Classes, exhibits and great performances offered by U-M during virus hiatus

Hear distinguished speakers, explore exhibits, hear beautiful musical performances and take courses, all without leaving your home. The University of Michigan is offering a cornucopia of learning opportunities to students, faculty and the general public via online resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only are the University’s libraries, museums and performance organizations working to add

Virtual Experience: Live @ the 415 with Kerrytown Concert House

On Saturday, March 21, the Kerrytown Concert House began a new series of online events for music lovers stuck at home to enjoy over the next few weeks with Live @ the 415. Held at “Ann Arbor’s Listening Room” at 415 N. Fourth Ave., the new live streaming concert series will feature acclaimed musical acts,

A Night (Or Day) Of Musical Classics

Singers from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance will enthrall audiences with a variety of show tune classics as part of The Best of Broadway, hosted by the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra. Hear selections from Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story along with

From County Commission to Cannabis: Huron View Owner Christina Montague

Meet retired public school social worker and former Washtenaw County Commissioner board chair, Christina Montague, is the sole owner and operator of Huron View Provisioning Center, which she formed in 2017. Her daughter Teesha, who has a business management degree from Eastern Michigan University, serves as the operation manager. Montague is one of two known

The Sound of Silents Returns

This past October, 8 Ball Movie Night hosted a screening of classic silent films accompanied by live bands providing original scores. The event was such a hit that Silent Screams II won’t wait until next Halloween, instead taking place this month. Featuring Timesnake scoring Die Nibelungen, B-Knox scoring Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and You