revved up as it welcomes back the North American International Auto Show, a touchstone and frequent showcase for new developments in the auto industry, to Cobo Center.

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Published January 5, 2017

1. ‘Bitter|Sweet: Coffee, Tea & Chocolate’
Now through March 5 • Detroit Institute of Arts

Experience art through all five senses with “Bitter|Sweet: Coffee, Tea & Chocolate” at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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Published December 20, 2016

For many metro Detroiters, the week between Christmas and New Year’s means time off from work or school. If you’re looking for ways to fill your down time with fun, check out these local activities.

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