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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Deaths in the Crosswalks
Despite a decade of efforts, the number of pedestrians injured and killed locally is climbing.
Gear for All
The AADL's "Tools" collection provides local musicians with gear, training, and inspiration.
Running through Allen
Building relationships while burning calories
|Welcome To The Ann Arbor Skatepark, by David Swain|
A clickable, zoomable map
|Nightspots: Ypsi Alehouse|
The Bach Children's Festival
Simple and fun
Restaurants with prices Under $10
A clickable zoomable map
Pedicabs and Pedal Trolleys
Pedaling around downtown and beyond
Two West Stadium Closings
Advantage sports and King's Chosen are out of retail, but not out of business.