Ann Arbor Observer Blogs:
A2 Menu -
The Observer's food blog
Food reviews and news from the Ann Arbor Observer and blogger Mae Sander
Everyone's a Critic -
The Observer's culture blog
Criticism, commentary, and random murmurs.
Young Local Writers -
Essays from 826michigan
Personal essays by students ages 9-15 from 826michigan
Other A2 Blogs:
Ann Arbor Gardener -
Botanizing with Guerin Wilkinson
Deeply knowledgeably, bracingly curmudgeonly. "What gives with all the dawn-redwoods in town" Wilkinson asks, "when you can do perfectly well with a nice native (to the U.S. at least) bald-cypress? "
Ann Arbor Nights -
Mark Bialek, illuminated
Mark takes many of the photos of people and places in the Ann Arbor Observer, but this blog focuses on another specialty: arty scenes shot after dark.
Humans of Ann Arbor -
Street portraits on Facebook
A generous local take on the NYC-originated phenomenon.
Scene in America -
Michael Sola's e-zine
You'll see many of Michael Sola's photos on arborview. Here's his own much expanded and extended collection.
Starlings are People, Too -
"Why are birds people," Diane Hein-Beutel asks. Why are people, people?" she replies.
What to Do with Kids -
Manchester principal Kevin Mowrer shares his tips on everything from TV to the Toledo Zoo.
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Eugene O'Neill's Hairy Ape
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