All posts by Grace Jensen

Sarah McLachlan Performs in Rochester Hills

Canadian Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, best known for emotionally-charged anthems such as “Adia”, “Angel”, and “Building a Mystery,” will bring her soulful sound to Rochester Hills, with accompaniment from the local Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. McLachlan’s 2014 album, Shine On, inspired by the death of her father, hit No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard

Ann Arbor Farmers Market 100th Birthday Bash

The Ann Arbor Farmers Market is celebrating its centennial this year! To mark the anniversary, they are going all out with a birthday bash. The usual Saturday market will be amped up with live music, an Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra instrument “petting zoo” for the kids (where they can try their hand at all different

The One University Campaign

Advocating for parity between U-M’s Ann Arbor, Flint, and Dearborn campuses By Kiran Hoeffner-shah and Grace Jensen Nicole Bonomini did not even consider applying to the University of Michigan Ann Arbor; she knew the cost of tuition would be prohibitive. Instead, following a friend’s recommendation, she applied to the Dearborn campus, and has found it

Hopcat Ann Arbor Beer Dinner with Bell’s Brewery

Join Hopcat Ann Arbor for a four-course vegetarian dinner paired with carefully-chosen beers from Michigan’s own Bell’s Brewery. The menu includes pretzels with dips, roasted cauliflower soup, spinach and avocado enchiladas, and vegan cookie dough ice cream. Hopcat has been ranked as one of the top bars in the world for quality beer selection. Perfect

Ann Arbor Blues Festival

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Ann Arbor Blues Festival will “Make Ann Arbor Gyrate Again.” Regarded as the first “electric” blues festival in North America, the Blues Fest has brought together iconic musicians, from the likes of Miles Davis and Etta James, since 1969. This year’s three-day lineup features slightly lesser-known but still well-loved local

Update on Riverfront DTE Energy Site

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