Sunday, May 31, 2009
- Star Trek
- Angels & Demons
- Terminator: Salvation
- Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
- Up by Pixlar
- Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
- The Ugly Truth
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
5) Attend a summer concert.
- Coldplay-June 6
- Keith Urban with Taylor Swift- June 6
- Earth, Wind, & Fire- June 24
- Green Day- July 14
- Beyonce- July 18
- Anita Baker – July 31
6) Chill off the summer heat and satisfy your sweet tooth with a visit to your Ice Cream at
you favorite ice cream parlor (Cold Stone & Baskin-Robbins happen to be two of my
7) Boat ride on Detroit Princess. Enjoy the beauty of Detroit’s riverside . For details visit,http://www.detroitprincess.com/
8) Picnic in the park. Simple but fun and effective way to relax.
9) Walk for a cure. Find a foundation you’re passionate about and sign up for any walk or run marathon they may offer this summer. Plus it’s a great way to stay healthy and active this summer.
10) Most of all, stay cool, active, and have fun during the summer days.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
1. Dr. West (Skit)
2. 3 A.M.
3. My Mom
5. Bagpipes From Baghdad
7. Tonya (Skit)
8. Same Song & Dance
9. We Made You
10. Medicine Ball
11. Paul (Skit)
12. Stay Wide Awake
13. Old Time's Sake - (featuring Dr. Dre)
14. Must Be The Ganja
15. Mr. Mathers
16. Deja Vu
18. Crack A Bottle - (featuring Dr. Dre/50 Cent)
19. Steve Berman (Skit)
20. Underground/Ken Kaniff
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Chrysler recommended that 40 dealerships in the state of Michigan be closed and 15 dealerships in the Metro Detroit area.
Jim Press, the Vice Chairman and President made a statement in response to the automaker's actions. "We are in the process of revitalizing Chrysler's business to succeed as a viable enterprise under new ownership in the future," said Press.
He also said,"The unprecedented decline in the industry has had a significant impact on our sales and forced us to reduce production levels to better match the needs of the market. With the downsizing of operations after the sale and reduction of plants and production, similar reductions must be made to the size of the dealer body. We appreciate the support of our dealers and regret this painful action. We wish market conditions made it possible to keep everyone."
The Michigan dealerships recommended for closing will be heard by Judge Arthur Gonzalez at 10:00 a.m. on June 3 in a hearing. The judge will decide whether to accept the list of 40 filing names. For more information click on the links below and the video.
Detroit Free Press: http://freep.com/article/20090514/BUSINESS01/90514039/Chrysler+seeks+to+shed+789+dealers++40+in+Mich.
WXYZ News- Channel 7:
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
A Different Me Tour, starring Keyshia Cole
Monday, May 11, 2009
Spend your evening in an enjoyable fashion, while also supporting a worthy cause. The Detroit Symphony Orchestra Volunteer Council is having an wine event Wednesday, May 13th at Detroit Athletic Club. Guests will be treated to wines from South America, hors d’oeuvres,
and a silent auction. The event is 6-8:30pm .Guests can pay $95 as a donor, $125 patron, and $175 as a benefactor. Proceeds will support the DSO youth programs. Tickets can be purchased from the DSO Volunteer Council office at (313) 567-5154. For additional information, visit http://www.detroitsymphony.com/ShowDetail.aspx?id=2598
ALIVE 2009- A Benefit for the Donate Life Coalition of Michigan
The Donate Life Coalition of Michigan is holding a benefit Thursday, May 14th to celebrate the gift of life at The Detroit Science Center. The Donate Life Coalition was formed in 1993 and is dedicated to promoting organ and tissue donation. Help the organization celebrate its work with a night of entertainment. Enjoy an evening of good food, great wine and beer, music, science, of course, and an auction. The benefit is from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. For more information about the event, call (248) 770-5172 or (248) 701-2323 and visit http://www.donatelifemichigan.org/org/.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Mother's Day Breakfast Brunch & Buffet Dinner -Grab mom and take her down to the historical Trenton Hotel Grill for a classic brunch or a dinner. The family owned hotel offers a the perfect atmosphere for mom to eat and pend time with all her love ones. The breakfast brunch menu includes: scrambled eggs with garden vegetables, biscuits and gravy, pasta marinara , French Toast, and other favorite breakfast delicious items. Cramosa's $2.00 a glass and Bloody Mary's $3.00 a glass. The brunch is from 11am-1pm.
The dinner buffet is from 1pm-6pm and includes herb roasted chicken, maple cherry salmon, Vodka Pasta, a baked potato bar, salad station, and other dinner cuisine.
Moms get in for $16.95, $18.95 per person, Children 10 to 4 are $10.95, and Children 3 and under are FREE. For more information or to make reservations, call (734) 671-5676. http://www.trentonhotelgrill.com/Portals/0/MOTHER09menu.pdf
Mom's Day at the Spa - $150 will get mom a Swedish Full Body Massage and a Signature Facial.
To book your appointment, call (248) 349.9003.
A view of the Detroit river and a Italian style brunch for mom and the whole family to enjoy!
The Mother's Day Package includes:Reserved Seating, Valet Parking, Live Entertainment, Cruise Ship Style Buffet with 3 Entrees, Champagne, Coat Check, 6% tax and 22% gratuity.
Adults $55.00 per person
Children 6-12 years old, $20.00 per child
Five and under, no charge
Plus 20% service charge and 6% sales tax
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
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Monday, May 4, 2009
Eileen Fisher Special Invitation! Wine,Chocolate, & Shopping savings
Spend your Saturday with a friend, enjoying a glass of wine, irresistible chocolate,and other delicious bites served by local suppliers and Edible Magazine.Receive $25 off of your EILEEN FISHER purchase from 3- 5p.m.. Shopping, wine, and chocolate--You can't lose!! For more information call, (248) 643-8005 or visit http://www.thesomersetcollection.com/events/eventslist.aspx?eventTypeID=1 for more details.
Carmen comes to the Detroit Opera House
The classic French opera, Carmen will grace the stage of the Detroit Opera House May 9th, 10th, 13th, and 15-17th . Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Sundays. Ticket prices vary,based on your seating preference. For more ticket information, visit http://www.motopera.org/0809/carmen.html
A Tribute to Detroit TV Legends
Were you a major fan of John Kelly and Marilyn Turner's daily show? Couldn't start your mornings without Amyre Makupson'? Then then you will definitely enjoy and appreciate The Detroit Historical Society's new exhibit. The museum 's new exhibit, Detroit’s Classic TV Personalities is now open to the public. The exhibit celebrates the legacy, humor, and designation that seven Detroit TV hosts brought to the the motor city. The seven hosts recognized are: Bill Kennedy, Soupy Sales, Bill Bonds, Emery King, Amyre Makupson, John Kelly and Marilyn Turner. Each personality brought their own flare and style to Detroit media and the television that could not to be forgotten. The Detroit Historical Museum honors them and their special place in Detroit with the new exhibit.
For more information visit, http://detroithistorical.org/index.aspx
JOHN KELLY & MARILYN TURNER