2021 February

Road Runner

Parag Bohyar is running the length of every street in Ann Arbor. Bohyar, an ergonomist in the auto...

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Blue Llama Pauses Its Food Services

In the first months of the pandemic, Blue LLama Jazz Club at 314 S. Main turned its kitchen into a pop-up incubator for different types of cuisine. They included Jibarito, with Latin-inspired dishes; Of Rice & Men, which...

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Resident Parking?

Q. On some streets there are signs about a residential parking permit.I am a city resident; do I have to worry about them?A.You do. In several neighborhoods near downtown and campus that face heavy parking pressure, the city has...

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Moe’s Opens

Moe’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill at 711 North University opened in early January for delivery only. It features a menu of bar food that includes burgers, sloppy joes, fried chicken, fish, and fries. Plant-based versions...

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Cosa Sabrosa at the Grotto

Cosa Sabrosa’s colorful food truck has become a familiar sight outside the Zal Gaz Grotto on W. Stadium Blvd., serving tacos and other Mexican fare. Until the weather turned cold last year, diners would pick up their...

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Triple A Farm Stops

Manchester’s food horizons are looking a bit brighter. An indoor farmers market, conceived as a response to the closing of the village’s only grocery store in early 2019, is up and running in a shoebox storefront. By...

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Back to School

The “in-school hybrid learning option” AAPS announced in mid-‘January will offer two days of in-person instruction per week, along with two days of online instruction and one of “asynchronous”...

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More Pressure to Re-open Schools

Supporters of school reopening ramped up pressure on the AAPS in February, with psychologists joining physicians in calling for classes to resume by March 1, as recommended by Governor Whitmer. In January, the district announced...

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