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Reporter Food: Anthony Quinn Omelette at LA Cafe

November 11th 2018

Reporter Food: Anthony Quinn Omelette at LA Cafe (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 11, 2018) Waterford, MI – At Dixie Highway and Andersonville Road is a strange and delightful place full of fun décor, unusual items, and delicious food, called LA Café. It’s one of those places I’d drive past all the time and think “someday […]

Ten Years of Go Comedy: Pj Jacokes Shares Memories, Laughs and Mentorship

November 10th 2018

Ten Years of Go Comedy: Pj Jacokes Shares Memories, Laughs and Mentorship (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 24, 2018) Ferndale, MI- Earlier this year a city-wide scavenger hunt sent Go Comedy! patrons looking for such items as a full bag of garbage, a medium pizza and even the Mayor of Ferndale. Last summer Go Comedy! fans […]

Won’t You Be My Neighbor Screening at Berkley Library Nov. 27

November 9th 2018

  Won’t You Be My Neighbor Screening at Berkley Library Nov. 27 Berkley, MI – Won’t You Be My Neighbor? takes an intimate look at America’s favorite neighbor: Mister Fred Rogers. A portrait of a man whom we all think we know, this emotional and moving film takes us beyond the zip-up cardigans and the […]

Over 200 Rally in Ferndale with “No One is Above the Law” Message

November 9th 2018

  Over 200 Rally in Ferndale with “No One is Above the Law” Message Over 200 people gathered at Ferndale City Hall Thursday night to protest the Trump administration and the recent decision to remove Attorney General Jeff Sessions and appoint a replacement that has not been vetted by Congress. The move is seen by […]

Local Author Debuts Kid’s Book “Even” at Launch Party in Ferndale Nov. 17

November 9th 2018

Local Author Debuts Kid’s Book “Even” at Launch Party in Ferndale Nov. 17 Ferndale, MI- Songwriter, writer and local businessman Andy Gutman has released a children’s book titled ‘Even.’ The 34-page story, written in a lyrical style amidst vibrant illustrations, offers a sweet lesson in the eternal love and strong bond between a father and […]

Ferndale Recreation Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair Dec. 2

November 9th 2018

  Ferndale Recreation Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair Dec. 2 Ferndale, MI -Ferndale Parks & Recreation will be holding their annual Holiday Showplace Arts & Crafts Fair on Sunday, December 2nd from 10 am – 3 pm. It will be held at the Gerry Kulick Community Center in Ferndale at 1201 Livernois Ferndale, MI 48220. […]

Royal Oak Chamber Annual Holiday Soiree Dec. 4

November 9th 2018

Royal Oak Chamber Annual Holiday Soiree Dec. 4 Royal Oak, MI- The Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce annual Holiday Soiree will feature a festive environment for networking along with musical entertainment, food provided by local restaurants, and a cash bar. Event is upstairs at Fifth Avenue, 215 W. Fifth Avenue, Royal Oak Tuesday, Dec. 4 […]

An Overview of the Holocaust at Berkley Library Nov. 13

November 8th 2018

An Overview of the Holocaust at Berkley Library Nov. 13 Berkley, MI- Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. Join historian and lecturer Barbara Demlow for an overview of the Holocaust. Registration optional by calling (248) 658-3440 or at http://berkleylib.evanced.info/signup/calendar. The Berkley Public Library is located at 3155 Coolidge Highway in Berkley.  For additional information, call […]

Voter Turnout by City/Twp in Oakland County 2018 Election

November 7th 2018

Voter Turnout by City/Twp in Oakland County 2018 Election (Kurt Metzger, Crystal Proxmire, Nov. 7, 2018) Oakland County, MI- Oakland County voters came out yesterday in record numbers for a Midterm Election.  The overall turnout percentage of 64.2 percent of all registered voters, compares to 48.0 percent in 2014 and 51.4 percent in 2010.  Turnout […]

County Commission Goes Blue for First Time in Decades

November 7th 2018

County Commission Goes Blue for First Time in Decades (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 7, 2018) Pontiac, MI – For the first time in decades the Oakland County Commission has more Democrats serving than Republicans.  The newly elected Commissioners will take their seats on Jan. 1, and a new Chair will be appointed. There will be […]