Category Archives: culture

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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45 new citizens welcomed into the land of the free, home of the brave

“Take one moment and look around at the people next to you. Notice the incredible diversity in this room. In spite of all our differences, though, we all share one thing in common: Not a single person looked around the … Continue reading

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Music in the Park strikes a chord

Windows rolled down, my friend and I cruise into Dodge Park on a summery Thursday evening, eager to take in a free concert. Right away we hear the music of Journey, played expertly by tribute band Captured Detroit. The sun … Continue reading

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The fleeting magic of a festival

Few of us can forget the scene in The Notebook where Noah, dangling one-handed from a Ferris wheel, asks out Allie for the first time. Neither can we forget the final song in Grease where the Rydell High gang celebrates … Continue reading

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Music to your ears at Freedom Hill this summer!

When I was 11 years old, I became obsessed with a country singer named Sara Evans. Her biggest hit, “Born To Fly,” became the soundtrack to my entire life. I would carry my portable CD player with me everywhere – … Continue reading

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