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Looking for unique accessories for your next tea party? Fun Stuff gift shop in Birmingham offers tea towels, cups, trays, and napkins for tea time as well as colorful, beaded necklaces, earrings and bracelets to accent your party attire.
Billhighway Welcomes Friends of Birmingham Historical Museum & Park as New Client: Billhighway, foremost provider of cloud-based financial management solutions for nonprofits, is proud to welcome the Friends of the Birmingham Historical Museum & Park as a new client.
The crowd of roughly 2,300 - who each received a copy of the book of essays the students wrote - cheered as the students were introduced with the developer of major skyscrapers and star of the 'Apprentice' television show.
Organizers of the Gran Fondo, undeterred by skeptics and impending road work, say the event will go on June 30 with a revamped bike rally format.
Birmingham resident Michael Kopmeyer loves having the ability to comfortably walk along many of downtown streets, neighborhoods, and business districts that to him, help comprise a true community.
ACO Home, Garden & Hardware will close 14 stores across Michigan, including the one at 619 S. Adams in Birmingham .
Artist Syntex created this aerosol work, mounted on the construction wall in front of Toast Birmingham.
Eddie Merlot's , a Midwest chain of high-end steak houses, recently opened its doors near the Birmingham and Bloomfield Township border, and left a favorable impression with Birmingham Patch readers and area residents.
The Birmingham Patch directory is filled with objective information about hundreds of local businesses, but there's also room for you to tell your neighbors - and the businesses - what you think about their services and products.
Officers with the Birmingham Police Department stopped several motorists on suspicion of operating while under the influence or being in a vehicle in the presence of illegal drugs over the past week.
Hundreds of Birmingham-area residents honored and represented the community as well as local veterans during the Celebrate Birmingham Parade downtown on Sunday.
One Berkley business owner is bringing to life the old adage "one man's trash is another man's treasure." Becky Jaglois transforms distressed high-end furniture into custom pieces through various painting and papering techniques at Rediscovered Furniture, which she opened in February at 3125 W. 12 Mile Road.
A three-day charrette to help design a new master plan for Woodward Avenue kicked off Monday in downtown Birmingham with a spirited discussion on what would make for a better corridor.