Who and/or what determines various human thresholds? The Gallery Project aims to break barriers with its latest smart-art installment Mine/Yours, an exhibition that explores social/physical/mental barriers, struggles for power and issues of encroachment. If you are looking for art that stimulates social and political thought, the gallery kicks off the exhibit at noon on Wednesday, February 23. 215 S. 4th Ave. 734-997-7012. www.thegalleryproject.com.
Taking a hit looks like as much a part of the sport as skating is, and the players bounce back into play moments after hitting the ground. “Roller derby is the only place where I see people lay each other out, and then high-five,” Spareparts says.
I’ve been writing for The Current for almost 10 years now…, which is crazy to think about. But I’ve known musician Jeffrey Freer for longer than that, from previous bands as well as some of his solo material. He was an Ypsilanti and an Ann Arbor regular for years, but moved away for a spell.
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Terry Holbrook heads home from downtown Ann Arbor to Dexter after working his shift as a video editor. It’s a winter night. The highway is icy. The car ahead skids, then crashes. Terry, the everyman in author Mark Beyer’s new page-turner crime thriller, Hired Man, pulls over and rushes to the aid of the injured