Melody Baetens The Detroit News Published 9:26 PM EDT Jul 10, 2019 For being hundreds and hundreds of miles away from the coast of Maine, Metro Detroit sure is getting a lot of lobster this summer. Restaurants are flying in fresh, tender Maine lobster for special events, and Metro Detroit has not one, but two food festivals dedicated to the popular crustacean. For the seventh year in a row, Corktown sandwich shop Mudgie's Deli & Wine Shop will bring back its famous Lobster Roll Week, July 22-27. This is the only time you can get one of the restaurant's famous sandwiches made with Maine lobster that is shipped in fresh each day from the Atlantic Ocean, 2,000 pounds in all throughout the week. "We are very excited for what has become a Detroit summer tradition," said owner Greg Mudge. Like last year, they'll sell the lobster meat sandwiches for $20.50. You can make a date out of it and get two rolls and a bottle of Guilhem Rosé French wine for … [Read more...] about Mudgie’s lobster roll week returns, plus more Maine events
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Jeanine Matlow Special to The Detroit News Published 4:30 PM EDT Jun 6, 2019 Summer get-togethers can provide plenty of inspiration for future seasonal gatherings, especially those that are held in outdoor settings. Though we didn’t have the best weather conditions during Memorial Day weekend, there was still a little sunshine and warmth to be had. Unfortunately, a potluck party scheduled to take place at our swim club that Sunday did not have the benefit of either. After the original start time was delayed because of rain, the same scenario played out again later in the day. Since we knew we’d be in a covered seating area, we went ahead as planned and managed to squeeze out a few hours of fun before everyone felt the need to leave because we were freezing. Despite the lousy weather, the experience taught me that you don’t have to settle for the same old backyard barbecue come summertime when you can raise your game with a little creativity. My invite to … [Read more...] about Smart Solutions: Don’t let summer weather rain on your fun
Video PUBLISHED: 14:52 26 April 2019 | UPDATED: 15:00 26 April 2019 Gary Barlow at Carrow Road Credit: Sonya Duncan Archant From timings to travel, here is everything you need to know as Take That make a triumphant return to Norwich. Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald are coming to Carrow Road on Thursday May 30, following two unforgettable nights at the stadium in summer 2017.The 52-date tour kicked off at Sheffield Arena on April 12 and follows their new album Odyssey which celebrates their greatest hits.What can I expect at Take That?Expect a massive party, packed with crazy costumes and amazing light displays, as the trio come to Carrow Road.The concert will feature all their chart-topping hits across three decades after the release of the Odyssey compilation album in November last year.The band have recreated the album artwork as a life-size 30 tonne, 35 metre diameter sphere which takes centre stage throughout the show.Whereas last time around the stage was … [Read more...] about All you need to know ahead of Take That Norwich concert
PUBLISHED: 10:30 16 March 2019 | UPDATED: 08:47 17 March 2019 Andrew Clarke Latitude is one of the cornerstones of Suffolk's festival season Picture: MEGAN ALDOUS Archant Festival season will soon be upon us. All ready line-ups for the big summer events are being announced and as ever Suffolk is leading the way when it comes to celebrating culture in all its diversity. Sheeran has built a 'wildlife pond' in his back garden - but some neighbours complain it could be used as a swimming pool Picture: BEN BIRCHALL/PA WIREInk Festival - April 12-14, Halesworth CutDuring the three days of The Ink Festival 2019 over 40 brand new, short plays for stage and radio, will be performed at The Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk showcasing East Anglia’s brightest talent including Scarlett Curtis, Shappi Khorsandi, Greg Mosse and Paul Heiney. During the three days there will also be comedy, performance poetry, art, children’s playwriting, talks and workshops.Saturday … [Read more...] about Have you got tickets to one of the festivals coming to Suffolk this summer?
By Sui-Lee Wee Published 5:16 pm PST, Friday, November 23, 2018 Zhang Zhejun makes his own drugs from ingredients purchased online to give to his mother, who had lung cancer. Zhang Zhejun makes his own drugs from ingredients purchased online to give to his mother, who had lung cancer. Photo: Jonah M. Kessel / New York Times Photo: Jonah M. Kessel / New York Times Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Zhang Zhejun makes his own drugs from ingredients purchased online to give to his mother, who had lung cancer. Zhang Zhejun makes his own drugs from ingredients purchased online to give to his mother, who had lung cancer. Photo: Jonah M. Kessel / New York Times In China, the desperate make medicine at home 1 … [Read more...] about In China, the desperate make medicine at home