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.
Platonic soulmates and a pitch-perfect cast By Emily Slomovits When people think of the word “relationship,” they usually think of a romantic one. And indeed, in much of pop culture and entertainment, romantic relationships are given the primary focus and are considered the ones to strive for. But in Welcome to Paradise, The Purple Rose
After lying vacant for years, the site of a former DTE Energy plant at 841 Broadway St. has a new development plan, approved 10-1 by Ann Arbor City Council on July 1. The conceptual plan, designed by Detroit-based Roxbury Group, includes condos, a restaurant, a hotel, commercial space, a canoe/kayak launch, an event pavilion, a
Kristen Roupenian’s You Know You Want This is a collection of short stories that revels in the mystifying aspects of interpersonal relationships without ever feeling the need to justify them.