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Wondering what to do with your day off this upcoming Memorial Day weekend? You’re in luck, Detroiters; there are plenty of fun things to do and lively places to hang out at in the Motor City. Kick off your summer in The D with a bike ride, trip to the waterpark, or, if you’re feeling ambitious, create your own adventure with this sampling of Memorial Day must-do’s:


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I’ve been scrambling this week to assemble three Easter baskets, complete with chocolate bunnies, Peeps, jelly beans, nail polish, flip flops, squirt guns and Starbucks gift cards. The contents don’t seem to vary much year-to-year, but some holiday traditions bear repeating! Here are some ideas for other Easter traditions in Detroit:


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The brand-new issue of Visit Detroit magazine, covering content from April-September 2015, highlights all things green and pet-friendly. You’ll read about the acres of gardens popping up in the community fueling the green movement in Detroit. The mag also features the city’s pet perks. From hotel stays to gourmet grub for your pooch, Detroit offers exceptional canine accommodations. Grab the leash and get ready to take your dog to The D!


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With temperatures finally above freezing and the last bits of snow melting, it’s time to starting thinking spring. Here are five ways you can get a jump-start on the season.


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St. Patrick’s Day is a big deal in Detroit. We may not have a green river, but we know what we’re doing when it comes to throwing a festive party. There are enough parades and places to get green gear here to make you feel as good as a pot o’ gold. Whether you’re with friends, pets, or your little leprechauns, Visit Detroit has you covered with seven tips for increasing your luck this St. Paddy’s Day.


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