Category Archives: ann arbor

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Tempeh @ Sava’s in Ann Arbor

Are you ready to hear the most beautiful sequence of four words in the English language? Yes? Okay! They are Internet Cat Video Festival. At the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis cat video fans come together to turn this beautifully introverted

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Tempeh @ Sava’s in Ann Arbor

Are you ready to hear the most beautiful sequence of four words in the English language? Yes? Okay! They are Internet Cat Video Festival. At the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis cat video fans come together to turn this beautifully introverted

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Cute Sushi // No Good Sushi

If you ever get the chance to order sushi with strawberries on top at Totoro in Ann Arbor, I recommend you pass on this opportunity. These flavors are not friends. On this particular dish they don’t even have a mutual

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Cute Sushi // No Good Sushi

If you ever get the chance to order sushi with strawberries on top at Totoro in Ann Arbor, I recommend you pass on this opportunity. These flavors are not friends. On this particular dish they don’t even have a mutual

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Real Talk // Over Juice

I’ve noticed a serious flaw in the way my generation communicates. ┬á‘What’s up’ is not a real question anymore and is more often than not followed by ‘not much’. It’s a thoughtless, redundant greeting. We’ve already exchanged hellos. Shall we

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Real Talk // Over Juice

I’ve noticed a serious flaw in the way my generation communicates. ┬á‘What’s up’ is not a real question anymore and is more often than not followed by ‘not much’. It’s a thoughtless, redundant greeting. We’ve already exchanged hellos. Shall we

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Blue Nile Ethiopian Cuisine

Blue Nile in Ann Arbor is sooo dankity dank dank. I had the pleasure of eating there with my mom, sister Shannon, Aunt Susan, and Aunt Dawn. I don’t see my extended family very often and when I do it’s

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Blue Nile Ethiopian Cuisine

Blue Nile in Ann Arbor is sooo dankity dank dank. I had the pleasure of eating there with my mom, sister Shannon, Aunt Susan, and Aunt Dawn. I don’t see my extended family very often and when I do it’s