Posts Tagged ‘Detroit Opera House’

shaved Brussels sprouts salad with toast

Danny Raskin: The Secret Is Out

The ‘new’ Fork n’ Pint keeps people coming back. New guys ’n gals on the block have sort of kept it quiet … or it seemed so … for three years … Those who have been to the “new” Fork n’ Pint have finally failed in keeping it to themselves … The word is out…

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Station Square

Danny Raskin: A Long-Awaited Opening

Station Square Kitchen & Bar opens its doors in Troy. A family and general public love of informal elegance are wrapped up beautifully in the opening of Troy’s casually fine new Station Square Kitchen & Bar restaurant that has met with much acceptance … following its lavish four-day pre-opening and opening last week … Between…

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Detroit Opera House

My First Opera – The Summer King

I’ve listened to and performed a lot of classical music. I’ve sung along to many pop songs. I have jammed out to 80’s rock with my parents. My sister has even locked me in a room with her and forced me to listen to musical soundtracks over and over again. But even with all of…

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From The Hill Seafood and Chophouse

Danny Raskin: A ‘Hill’ Of A Good Meal

Grosse Pointe eatery is worth the drive. The resurgence of Downtown Detroit has also done wonders for restaurants away from the area by the many who might desire a change of menu, atmosphere or all-around surroundings … along with a place’s numerous stalwart customers who have found another eatery to love. Among them, The Hill…

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Assaggi Mediterranean Bistro lamb chops

Danny Raskin: Chai Anniversary

Assaggi Mediterranean Bistro marks milestone. Driving around looking for a location to put their dream, Josie Knapp and George Gize knew that money was scarce and a lavish restaurant by them would be out of the question. While driving along the not-yet-fully developed Nine Mile Road, west of Woodward locale, they saw a little site…

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Annie Citron, new music blogger for the JN blog.

Meet Annie Citron – Music Blogger

I am so ecstatic to have this opportunity to blog for the Detroit Jewish News. As a teenager living in the Detroit area, I am completely immersed in an incredible music scene. I’ve grown up as a classically trained musician on both the French horn and violin; some of my earliest memories include playing the…

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