All posts by Erin Holden

Kikagaku Moyo at The Blind Pig

Check out the feel-good sounds of Tokyo band Kikagaku Moyo at The Blind Pig, where you’ll hear upbeat, psychedelic, 60s-inspired tunes like “Smoke and Mirrors” and songs to mellow out to, like the relaxing acoustic sounds of “Cardigan Song.” Whatever the band ends up playing from their extensive catalogue, they always put on an unforgettable

Las Cafeteras Plays The Michigan Theater

Mexican American L.A. band Las Cafeteras brings their fusion of punk, hip hop, cumbia, and other musical influences to the Michigan Theater. Known for their blend of genres and mixing English and Spanish lyrics, Las Cafeteras brings a fresh take on traditional classics like “La Bamba Rebelde” while offering up an East L.A. infused sound

Winter Jam Spectacular

Get ready for the huge annual Christian music tour, Winter Jam Tour Spectacular. The 2019 line-up includes Newsboys United, Danny Gokey, Mandisa, Rend Collective, Ledger, and many other performers of Christian pop, rock, gospel, and soul. There’s a little something for everyone at this event with 13 different bands and vocalists. $15 donation at door

Learn Homesteading at Washtenaw Community College

There are many facets of sustainable living and Homesteading 101 covers a wide range of interests. Topics include gardening, keeping chickens, canning, crafting, harvesting, cooking, and even learning how to make your own makeup. Whether you live in the country or the city, you won’t want to miss this eclectic presentation if you’ve ever considered

Date Night at One Bowl Asian Cuisine

Nominated as the number one Asian restaurant in Michigan in past years, One Bowl Asian Cuisine is known for their delicious pho and Instagram-worthy setting. Now they are offering a special Valentine’s Day meal for couples. The menu will be announced closer to the night of the dinner. $49 per couple | 11am Thursday, February

“Buy Some Chocolate, Get Some Weed” at Smoke’s Chocolate

Smoke’s Chocolate, a new shop that opened in December, coinciding with the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan, is a chocolate shop owned by 30-year-old Washtenaw Community College student Marc Bernard. His offer? “Buy some chocolate, get some weed,” the slogan of Smoke’s Chocolate, which Bernard operates out of his apartment. Customers spend $10-$15 for