A selection of finished clay crosses hang on a Renaissance costume made by Prop Mistress Linda Monks for her daughter to wear in an upcoming high school production of Cinderella. Learn how to make the glitzy piece yourself with step by step instructions.
Scenes that caught the eye of Detroit News photographers
Tiger fan Michelle Dvorak brings out the claws as fans cheer at the end of the Detroit Tigers’ 8-3 win over the New York Yankees on Opening Day at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on April 5, 2013. The game notched the 113th home opener in Tigers history.
A few of the 900 Easter bunnies produced at “Chocolates by Renee” decorate the shop’s front window in downtown Northville, Michigan on March 25, 2013. By Good Friday, staffers at the small chocolatier will have crafted over 1,000 bunnies, some made from molds which date to the 1880s. The rabbits come in milk, dark and … Continue Reading →
A small dot of mild detergent daubed on this portrait of Sarah Grimley Eastgate reveals a strong layer of grime and soot dulling the true colors of the piece beneath. Believed to be painted by Eastgate’s daughter Cordelia Schultz around the 1840s, the work, a family heirloom belonging to Hillsdale’s Patrick Knight, was recently examined … Continue Reading →
A decorated 1926 Ford Model T casts a Christmasy glow in the night as it shines brightly for drivers along North Territorial Road in Webster Township, Michigan.
Statues loom under cloudy skies at St. Louis Cemetery #3 in New Orleans in this Hipstamatic image.
For me, one of the most magical events of the holiday season is the annual window unveiling at Carriage House Designs– a spectacular shop in downtown Howell, Michigan. This year’s circus-themed event featured carnival funhouse lights, sweet treats, mini clowns, party hats, painted ladies and, of course, an entire store stocked with delightful gifts. … Continue Reading →