Arts & Culture

Local plays for every Valentine’s Day

Love, Loss, and Everything Inbetween

True Life Reads for February

My Non-Fiction Valentine

Penny Stamps Speakers You Need to See

An Ode to the Penny Stamps Series Winter Lectures and More

Our Predictions for Super Bowl Commercials Featuring Donald Trump

Few American institutions embody Donald Trump’s vision of American consumerism and sanctioned violence more than the Super Bowl (6:30 p.m. ET). Even though it’s being played in Houston, a city that likely resettles the most refugees in the country, the game, itself broadcast on Fox, not only features millionaires injuring each other’s brains, a massive, just

Notable

Local plays for every Valentine’s Day

Love, Loss, and Everything Inbetween

Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw

This month at the Michigan Theatre

Meet and Greets, Burlesque and Knit-A-Longs – January Arts Events

This month’s arts & culture events around town

The Wayne County Lightfest

The Wayne County Lightfest, the Midwest’s largest and longest light show, is back and better than ever! Come and enjoy four miles of colorful, animated holiday lights, with over 47 plus Christmas displays as you cruise along Hines Park Drive. 7651 Merriman Road | Monday–Thursday | 7pm-10pm  Friday – Sunday | 6pm – 10pm |

Midnight Madness on Main Street

Come and shop until you drop at Midnight Madness on Main Street on Friday, December 3, 2016. All of the stores will be open late with fantastic holiday gifts priced just right! There will be food and lots of entertainment to get you in the Christmas spirit and if that doesn’t do the trick, guess

Film

Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw

This month at the Michigan Theatre

Local Filmmaker and Yoga Teacher Scott Carter Screens the documentary ONE: The Movie

If you ever decide to film an interview with a world-renowned religious scholar, you might want to know how to operate a camera first. That advice comes from Scott Carter, who learned the hard way when he began a documentary project with his friends Ward M. Powers and Chad Muncie. “We’d get together once a