For this month’s beer dinner, Hop Cat teams up with new-to-Michigan Revolution Brewing Company to offer a “welcoming beer” followed by a four-course meal, each course paired with a different brew. Courses include an appetizer of pan-fried pumpkin fritters matched with Fistmas American Red Ale with Ginger Root and Orange Peel; a citrus kale salad paired with Amarillo Hero, a single-hopped IPA with amarillo hops; bourbon-braised short ribs with Deth’s Tar Oatmeal Stout; and a coffee creme brulee dessert paired with Coffee Eugene, an American Porter with Dark Matter Coffee.
Since devising a makeshift screen out of a sheet while using a primitive light source to project a John Waters film, humans have gathered together at the temple of schlock to view outrageous movies. In furtherance of that practice, for the past year and a half, the Burnout Society Film Club has indulged in double
Simply, solid and everything you need For almost fifty years, The Old Town Tavern has been the quiet neighbor on West Liberty. Previously adjacent was Mr. Flood’s Party, which occupied the place next door before the West End Grill moved in, almost three decades ago. Before that, the storefronts on Liberty near Ashley were a
YpsiWrites for all Whether it’s a quick email, a snarky tweet, or that research paper you’re dreading, writing is a part of our everyday lives. ‘We are all writers’ is the message of the YpsiWrites program, which recently began at all Ypsilanti District Library branches. YpsiWrites theme, “Everyone’s a Writer,” is a motto prompted by
New album captures the permanence of memories When I talk to Judy Banker about her new album, Buffalo Motel, I can’t avoid my first question being about one particular song, “Haggerty.” I can’t wait for you to hear it in a live setting at The Ark on January 9. Even with headphones, a potent poignancy