Wilder Side of Oakland County
Pumpkins are perhaps the most-loved and anticipated farm field fruit of October, and yes, pumpkins are fruits. These near magical fruits of fact and fantasy are more than a healthy edible treat with a rich history. They will soon be sparkling in frosty Oakland County meadows at sunrise and presenting glowing ghostly faces from porches, pathways and patios on Halloween eve. My two favorite fun locations for hunting down the perfect pumpkin are the Oakland County Market in Waterford, and Cook’s Farm Dairy in Brandon Township. Continue reading →
Looking for something fun to do Labor Day Weekend? Southeast Michigan is loaded with excitement for all ages!
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The Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park
The Detroit Tigers 2015 home opener is Monday, April 6th. The 2014 American League Central Division Champions will be again traveling down the long road to the league pennant and the World Series.
Hopefully we will see you at the ballpark, but for those of you who can’t make it down to Comerica Park, the game will be broadcast live on Fox Sports Detroit and 97.1 the Ticket. You can also keep track of what is happening online at the Tiger’s website or on social media using hashtag #OpeningDayDET. Continue reading →
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is better known to most in the region as the Detroit Auto Show. The NAIAS is one of the premier events in the auto world. It’s come a long ways from the first show that was held at a local beer garden in 1907. Continue reading →
To many people from Oakland County and all around the State of Michigan, it’s the Detroit Auto Show. But the official name is the North American International Auto Show, and it was started in a Detroit beer garden in 1907. It has been held at Detroit’s Cobo Center since 1965 and the show took on international status in 1989.
The Detroit Auto Show has come a long way since the first gathering in 1907 with only 17 automobile manufacturers presenting 33 cars.
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