Detroit Pistons ad for a game against Chicago November 30, 2018
City Bird Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to peruse City Bird. Filled to the brim with unique gifts, City Bird and its sister shop, Nest, feature oodles of Michigan-made and Detroit-themed gifts, as well as housewares, jewelry and apparel designed by hundreds of independent artists. Founded by siblings and lifelong Detroiters Andy and Emily Linn, this one-stop shop for everyone on your list carries loads of little gems: Cellar Door Soaps, Dave’s Sweet Tooth Toffee, City Bird-made dish towels and aprons, Michigan-themed rattles for the little ones and, our favorite, Detroit Neo-Tiger crewnecks (shown) and T-shirts, hand-printed in the Eastern Market neighborhood.  460 W. Canfield St., Detroit.  (313) 831-9146; citybirddetroit.com.
City Bird Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to peruse City Bird. Filled to the brim with unique gifts, City Bird and its sister shop, Nest, feature oodles of Michigan-made and Detroit-themed gifts, as well as housewares, jewelry and apparel designed by hundreds of independent artists. Founded by siblings and lifelong Detroiters Andy and Emily Linn, this one-stop shop for everyone on your list carries loads of little gems: Cellar Door Soaps, Dave’s Sweet Tooth Toffee, City Bird-made dish towels and aprons, Michigan-themed rattles for the little ones and, our favorite, Detroit Neo-Tiger crewnecks (shown) and T-shirts, hand-printed in the Eastern Market neighborhood. 460 W. Canfield St., Detroit. (313) 831-9146; citybirddetroit.com.

Gift Guide 2017 – Part Two – Shop Local

Celebrate Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25 by shopping
some of our favorite hometown gems.

 

Jodi Feld Special to the Jewish News

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