When you think of Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan might first come to mind. But did you know that Ann Arbor is also home to a number of unique cafes, storefronts and art galleries? With a mix of eclectic shopping, world-renowned music venues and more than 200 restaurants, it’s a town that offers something for everyone.
This past Saturday, May 26th, Peter Greenberg put Ann Arbor in the spotlight to explore these unique offerings during his weekly radio show. While broadcasting from the University of Michigan Museum of Art, Peter spoke with local influencers and subject matter experts that helped him answer questions like “How did the town of Ann Arbor gets its start?” and “What on earth is a ‘fairy-door’?”
- Dhani Jones, former University of Michigan football star and current collaborator on the non-profit organization Bow Ties for a Cause
- Tom Murray, owner of Conor O’Neills, Ann Arbor’s “real” Irish Pub
- Jonathan Wright, founder of urban-fairies.com and creator of Ann Arbor’s “fairy-doors”
- Joseph Rosa, director of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Check out a recap at PeterGreenberg.com, or visit iTunes or stitcher.com to download the full show.