Hazel Park City Council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday that decriminalizes what’s commonly known as “entheogenic plants,” or the full spectrum of “plants, fungi, and natural materials that can benefit psychological and physical wellness, support and enhance religious and spiritual practices and can reestablish human’s inalienable and direct relationship to nature.”
What brought the people of Ferndale together Friday evening was a feeling. And that feeling was not the same for everyone – or even the same…
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Their work not only involves safeguarding the historical records of the Michigan Jewish community, but also continued community engagement and education through their popular Facebook, YouTube and Tiktok pages.
In a room full of folks from around Oakland County and from both sides of the aisle, County Executive Dave Coulter gave his annual State of the County Address at M-1 Concourse in Pontiac.
A frightened swan found itself on Woodward during the morning commute…
The city of Southfield will sponsor the 6th annual Southfield Photo Prize this summer to showcase the natural and architectural beauty throughout the city while also creating an outdoor public art exhibition.
While many fees will stay the same, there are some increases and new fees being proposed at the March 14, 2022 council meeting.
Applications are being accepted from March 10-24.
“It is important that we recognize the horrific plight of the Ukrainian people in this moment, and support them by any means possible,” said Joy Wells, President and CEO of SOAR.
Jewish Ferndale, located at 1725 Pinecrest Dr in Ferndale, will stage a benefit concert for Ukrainian Refugees
The FHS spring musical, Once Upon a Mattress is an adaptation of “The Princess and The Pea”.
Schedule your booster or next dose in a safe and affirming space.
The Ferndale Area District Library has been a little quiet the past couple years, as COVID caused close downs and limited activities. But the beloved First Stop Friday Concert series is back.
This grant is available March 1 through March 31, 2022.
March 31 is the deadline to reach out to prevent a foreclosure from happening.
“At a time when there is unfortunately so much hate in the world, we need our young people to stand up to threats, intimidation and bullying like never before,” said Amy Cutler, President of NCJW -MI.
Clothing, toiletries, camping gear, food and medical supplies are currently the most-needed goods, and donations of these items can be made…
15% of all food sales will go right back to your Community Center to support the LGBTQ+ Community.
Mar 3 – Former Ambassador to Ukraine to Speak at MSU Zoom Presentation