Whose Line Live at the Macomb Center

Whose Line Is It Anyway? veterans bring an improvised show to the Macomb Center, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group. The two will take suggestions from the audience to perform a show that unfolds in front of your eyes, using the comedic chops they honed from 20-plus years trading barbs with Drew Carey

Fall Saline Craft Fair

Don’t put off your holiday shopping! Instead, head to the Fall Saline Craft Fair where over 250 crafters show off their unique creations. Products and goods all over the Midwest will be on sale, including special homemade fall fashion items. There will also be juried shows to pick the most creative items. This craft show

Remembrance Project hosted at Bookbound

After several years of collaboration between musicians, writers and scholars, The Remembrance Project, a multi-media and literary project celebrating the Big Band Harlem Hellfighters. officially debuts this month with the release of Remembrance, Book One: Arrival. To celebrate the launch, Bookbound Bookstore will host a reading featuring participating writer H. Buchanan and musician and composer

Michigan is Finally Ready to Make Money on Cannabis

Years after voters passed the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act in 2008, the state government finally got around to defining the taxation and regulation aspects of the industry. A bill signed by Governor Snyder will take effect in December. It details the state’s plan to capitalize on what has grown into a $700 million industry. The

The Heidelberg Project Comes to a Close After 20 Years

Artist Tyree Guyton has been creating open air installations on Heidelberg Street in Detroit for 30 years. The Heidelberg Project, an artistic response to blight in his neighborhood, Guyton has amassed colorful collections and repainted homes. Guyton says it is time to evolve and over the next year many installations of the Heidelberg Project will