Monthly Archives: August 2017

Becoming Macomb County royalty is a crowning achievement

Remember when you were young and dreamed of one day becoming royalty? We’ve been fed a steady cultural diet of princess movies—films that depict princesses dancing through enchanted forests, singing with their animal sidekicks, and falling in love at first … Continue reading

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Experiencing the Bassmaster Elite Series as a marshal

Tomorrow, the Advance Auto Parts 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series fishing tournament is coming to Lake St. Clair. The Bassmaster Elite Series is the highest level of professional bass fishing tournaments. Competitors must qualify for the series through the Bass Pro … Continue reading

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It will be a fishin’ good time at the Bass, Brews & BBQ Festival

The Bass, Brews & BBQ Festival will take place at Lake St. Clair Metropark Aug. 25-27 to coincide with the 2017 Advance Auto Parts Bassmaster Elite Series fishing tournament. This festival offers something for everyone: craft beer Nash FM jock Dave Fuller … Continue reading

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Flash Point: Detroit 1967 exhibit at the Lorenzo Cultural Center until Sept. 30

It’s been 50 years since the Detroit riots, and the Lorenzo Cultural Center is joining other area organizations in commemorating the event through its exhibit Flash Point: Detroit 1967. A display of photographs and poignant quotes from period documents and … Continue reading

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Wine and art this weekend at The Loft

Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not try something nonsensical? The Nonsensical Exhibition at The Loft Fine Art is running Aug. 12 – 26 with an opening reception is tonight. The curated show will feature work from 26 … Continue reading

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Warren Civic Theatre brings Seuss tales to life

Far away, in a land called the Jungle of Nool, a kindhearted elephant stands guard over a miniature city built upon a fleck of dust. So begins Seussical, a show that combines all of your favorite Dr. Seuss tales into … Continue reading

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Armada Fair gets ready to amaze for 145th consecutive year

As far back as I can remember, I’ve been a festival connoisseur. My years of extensive research have led me to conclude that every fair offers something unique. Some are home to nostalgic carnival rides. Others exhibit animals, everything from … Continue reading

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