Stories tagged: "Ferndale"


National Hispanic Heritage Month will be honored, celebrated, and acknowledged throughout the state through art, film, authentic dishes, and educational efforts across many communities.
8 Ways Michiganders Can Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month has been celebrated across the US every year since the late 80s to recognize the contributions and influence that Hispanic Americans have had nationwide—including right here in Michigan.

This Small Michigan City Is Hoping to Make a Big Impact Through Cutting Its Carbon Emissions

Ferndale Mayor Melanie Piana has her city leading the way toward carbon neutrality in Michigan. “We're just trying to do our part at the local level to impact the global level.”

One way to help Michigan's economy is to recycle the dollar locally. Considering shopping at a Michigan-owned business this holiday season.
PHOTOS: Shop Small With These Michigan Businesses

From novelty shops to beauty salons, these businesses will take care of everyone on your list—And make sure you look good, too.

Photos by Brian Rozman
Small Business Saturday: Shop Consciously at These Michigan Shops Proudly Saying ‘Black Lives Matter’

From toys to jewelry, these southeastern Michigan shops give you unique gifts for the holidays with an important message behind them.

Portrait of a Lady on Fire
WATCH: Michigan’s ‘Quarantine & Chill’ Features the Best Queer Flicks We’ve Seen

Ferndale-based mental health service Transcend the Binary has launched a weekly streaming series creating community around queer narratives.

WATCH: Surprise Parades Are Popping In Metro Detroit — And They’re Epic

Thanks to the resilient spirit of this struggling business owner, Michiganders are dressing up as dinosaurs and polar bears to spread cheer during the pandemic.