All posts by Laura Eliason

Make Dinner Super Again

DC Comics and Downtown Bookworks have put together the ultimate super hero cookbook to help make cooking fun for kids. The Official DC Super Hero Cookbook by Mathew Mead features over 60 simple tasty recipes and comes with stencils, Super Hero cookie cutters, and character cutouts – super cool! Try out their recipe for Krypto

Sweets and Fashion Headed to Briarwood

Briarwood Mall is getting some delicious and trendy new tenants this summer. Love Culture, the stylish clothing and accessories chain, and R.J.’s Heavenly Delights, a local bakery boutique, are among the new stores taking up residence. Love Culture, an up-to-the-minute fashion boutique for teens and young women that also offers funky and unique gifts, is

Get groceries fast

The Ann Arbor area now has another grocery delivery option. Shipt offers delivery service for Meijer grocery stores and is membership based; you pay for an annual membership which entitles the user to unlimited free delivery on orders over $35 and same day delivery in as soon as one hour. The process is as easy

Longtime Ann Arbor restaurant closes, new tenant planned

After 40 years of serving Italian fare in Kerrytown, Argiero’s Italian Restaurant has closed. The family run restaurant ended food service with a note posted on its door thanking patrons. Shortly after the closing, plans for a new restaurant for the space were announced by the co-owners of The Lunch Room, Phillis Engelbert and Joel

Ypsilanti Distric Library gets a new look

The Ypsilanti District Library has unveiled a new logo and The Loop, its new larger-format newsletter. The new logo gives the library a fresh, energetic look and is part of their 5-year strategic plan. The new newsletter will allow the library to better communicate with library users about services and events. It will be mailed

Support after Cesarean Birth

Women giving birth in Washtenaw County have many options: in a hospital, at home, with a midwife, with an OB-GYN, unassisted, vaginally and, for many women, via cesarean section (C-section). Cesarean sections occur for many reasons, but no matter the reason, the local chapter of the International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN) is a welcome resource