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Need a tattoo fix? Hamtramck studio has you covered

Need a tattoo fix? Hamtramck studio has you covered

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Why is a tattoo better than money? The answer, according to tattoo artist Timm Nowakowski, is simple: “A good tattoo will get you through bad…

Police seek bank robbery suspect

By Charles Sercombe Call him the casual bank robber. On Wednesday (Jan. 13) at about 11 a.m. a man went into Best Bank inside Glory Foods, walked up to a…

There’s something familiar about Hamtramck’s latest election cycle

By Greg Kowalski What to make of these new immigrants taking over political control of the town? What’s going to happen to the rest of us? Those questions were being…

For the year 2010, there’s plenty of development waiting to take place

For the year 2010, there’s plenty of development waiting to take place

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter With every new year comes a slew of new projects. It’s no different in 2010 – here’s a list of 10 things to look for…

Desi Pizza serves up a taste of the world

Desi Pizza serves up a taste of the world

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Hamtramck just got a little tastier. Last Thursday (Dec. 17) Desi Pizza became the city’s newest restaurant. And with a name that translates to “Country…

Holiday cheer just keeps on spreading …

Holiday cheer just keeps on spreading …

By Charles Sercombe If there was snow on the ground here in Hamtramck and you threw a snowball, chances are no matter where it lands something Christmassy happened there or…

Hamtramck takes part in worldwide vigil

Hamtramck takes part in worldwide vigil

By Charles Sercombe It may not have been the largest vigil Hamtramck has seen, but a gathering last Saturday evening packed a meaningful punch. About 20 people took part of…

Planet Ant’s ‘Hebrew Hammer’ knocks ‘em dead

Planet  Ant’s ‘Hebrew Hammer’ knocks ‘em dead

By Alan Madeleine If you’re a fan of fast-paced fare with a Jewish flair, from Marx Brothers to Mel Brooks comedies on down, you’re the target audience for “The Hebrew…

Hamtramck’s movers and shakers …

Hamtramck’s movers and shakers …

By Ian Perrotta Who is he? Aaron Kochut, 19, grew up on the southend of Hamtramck on Wyandotte St., and has lived here his whole life. This artistic Polish-and-Ukrainian-American loves…

‘Winter Glow’ ushers in the

‘Winter Glow’ ushers in the

The good times and good vibes were definitely in the air during last Saturday’s annual Winter Glow. This year the Glow had a new home. The public schools’ Recreation Department…