The Michigan premiere of “Spreading It Around,” a dramatic comedy from the mind of Londos D’Arrigo, opened at Meadow Brook Theatre Saturday night. The play revolves around Angela “Angie” Drayton, a widow living in a contemporary gated community in Florida as she struggles to do the right thing with her money. Throughout the play Angie (played by Mary Robin Roth) grows as a person and deals with many problems, the main one being the issue of inheritance.
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Downtown Rochester’s Restaurant Week concluded March 4, despite construction on Rochester Road and rain at the end of the week.
Main Street in downtown Rochester experienced construction last week. Restricting the flow of southbound traffic to one lane after Albertson Street concluding at University Drive. Consumer’s Energy, a combination utilities company, began construction in order to replace a faulty pipe.
Restaurants in downtown Rochester have once again banded together for Restaurant Week, a celebration of food and community where local eateries offer discounted prices in order to draw new customers and reward returning ones. The week started last Monday and ends this Sunday.
Last December, Oakland University was ranked by stateuniversity.com as the second safest four-year university in Michigan. The rating took into account assault, burglary, rape, arson and vehicle theft. However, there was an aspect of campus safety that wasn’t addressed — emergency medical situations.