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    Ann Arbor Area Sledding Hills

    By Admin | December 6, 2023

    Sledding! What a blast. Picking your path, dropping in, flying down the hill and feeling the thrill of an out of control slide and subsequent smooth stop… Then, the tiring journey back to the top to do it all again. Here in the Huron Valley, we are lucky to have a bit of varied topography... Read More

    Ann Arbor Restaurants Offering To-Go Thanksgiving Meals

    By Admin | November 3, 2023

    Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Whether you’re looking to order your own Thanksgiving meal to-go, treat someone else, or even just pick up some delectable side dishes, we have you covered with Thanksgiving to-go offerings from Ann Arbor area restaurants. 4 Separate Zingerman’s Businesses: Zingerman’s Deli This quintessential Ann Arbor institution is offering... Read More

    16 Fantastic Ann Arbor Restaurant Rooftops and Patios

    By Admin | May 12, 2023

    Warm weather is finally here! Take advantage of the sunshine and cool night breezes with these incredible Ann Arbor area outdoor dining and imbibing options! Aventura Serving up Spanish fare designed to be shared among friends and family, Aventura offers a warm and inviting atmosphere. Offering small plates (tapas), paella, an extensive Spanish wine list,... Read More

    Ann Arbor Area Oktoberfest Events, Breweries, and German Restaurants

    By Admin | September 13, 2022

    Events Saline Oktoberfest. September 16-17, 2022. More info and Tickets. The Heidelberg Oktoberfest. September 30 – October 1, 2022. More info. A2 Artoberfest. October 8-9, 2022. More info. German Restaurants Metzgers The Heidelberg The Cellar by Grizzly Peak (formerly known as The Old German) Biercamp Breweries Arbor Brewing Company Corner Brewery – Ypsilanti Grizzly Peak –... Read More

    Ann Arbor Ranked #2 Best Place to Live in 2020

    By Jack Cassedy | October 9, 2020

    According to the results of Livability’s latest research, Ann Arbor ranked in at #2 in the list of Best Small and Medium-Sized (cities) Places to Live in 2020. Livability analyzed factors including safety, affordability, economic stability, outdoor recreation, accessibility, and community engagement. This year’s list was also informed by a new metric, “Opportunity Score,” which... Read More

    Ann Arbor Area Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes

    By Admin | October 1, 2020

    1. Slow Farm 4700 Whitmore Lake Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 Slow Farm is a certified organic u-pick farm and farm stand in northern Ann Arbor, Michigan. If you wear your Halloween costume to the farm they’ll give you a 10% discount on decorative pumpkins during the month of October. They have two pumpkin patches... Read More

    Ann Arbor City Council Bans Dedicated Short-Term “Airbnb” Rentals in Residential Zoning Districts

    By Jack Cassedy | September 11, 2020

    On September 8, 2020, the Ann Arbor City Council voted 7-4 to prohibit non-owner-occupied short-term rental homes in Ann Arbor’s residential zoning districts. The most updated version of the ordinance can be downloaded here.     Per the ordinance, homeowners in residential zoning districts are still allowed to offer short-term rentals of a portion or... Read More

    Ann Arbor Valentine’s Day Ideas 2020

    By Jack Cassedy | January 30, 2020

    Valentine’s Day is nearly here. If you’re anything like me, you’ve waited nearly to the last minute to decide what you want to do with your beau to celebrate this special day. First, let me give you a short bit of date night advice. The best dates are those which leave you with memories and... Read More

    Dr. Lawrence Yun, NAR Chief Economist, on Ann Arbor’s Economic and Housing Outlook

    By Iris Petersen | September 20, 2018

    Dr. Yun delivered an economic outlook and forecast of the local Ann Arbor housing market at the meeting. Read More

    14 Summer Activities for Ann Arbor Teens

    By Iris Petersen | June 7, 2018

    Summer is the perfect time for teenagers to enjoy their lives without having to worry about the burden of homework. With free time on their hands, teens have great opportunities to explore Ann Arbor and its events. Whether you want to get outside and enjoy the weather, or stay in and cool off, here are... Read More