By NICOLE LOSEK, Arts & Entertainment Editor Detroit origin, Amir Obè, released his debut album None of the Clocks Work,Read more
By NICOLE LOSEK, Arts & Entertainment Editor Saturdays in the fall are not just for college football and tailgates earlyRead more
By NICOLE LOSEK, Arts & Entertainment Editor Over 5,000 people made their way downtown on Saturday to participate in aRead more
On the third floor of our Mardigian Library is the Alfred Berkowitz Gallery. The gallery is open every day except for Sundays.
Now, until October 5, the gallery is hosting its annual Open Competition.
Music for Contemplation is hosting a week-long retreat at St. Mary’s Retreat House in Oxford, Mich. for all music lovers, no experience necessary.Read more
Ford’s Garage, a restaurant featuring burgers and craft beers, zoomed into Dearborn this summer.Read more
1983’s ‘The Big Chill’ probes adult obligations and the need to look back.Read more
The Detroit Institute of Arts brings back the Inside/Out Exhibit this summer for its eight year, with new displays and locations.Read more
The Weather Channel has much more to offer than just forecasts and weather updates.Read more
Martin Scorsese’s latest film, Silence, follows two young Portuguese Jesuit priests who travel to Japan in 1633 to locate their missing mentor, Father Cristóvão Ferreira.Read more