Monthly Archives: March 2015

Food and agriculture make Macomb one tasty home

The food and agriculture industry has a special place in my heart. I grew up just north of 21 Mile Road, on the west side of North Avenue, on a piece of property that has been in the family for three generations. At … Continue reading

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New websites showcase Macomb County

Promoting the best of Macomb County has been a priority of the County Executive since the new form of county government was implemented. Bringing new visitors and investment to Macomb, as well as building community pride are a focus of … Continue reading

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Experience Detroit-style pizza at its best at Cloverleaf

Cloverleaf Bar & Restaurant is an iconic staple in Macomb County. Founded by the father of the Detroit square pizza, Gus Guerra, it has been in business since 1953. Still using the original recipe, Cloverleaf offers one seriously tasty deep-dish … Continue reading

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The gift of reading

As an expecting mother-to-be, some aspects of my baby shower were easier to figure out than others. Venue: Fishbone’s – check. Cake: Giuseppe’s Bakery – check. Favors: Midwest Suds Soap Co. products made by my sisters and me – check. … Continue reading

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Think Macomb County for your next gift-giving idea

Buying a unique gift for a special occasion can be daunting, and if you are like me, you are tired of giving the same old gift card. When I received the invitation to my sister-in-law and brother-in-law’s 50th wedding anniversary … Continue reading

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Cross-country skiing at Stony Creek Metropark

When I was growing up, my mom always encouraged my siblings and me to go outside and enjoy the great outdoors. For mom, all four seasons were opportunities to explore nature with her children. So, when winter came, she didn’t … Continue reading

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How this summer-fun girl grew to enjoy ice fishing

I will be the first to admit – I much prefer summer over winter. In fact, I could never see snow again and be perfectly happy. I am generally not a big fan of winter sports, and before I met … Continue reading

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