Detroit Pistons ad for a game against Chicago November 30, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘Downtown Detroit’

Josh Luber, StockX CEO

StockX Laces Up

Sneaker “stock market” co-founded by Dan Gilbert rockets to success. In his 20s, Dan Gilbert announced a reason for his success: fun. “I’ve just always enjoyed going on to the next goal and achieving the next plateau,” he said in a 1990s story in Crain’s Detroit Business. As of this month, a new mountain can…

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Emily Stillman

Jewish@edu- When I Say I’m From Here

Emily Stillman Special to the Jewish News PHOTOS BY: John Hardwick Federation’s JOIN Intern Emily Stillman reflects on her eye-opening internship with a renewed appreciation of home. Like many college students’ thoughts, summer break crossed my mind as I trudged through the snowy sidewalks of Ann Arbor last winter. In the depths of December, I…

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Eddie Daniels 58/59 Performing Arts get together, 11/2010. NYC

Jazz Fest 2018

Clarinetist/saxophonist Eddie Daniels joins Chick Corea, Alvin Waddles and more at the Detroit Jazz Festival — plus other Labor Day fun. In the heart of Detroit, jazz fans will get a sense of the heart of Brazil. That’s the musical mood intended when clarinetist-saxophonist Eddie Daniels appears with a group of instrumentalists at this year’s…

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Detroit Jewish News March 27, 1942 issue featuring Boyer’s Haunted Shacks advertisements for radios.

Radio History – From the DJN Davidson Digital Archive

There was a very interesting advertisement in the March 27, 1942, issue of the JN — the paper’s very first issue. The ad was about the great selection of portable radios offered by “Boyer’s Haunted Shacks.” First, the technology of the day is interesting. According to Zenith Electronics company history, a historic maker of radios…

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karaoke bar, piano bar. Sid’s Request Room

Karaoke Bar Coming to Siren Hotel in October

Start your vocal warm-ups, everyone! Pick out your go-to karaoke song! Sid’s Request Room is coming to downtown Detroit this fall. It was recently announced that the New York karaoke and piano bar would be opening a new location in downtown Detroit’s Siren Hotel. The Siren Hotel already has a jam-packed ground floor, featuring several…

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sushi from Joe Muer Seafood

Danny Raskin: Seafood Bliss

Joe Muer Seafood Bloomfield Hills celebrates one-year anniversary. Really? Many people who lived, worked or visited in the regions that surrounded it were thrilled to learn that a second Joe Muer Seafood restaurant would be coming to the site of Kingsley Inn, Woodward and Long Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills. To offer one of the best…

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Motown Mash at Detroit Water Ice Factory

Nosh News: Popcorn, Ice And Korean Food

Popcorn And Ice Detroit Water Ice Factory entered its second season at the Franklin Cider Mill for a “pop-up” experience of its flagship shop on Woodward Avenue in Downtown Detroit near Campus Martius, which is entering its fourth summer. The Franklin Cider Mill location offers water ice, “Motown twists” (water ice with soft serve ice…

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Food from the Caucus Club in Detroit

Danny Raskin: Historic Name, Modern Menu

The Caucus Club celebrates one year in business. The revival of a Downtown Detroit legendary restaurant name marks its first anniversary with much applause. Takeover of a coveted locale’s name and place is never easy … And the new Caucus Club at the same location in the Penobscot Building, Congress, Detroit, is not much different.…

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Beverly Fishman with some of her previous work, including her well-known pharmaceuticals.

Rise!

Beverly Fishman’s dynamic new mural shines. Beverly Fishman’s artwork has long been in the spotlight, but her latest project opens up to sunlight. Rise, a colorful and massive abstract mural spanning 170 feet by 60 feet — the largest design she has ever originated — covers the north-facing wall of the Detroit City Club Apartments…

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Empire Kitchen & Cocktails

Brush Park’s New Empire

Michael Abrams and Brian Adelman’s friendship has withstood the test of time. Growing up in Detroit, the two met in junior high school. After college, Abrams veered toward a career in the restaurant business and is best known for running Snooker’s Pub and Mr. Joe’s. Adelman instead went on to pursue a medical degree from…

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