All posts by Jeff Milo

Jeff covers music for Current, posting weekly show previews and highlighting new bands in the area.

On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow

Have seeds? Bring seeds. Need seeds? Take seeds. Project Grow’s annual Seed Swap brings gardeners together to exchange potential crops and strategies. This regular event is part of Project Grow’s mission to encourage the creation of organic community gardens throughout Ann Arbor. Get a head start on planning for your spring crop and pick the

Summit For Sustainability

For 11 years, the Local Food Summit has brought its message of sustainable, locally grown foods to individuals and organizations of Greater Washtenaw County. The 2020 edition features traditional workshops, networking and more, with a keynote from Leah Penniman, educator, farmer and author of Farming While Black. $15-508am-4pm | Monday, March 9Washtenaw Community College Morris

International Flavor, Local Destination

Sample the often-spicy, always delicious cuisine of Bangladesh during International House Ann Arbor’s next Tastes of the World series. Raju Ahmmed, a Fulbright scholar from Bangladesh, will oversee the cooking of a menu of Bangladeshi favorites, including chicken/beef bhuna and lentil soup, with a dessert of Semai. 6-8pm | Friday, March 27International House Ann Arbor921

Keep Your Edge Sharp

A sharp knife is an essential for cooks. Learn the basics of keeping your home blades razor-sharp and in prime working condition at the workshop, Knife Sharpening Demystified, at the Michigan Folk School. Follow hands-on instructions on the best techniques to sharpen knives and how to apply those lessons to other tools around the house,

Olivia Mainville, as Via Mardot, Channels French Pop In Debut EP

Olivia Mainville doesn’t use the word ‘haunted’ when she describes the night she spent, alone, inside of a spacious, quiet condominium up near Sault St. Marie, but it seems implied. The Grand Rapids-based singer/songwriter has bestowed a temporary lodging for one night in the Upper Peninsula after a performance, but she said that to repel