On Saturday morning, Ann Arbor locals and visitors puckered up to sample a selection of 43 pickled foods at Downtown Home & Garden on South Ashley Street — a store that has been around for more than a century.
Wheeling its way down the freeway from the Motor City to Ann Arbor every Thursday, the iconic Slows Bar BBQ will be available weekly in the Ross School of Business’ Seigle Cafe to cater its famous slow-cooked sandwiches and other entrees to the community during lunchtime.
Friday evening, the fitness studio Pure Barre hosted a grand opening party at its new downtown Ann Arbor location. The event was open to the community and included a cocktail party, merchandise sale and a raffle for a free year of classes.
For many, keeping a car in Ann Arbor as a student can be difficult, because parking is in such high demand. Maven, a new car sharing company, is hoping to remedy this problem by making it easier for students to get to where they need to go and back affordably and quickly.