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Detroit Metro Times: THE 20 ESSENTIAL DETROIT BARS

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20-Essential-Bars

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“Today [4/7/15]  is National Beer Day! Naturally, you should celebrate. Here are 20 of our favorite watering holes where you can drink to the occasion …”

The Sugar House – 2130 Michigan Ave.,
Honest ? Johns – 488 Selden St
The Bronx Bar – 4476 Second Ave.
Baker’s Keyboard Lounge – 20510 Livernois Ave.
Cheli’s Chili Bar Detroit – 47 E. Adams Ave.
Coach Insignia – 100 Renaissance Center
Dakota Inn Rathskeller – 17324 John R St.
Foran’s Grand Trunk Pub – 612 Woodward Ave.
Fort Street Brewery – 1660 Fort St., Lincoln Park
Hopcat – Detroit – 4265 Woodward Ave.
Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria and Brewery Detroit – 441 West Canfield
The Anchor Bar– 450 W. Fort St.
Jumbo’s – 3736 Third St
Cadieux Cafe Detroit – 4300 Cadieux Rd.
Tom’s Tavern – 10093 W. Seven Mile Rd.
3rd Street Detroit – 701 W. Forest Ave.
The Park Bar Detroit – 2040 Park Ave.
Traffic Jam & Snug – 511 W. Canfield St.
Ye Olde Tap Room – 14915 Charlevoix
Northern Lights Lounge – 660 W. Baltimore St.

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35 nostalgic photos of summertime at Belle Isle

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Belle Isle Summertime Picnic   Belle Isle Summertime Beach

Belle Isle Summertime  Belle Isle Summertime Canoes

Thank you Detroit Metro Times for these photos.

Belle Isle is one of the spots Show Me Detroit Tours takes visitors from all over the country – and around the world.

For info on scheduling a tour visit www.showmedetroittours.com/reservations.html

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Metro Times: A chat with Detroit’s little red devil

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Red Dwarf

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For 300 years Detroit has blamed its woes on a red dwarf named Le Nain Rouge. The crimson figure is said to be the harbinger of bad, the destructive force behind all that goes wrong in the city. So, for the past few years in the spring Detroiters hold a parade that keeps him at bay for the year to come. Because what better way to rid ourselves of a mythological beast?

With the city seeing a revival, we thought we’d chat with Le Nain Rouge about whether this annual cavalcade has been keeping him from his ghastly deeds or if the renaissance is all part of his evil plans.

Marche du Nain Rouge starts at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 22; the parade begins on the corner of West Canfield Street and Second Avenue, across from Traffic Jam & Snug. For the details visit www.marchedunainrouge.com

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