St. Patrick’s Day is upon us, but it’s much more than being clad in green and emerald colored beer. The Irish holiday is celebrated annually on the death of the foremost patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick.
It’s said that we here in the States go much harder with our celebration than Ireland itself, but while you’re indulging, don’t forget to add the beloved Irish delicacy of corned beef to your menu – something we’ve perfected here in Detroit. Here are a few places where you can grab some of the best corned beef in the city.
Are you a queer woman or lesbian looking for a chill bar night in the city? Check out Herizon: For Girls Who Like Girls, hosted by Briggs Detroit.
Not feeling the bar scene but still want to be around other queer women or lesbians? LGBT Detroit is hosting MoC Lesbians for masculine of center presenting women.
Nothing bonds Detroiters quite like music,
Grab some sushi with the Geisha Girls pop-up at El Salpicon Detroit.
Join the Brightmoor Artisans Collective in their 6-week instructional Brightmoor Artisans Young Sprouts: Cooking Class for Kids.
Learning how to code solo? Join a Code Night at Shift_ Up for a relaxed coding environment!
Detroit Public Schools Community District has moved forward to offer 24 vacant buildings for sale, including the former Cooley and Kettering high schools.
Join the Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber of Commerce at Briggs Detroit for Slam Dunk; the official after party for LGBT Pistons Pride Night.
Dream a dream with the cast of Les Miserables at the Fisher Building.
Celebrate films, music, artist demonstrations, and other works by women at Women’s History Month at the DIA.
A few months ago, the Detroit Police Department came to the City of Detroit’s information technology department with an issue: Current tools are insufficient at analyzing and visualizing crime incidents in technologically-accessible, affordable and meaningful ways for community organizations and citizens.
Join Parlor Cinema in their celebration of Women’s History Month with a free showing of the millennial classic film Mean Girls. Parlor Cinema: Mean Girls is hosted by The Whisky Parlor.
Head over to Avalon International Breads for live music, pizza, and drinks at Tuesday Evenings at Avalon, Audio Birds featuring Sean Blackman.
For the month of February, The Neighborhoods will be exploring “Future History Makers” — Detroit natives who are poised to become the next great figures in black history. See more from The Neighborhoods on Comcast Channel 21 or youtube.com/mydetroitcable.