Tag Archives: Amanda Minaudo

Macomb County winter festivals a great way to chill out

Macomb County provides endless summertime fun, everything from outdoor concerts to ethnic festivals to firework displays. But what many don’t realize is what Macomb County provides in the winter months as well. Starting this week and going well into the … Continue reading

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Time is running out! Donate now to the MacArthur Park crowdfunding campaign!

There is less than one week left to donate to the MacArthur Park crowdfunding campaign! The Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) has only until 11 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28 to raise the $12,900 left needed to meet their goal. … Continue reading

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The creepiest things to do in Macomb County

Witches, zombies, werewolves or vampires, there is no question about it – people love being scared out of their wits during the month of October. The countdown to Halloween has begun, and Macomb County has no shortage of things to … Continue reading

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Inaugural Michigan Bootlegger Heritage Festival on the Nautical Mile set for Oct. 1

Back in the 1920s, Detroit was the epicenter for bootlegging, as smugglers trafficked bootlegged beer and liquor across the Canadian border. In fact, it was said that 75 percent of all the alcohol smuggled into the U.S. during Prohibition crossed … Continue reading

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The fun of Sprint & Splash

For the fourth year in a row, my husband and I are participating in Sprint & Splash – a fun, recreational event to benefit Lake St. Clair. No doubt the most beautiful and valuable natural resource in Macomb County, Lake St. … Continue reading

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Waterfront restaurants – just another reason to Make Macomb Your Home!

Winter is finally over, and a few of Macomb County’s finest waterfront establishments are coming out of hibernation! Every year, when the temperatures begin to drop, some restaurants along the lake close for the season. Thankfully, come April, they reopen … 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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