Sunday, April 14, 2013
St. Clair Shores City Council will consider items including site plans for a Subway at 11 Mile and Harper, with a Biggby next door. Council will also consider a recommendation from the Ethics Sub Committee.
St. Clair Shores City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in City Hall. Among the items council will consider are:
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Mike's on the Water and Brownie's on the Lake will be reopening for the season Thursday.
It is another sign of spring in St. Clair Shores - the reopening of restaurants along the Nautical Mile for the coming boating season. Mike's on the Water is scheduled to open Thursday and will feature new items including white fish dip, spinach chicken salad with all-natural chicken and mahi Reuben on marble rye according to the restaurant's Facebook page. Just down the avenue, Brownie's on the Lake will also be reopening for the season Thursday and will be featuring a new oyster bar, according the restaurant's Facebook page. While two of the existing restaurants plan to open for this summer, one restaurant on the drawing board recently received approval for a liquor license. Buffalo Wild Wings, which is proposed for Harper north of 9 …
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Organizers canceled the Nautical Mile Pond Hockey Winter Classic Tuesday after the recent stretch of warm weather caused the melt nearly all of the ice in the canal where the tournament was to be held.
Mother Nature's lack of cooperation in providing a consistent, cold winter has once again forced organizers to cancel the Nautical Mile Pond Hockey Winter Classic. Just two weeks ago organizers were optimistic the three-day event could be held on the canals next to Brownie's on the Lake in St. Clair Shores. But the near-record temperatures this past weekend, and heavy rains, caused the nearly three-inches of ice in the canal to melt away. Instead of a sheet of ice, now open water can be found in the area where the rinks were to be located. "It is with great disappointment that we met this morning and reluctantly have opted to forgo this year’s pond hockey tournament," Gina Rheaume, St. Clair Shores Parks and Recreation sports manager wrote…
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Organizers of the Nautical Mile Pond Hockey Winter Classic in St. Clair Shores continue to plan for the tournament, seek volunteers and work with local organizations for the outdoor event.
While Mother Nature may get a penalty for unseasonable weather, organizers of the Nautical Mile Pond Hockey Winter Classic are moving forward with plans for the Jan. 25-27 event. Volunteers are still being recruited, partnerships are being forged and details are being finalized for what organizers hope becomes a county-wide winter event. "The goal is to have this be an annual event that’s going to turn into a winter carnival for Macomb County," said Andrew DenBaas, of the St. Clair Shores Hockey Association, which is helping organize the event. "The hockey part is a starter. If we all work on this, we can have something in the winter we can all hang our hat on that is a Macomb County event we have here in St. Clair Shores." The inaugural …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Organizers are planning to hold the tournament Jan. 25-27 on the canals next to Brownie's on the Lake in St. Clair Shores.
The recent sub-freezing temperatures may have put a chill on many outdoor events, but has organizers of the Nautical Mile Pond Hockey Winter Classic warming up plans for a weekend of games, activities and civic pride in St. Clair Shores. Organizers decided Thursday to move forward with the outdoor hockey tournament after temperatures recently dropped enough to cause the canals next to Brownie's on the Lake to freeze. Additionally, the seven-day forecast includes nighttime temperatures dropping below freezing. "We are a go," said Shawn Nicholson, vice-president of the St. Clair Shores Hockey Association and one of the organizers of the event. "I am a lot more confident now than I was two weeks ago." The inaugural tournament had been planned…
Friday, December 28, 2012
Brownie's on the Lake is hosting the 4th Annual St. Clair Shores High School Annual Holiday Blow Out Saturday with music from a number of bands.
Sunday, June 3, 2012
The second Nautical Mile Restaurant Week is underway and Patch is featuring a different menu daily.
The second Nautical Mile Restaurant Week runs through Sunday, June 10 and features special three-course lunch and dinner menus for $20 per person. Beverages, gratuity, and taxes are not included in the special price. The menu for Brownie's on the Lake includes: Choice of one appetizer Choice of one entree Choice of one dessert
Friday, May 25, 2012
The Memorial Day holiday features a number of events throughout the city and on the Nautical Mile.
The summer party season kicks off this weekend with events along the Nautical Mile for a variety of musical tastes. Brownie's on the Lake Beach Grill The Beach Grill kicks holds its annual Summer Launch Party Sunday with three parties at the Beach Grill in the Aqua Bar room, the 5,000 square foot deck and the covered patio outdoor smokers area. Music on the deck will be spun by DJ Yacht, DJ Godfather, DJ Maz, DJ Rob-Play NYC and Tone. DJ John Larson, DJ Simon Matty and DJ Marky G can be found in the Aqua Bar and the sounds of Caribbean can be heard on the patio. Mike's on the Water
Rocker Eddie Money was a guest Friday on Frank Beckmann radio show on WJR-AM at Brownie's on the Lake.
Before rocker Eddie Money played DTE Music Theater Friday night, he played a smaller venue at Brownie's on the Lake. Money was a guest of Frank Beckmann on his WJR-AM radio show. He performed two songs and spoke with Patch about his love of Detroit.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Radio host Frank Beckmann will bring his WJR radio show and rocker Eddie Money to Brownie's on the Lake Friday morning. Before the Memorial Day Parade, Mayor Kip Walby is scheduled to be interviewed live on Fox 2 Sunday morning.
Frank Beckmann is taking his popular WJR radio show on the road Friday and will broadcast live from 9 a.m. to noon at Brownie's on the Lake. A variety of guests from St. Clair Shores, Macomb County and beyond will be interviewed at the restaurant and on the phone. Scheduled guests include: The broadcast is open to the public, and Brownie's will be offering a complimentary buffet. On Sunday, Mayor Kip Walby will be interviewed live by Fox 2 meteorologist Rich Luterman outside Veterans Memorial Park. The interview will be broadcast at approximately 9:45 a.m. on Fox 2. Luterman will also be the special celebrity guest for the 60th Memorial Day Parade.