Trevor Staples, Friends of the Ann Arbor Skatepark – A timeline has now been set for the construction of a 30,000sf skatepark at Ann Arbor’s Veterans Memorial Park…
Bob Clark, Four Seasons Sunrooms of Ann Arbor – Adding a sunroom to your home can also add value. Bob Clark tells us what kind of return we can expect.
Myth: Green Beer is Healthy. No matter what color you dye it, beer is beer! In small amounts (1 – 12-ounce serving) beer can actually be heart healthy. Excessive consumption of beer, or any alcohol, can have adverse health effects including elevated triglycerides and liver damage. More St. Patty’s Day myths and facts…
Travel Michigan: David Lorenz, Travel Michigan; Nils Fallack, Travel Marketing Romberg – Reporting from Berlin at the world’s largest travel show, Dave & Nils talk about the worldwide attraction of the Great Lakes states.
March is National Nutrition Month and The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics wants you to “get your plate in shape!” Before you eat, think about what goes on your plate or in your bowl. Foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and lean protein foods contain the nutrients you need without too many calories. Here are some great tips…
Saline Fiddlers: Hometown Show – The hottest ticket in entertainment awaits area music fans this coming weekend with the fastest-flying fingers around.
I’m often asked about the different cuts of oats and if one version is better than another. The Whole Grains Council (wholegrainscouncil.org) provides these definitions for cuts of oats:
Soup is comforting, especially during the winter months—classic chicken soup with vegetables or creamy clam chowder warms the body and feeds the mind. Paired with salad and freshly baked whole grain bread, soup makes a healthy and satisfying meal.
We all know that citrus fruit is an excellent source of vitamin C which helps fight seasonal colds and flu, but citrus fruits also provide other nutrients that prevent chronic disease while promoting beautiful skin and healthy bones. Aim for one citrus fruit serving every day. Get the most nutrition by eating whole fruit, which has more fiber than citrus juices. This week we take a look at what you can do with the delicious Meyer Lemon and Buddha’s Hand.
Jeff Fordice, Director of Saline Public Works – What Ann Arbor Can Learn from Saline’s Embedded Pedestrian Lights at Crosswalk
The Lucy Ann Lance Show
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