A Bloomfield Township homeowner discovered his lawnmower was stolen from his garage sometime between Monday, October 23 and Friday, October 27. The resident, who lives in the 100 block of Eileen, told police that his EGO lawnmower was stolen during the last week of October from his garage. He stated that he had left his garage door open numerous times during that period, and discovered his mower had been stolen. Bloomfield Township police are investigating.
The Buxton Company of Ft. Worth, Texas, was hired after a unanimous vote by the Birmingham Shopping District (BSD) board at its monthly meeting on Thursday, November 2, to handle tenant recruitment for the downtown retail district. Julie Fielder, an independent leasing agent who was a former retail leasing agent with The Taubman Company, had worked with the BSD as a retail leasing consultant since March 2009 until October 31, after tendering her resignation. The BSD sent out
Birmingham city commissioners at their meeting on Monday, October 30, denied a request by an art show promoter who wanted to hold an art show in Shain Park in August the weekend after Dream Cruise, noting there are already two art shows each season with a long community history as well as recognizing the stress on local retailers from the events. Hotworks, LLC Fine Arts & Fine Crafts Shows sought to hold Hotworks Birmingham Fine Art Show in Shain Park August 24-26, 2018, whic
Award-winning journalist and author Susan Whitall will give a lecture, titled “Art and Activism: Music,” on Thursday, November 9, at 7 p.m at the Baldwin Public Library, jointly sponsored by the Birmingham Musem and the Baldwin Public Library. Whitall is an award-winning jouralist and author who was editor of the iconic Birmingham-based rock magazine CREEM in the 1970s, as well as a Detroit News journalist for three decades. She is the author of Fever, a biogaphy of Little Wi
The weather is cooperating, becoming holiday chilly, just in time for families to submit an entry for the 2017 Birmingham Santa Contest to win an opportunity to help Santa Claus light up Birmingham’s beautiful tree in Shain Park on Friday, December 1. The Birmingham Shopping District (BSD) is inviting families to submit their entry for this treasured annual tradition. The 2017 Birmingham Santa Contest gives local families a special chance to help Santa light up the special ho