Currently working on a second album, the band focuses on telling stories about growing up and looking for, and finding, hope in unlikely places. Opening acts include Valley Girl, Vandalay & Inner Circle Avenue.
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival presents “At the Illusionist’s Table,” a candle-lit three-course meal hosted by world-renowned Scottish mentalist and storyteller Scott Silven.
As part of its series of free beer tastings, Blue Front Ann Arbor (at the intersection of Packard and State) offers samples from New Holland Brewery based in Holland MI.
Typically, the word “standard” connotes one of two things—either “nothing extraordinary, just kind of standard” or raising the bar, like “setting a new standard.” Clearly, the recently opened Standard Bistro & Larder in Ann Arbor conjures up the latter.
Angelo Parra’s hit 2001 Off-Broadway musical premieres in Michigan. Set on the evening of her death in 1937, Bessie Smith holds court in a gin joint as she muses about her life and career as a cultural icon in a deeply segregated society.
Over the twenty years I’ve lived in this community— exploring the rest of Washtenaw County— Raja Rani has undergone a number of iterations. Still, I’ve always viewed the old white house fondly whenever I’ve driven past, seeing it as my transition to the bustling activity of downtown.