Add a little bit of sweet goodness to all your baked goods for top-notch flavor and form. Pick up your staples at Culinary Secrets.
Maximize your evening time by relying on the amazing TV dinners available here.
Feeling hungry? Your favorite healthy and light snacks are waiting for you at Culinary Secrets.
Don't get enough dairy in your diet? Dairy products from this store are sure to deliver all the nutrients you need.
Take a dive and swim away with some succulent fish. It's a great source of protein for your next meal!
Stop eating out when you can eat in with any of the frozen food meals offered here.
Culinary Secrets makes it easy to quench your thirst by stocking water for whenever you need it.
When all you want to do is take a can off the shelf, open the lid, and heat it up, Culinary Secrets lets you enjoy dinner faster with its amazing selection of canned foods.
Whether you're a double shot of espresso or a jasmine tea, this place has you covered.
Don't settle for bland food. Pick up some spices and seasonings from here and make your next meal a hit.
Pick up a loaf of bread from Culinary Secrets and get creative with your breakfast, lunch and dinner meal planning.
Health nuts will go crazy for the refreshing beverages available here, a great way to stay happy and hydrated.
Here you can find a large number of high-quality staples, such as tasty and healthy oil and vinegar options.
Not everyone has time for pancakes in the morning. Get going with a tasty box of cereal the whole family will enjoy.
Health-conscious eaters will love cooking with the fresh produce available here.
Find quality, tasty, and affordable meats here and leave with enough meat for the whole week.
Get your noodle on! Culinary Secrets has some of the best and affordable noodle and pasta options in the area.
Culinary Secrets is located in close proximity to available parking in the surrounding area.
A glittering, two-story marquee and Spanish-style terra-cotta façade extols the Michigan Theater of Jackson's 82-year history to anyone who passes. Established in 1930, the theater originally presented movies and vaudeville shows to the public, who viewed the spectacles from the lower level or balcony seated between gilded columns under an ornate, plaster ceiling. Though the entertainment industry continued to evolve, The Michigan Theatre retained much of its lavish, vintage charm—including rich, damask draperies, stained-glass light fixtures, and WWII-era Pacman machines—until it closed down in 1978. The historical theater was acquired in 1993 by a not-for-profit organization, which reopened the theater's doors and restored the building to its current state.
Today, the entertainment hub hosts classic and art-house films as well as live theater and concerts. In the first-floor lobby, an old-fashioned candy counter sells sweets and popcorn to make sure audiences have something to throw at the screen during midnight screenings of Chinatown.
The youthful romanticism of Juliet. The raging jealousies of Othello. Richard III's outsized villainy. All are found in the pages of Shakespeare's works, and all are brought to vibrant new life at the Michigan Shakespeare Festival, the official Shakespeare festival of the state. With characters so rich, it's not surprising that the company exclusively staged the Bard's works for 19 years. But, recognizing that Shakespeare's reach extended far beyond the end of his own quill, the Festival now showcases one piece from an additional playwright each season. But whether the curtain opens on a comedy or a tragedy, a dramatic history or a tender romance, the organization aims to move audiences with timeless stories.
In 1997, Kip and Dennise Barber sold their suburban home. But it wasn't because they were downsizing or moving to the city. Instead, they used the money to purchase a large, wooded plot of land in Grass Lake, which they cleared and planted with rows of grapevines. And thus, Lone Oak Vineyard Estate was born. Over the years, the couple worked to add more and more varietals to the vineyard, and today, their estate is home to 12 types of grapes spanning 25 acres. Handpicked at the peak of ripeness, each of the European grapes is transformed into estate wines, such as dry reds, semidry whites, and utterly sarcastic dessert wines.
You're locked deep in the cargo hold of a pirate ship. The timer, which started at 60 minutes, seems to be counting down faster and faster. If it reaches zero before you're able to find the ship's hidden treasure, Captain Calico Jack—an innocent man—will be tried and hung. Those are the stakes at EpIQ Escapes, an interactive game that forces up to eight individuals to come together as a team, solve clues, and try get everyone out of the room safely. Groups can employ all the powers of logic they can muster, but use of cell phones to research clues or decipher pirate-speak is strictly prohibited.
Encompassing an Environmental Education Center and roughly 300 acres of lush gardens, forests, marshes, and other terrain, the Dahlem Conservancy is one of the largest classrooms around. The nonprofit organization welcomes visitors of all ages to explore this wild and vibrant landscape through year-round, hands-on programs that range from children's summer adventure day camps to gardening and beekeeping lessons. The protected area also features unusual outdoor learning areas and 5 miles of hiking trails, while the center contains live animal exhibits and a nature gift shop.