Catch Alexander Zonjic at Harbor House in Greektown every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Harbor House serves up Motown’s finest foods with exciting dishes and unique ambiance in an intimate setting. Make a date of it … Loya Organic Kebab Cafe is now open at 4284 Orchard Lake Road in West Bloomfield , (248) 681-9640, with specialties like Almond cream soup, Himalayan Goji berry salad, and, of course, amazing kebabs … Holy Cannoli’s has opened its 2nd location in Downtown Berkley, 2752 Coolidge Highway, homemade delish cannolis and many Michigan-made products … Dark Tan, a new tanning salon and spa on Orchard Lake Road, south of Maple, has opened its doors and it’s a one-of-a-kind facility with tanning beds that cost upward of $40,000 a piece and are the safest and most protective tanning beds on the market. It’s also the only dealer in Michigan to carry Alexander McQueen glasses for women. Prices start at $100 (248- 737-4TAN (4826) or www.darktanme.com) … Expanding on the success of its Bloomfield Hills store, SHE will be opening its doors in Grosse Pointe Village, at 16888 Kercheval Place, in mid-May. Owned and operated by personal stylist Sharon Eisenshtadt, SHE Grosse Pointe will be open Mondays through Saturdays, with personal stylists available to assist with selections. Stay tuned for upcoming designer appearances and stock shows. (248-594-8181. www.she-stores.com) … Beverly Hills is home to a new bookstore, Books-A-Million at the Corners Shopping Center in the former Borders location. The Beverly Hills store will be the second Kids-A-Million location in the country and will feature children’s books, learning resources from Leap Frog as well as toys and games that appeal to children, parents, teachers and librarians. Sign up for the Millionaire’s Club, where members save 40 percent off bestsellers, 20 percent off hundreds of items throughout the store and 10 percent off everything, every day. (248-723-7106) … Inside/Out at the Detroit Institute of Arts, now in its fourth year, brings nearly 80 reproductions of masterpieces from the DIA’s collection to the streets and parks of Metro Detroit, now through June 23. Check out dia.org to find out which cities will have the art.