There are few places better and safer to spend during the pandemic that the slopes in winter.
Homemade sea scallops may not be typically on the front of your mind but Chef Jim Opat from Andiamo shows us exactly how to do it yourself.
As long as you have the appropriate clothing and gear, skiing is the perfect activity this winter. Ski expert Brian Snabes is out with his family showing us the many activities the Alpine Valley Ski Resort has to offer.
Metro Detroit matchmaker Lisa Chaben has set up hundreds of successful marriages for more than three decades. Lisa launched Match With Lisa, a matchmaking service, during the pandemic after being inundated with calls from lonely, isolated singles who heard about her knack for helping people find lasting love.
While many vehicles have stood still during the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to ensure your vehicle doesn’t break down in the bitter cold. Bowman Chevrolet can run through a winter and pandemic checklist to make sure your car stays healthy and you stay safe.
January is Get Organized (GO) Month, founder, of Organize Detroit, Andrea Wolfe talks about the benefits of organization. Here are a few things you can do in January to Get Organized: ·Reorganize winter accessories (hats, mittens, etc.) for each member of the house, but in a cupboard, or so each person has a separate area and container, Same with winter sports gear. · National Clean Your Desk Day is January 13. Empty out a desk drawer. Clean it well. Then organize the “keepers” back in; discard the rest. · Clean out your medicine cabinet. Safely get rid of anything expired and that you no longer are using. Clear bins are great for under the bathroom sink for makeup and hair products. Get rid of and consolidate what you need. Do the same in the Bathroom linen closet and Pantry.
Family of slain corrections officer: murderer said “you don’t believe I’ll shoot you.” The family of Clarence Tariq Hammond III is convinced he knew his killer.
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K.C. McIntosh and Matthew Hollis, longtime friends who graduated from Cass Tech are the owners of Team Elite, a Detroit-based online retailer of premium urban apparel that has released an array of high-quality T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, hats, jackets and other items that Detroiters love and appreciate. Both of them express their own unique vision of art through their apparel. They are self-taught designers who understand how an individual’s environment can shape a person’s life and describe their distinctive style as “expressive” - a reflection of their own perspective growing up in Detroit. Shop online at https://www.teamelite313.com.
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Travis Ilitch broke records for raising over $110,000 for St. Jude's. Now the Michigan teen has been named a national teen ambassador.
J.J. Hairston is the number 11 gospel artist of the past decade and released a new album on Jan. 1. He chatted with Jay Towers about the album and what 2021 has in store.
New year new goals, The new year is always a chance for new beginnings and after 2020 I think we could all use one. Stephanie Popso a Well-Being Coach and Retreat Guide with her Empowered Life Planner shows us how to pair down a goal so it’s not overwhelming and how to start small and build from there. The Empowered Life Planner also has a few discount codes: FOX for $5 off Empowered Planners; VIBE for $51 off High-Vibe Quarterly check-in’s. Both expires Sunday night, January 3. Visit https://www.empoweredlifeplanner.com/ for more info.
The three goals this year are to save more, make more and spend less. Easier said than done right, well Cornerstone Community Financial Credit Union is here to help.
While Bake and Temple may not be able to stand next to one another, they're doing everything they cna to still see each other. On New Years Day the two grabbed their binoculars and met on opposite sides of the Detroit River.
Restaurants everywhere need a little bit of a boost right now.
Ocean Prime's Executive Chef, Chris Mayer, shows us how to make tenderloin and risotto in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Winter officially begins Monday at 5:02am
After recovering from cancer, 17 year old Toby Versola wanted to help children in the hospital feel more at home. He decided to pair with an organization called Wish Upon a Teen that helped him in his time of need. Now, he's making the holidays a whole lot brighter for kids at Mott Children's Hospital.