When the homeowners were looking for an Up North feel in suburban Detroit, they found the perfect spot just minutes outside of downtown Brighton.
As president and founder of Ferndale’s Valentine Distilling, Rifino Valentine set out to create an extraordinary company built on a reputation for high quality.
Unlike most mundane annual reports, Focus: HOPE’s 2021 Data Report brims with exciting accomplishments, positive numbers, and optimistic news concerning this vibrant nonprofit association.
Located on storied Woodward Avenue, the Shinola Hotel renovated two historic buildings -- the old T.B. Rayl & Co. sporting goods and hardware store and a former Singer sewing machine store -- and built three new ones with a nod to the architecture of Detroit’s past.
Blu Ivy is so much more than a furniture store. It’s all there, everything you can imagine in home décor, from unique lighting and area rugs to wall art, upholstery, pillows, window treatments, and even amazing gift ideas.
Along with a supportive board and the consistent contributions of Aretha Franklin for over 20 years, the Motor City Lyric Opera brings a highly musical and artistic performance to grade schools with messages that address bullying and promote kindness.
Incarceration within the ominous walls of one of the world’s largest prisons would be dreadful, but a visit to the on-site museum can be fascinating – particularly because Cell Block 7 was an active part of the penitentiary until 2007.
In Bloomfield Hills is a French Country Traditional home with fascinating design elements in every room. To build this exclusive respite, the homeowners partnered with Jeff Dotson of J. William Construction, and together they created an exceedingly detailed home that combines old favorites with new inspiration.
Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn will celebrate this historical partnership September 7th and 8th at the Old Car Festival. The annual event is America’s longest-running antique car show, featuring hundreds of exquisite, rare vehicles manufactured from the 1890s through 1932.
After several years of blood, sweat, and tears, Wagner had assembled an amazing team of people that included five other glassblowers and was ready to begin work in her dream studio. Epiphany Glass became a reality.