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Perhaps using his cooking skills honed as a firefighter — or, more likely, learned at his previous restaurant in Washington, D.C. — Grant Lancaster is serving wings fried to order along with a full array of sides. City Wings is the opposite of a fast-food restaurant, though decor is minimal and the interior brightly lit. No sullen teenagers here! All the offerings except fries, onion rings and fried okra are made in-house, even the sweet potato pie.

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The Michigan Humane Society is constructing a state-of-the-art animal care center in Detroit. The Animal Care Campus is a 34,000-square-foot shelter, and is expected to be completed by early 2016. The larger shelter will allow the Humane Society to grow teaching and training efforts, and will work closely with Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Specializing in breakfast and lunch for white-collar workers who toil in the office buildings along W. Grand Blvd., this neat little place feels like a trendy little art gallery, despite the disposable silverware. The menu is extensive enough to provide variety even if you're a regular. Fried chicken wings with waffles, salmon filet on top of rice or grits, pasta marinara, and more common breakfast fare, including omelets, pancakes, French toast, waffles, steak and eggs. There’s a small parking lot next door where parking is $2 per half hour. No liquor.
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