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Friend of Frogs, Savior of Salamanders: Detroit Zoo’s Amphibian Expert Ruth Marcec-Greaves

November 12th 2020

Dr. Ruth Marcec-Greaves is the director of the center.  She’s dedicated her life to learning about the diverse mix of frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts that can be found around the globe.  Learning about them – and protecting them.

Reporter Food: Chicken Shack (Various Locations)

November 10th 2020

Of course they are known for the amazing broasted chicken they’ve been serving up since 1956.

Explore: The Detroit Zoo

November 8th 2020

With beautiful autumn weather and social distancing requirements limiting attendance, it’s a great time to visit the Detroit Zoo

Reporter Food – Clawson Steak House

November 7th 2020

The Clawson Steak House has a menu of traditional steak favorites like Filet Mignon, New York, Delmonico, and Porterhouse.

Reporter Food: Culantro in Downtown Ferndale

November 5th 2020

Finding a restaurant that is good for easy, healthy carryout items is a wonderful thing, and I’m happy to share what’s become one of my go-to dishes – the Aji de Gallina from Culantro in Downtown Ferndale.

Nov. 7 – Lathrup Village Dog Park Grand Opening

November 5th 2020

Your dogs will be able to test out the dog park with proof of medical information and signed wavier!

Reporter Food: LA Cafe in Waterford

October 31st 2020

I opted for the Chili Corn Bread, which was a square of homemade corn bread topped with vegan chili, green onions, and shredded cheddar.

Shiawassee River Earns “National Water Trail” Designation

October 26th 2020

The Shiawassee River Water Trail is eighty-eight miles in length stretching from Holly, MI to Chesaning, MI, crossing through four counties in mid-Michigan. 

Explore: Raintree Park and the New “Storybook Trail” in Troy

October 26th 2020

Part of the trail is in a forested area so there is a great opportunity for families to enjoy nature during their visit.

Video: A Trio of Sandhill Cranes Strolling, Singing at Stony Creek Metropark

October 25th 2020

At first the birds were quiet, but after about 30 seconds of filming the biggest of the cranes began to call out in a voice that echoed across the waterways, and the two littler birds made quieter songs in reply