If you’re interested in having a better understanding of how city government works, the Ann Arbor Citizens Academy, founded in 2017 as a sister academy to the successful Ann Arbor Police, Fire and Courts Academy, will present classes once a week for nine weeks beginning January 22. To educate the public on area infrastructure on both a small and large scale, the Academy also aims to inspire members of the community to take a more active role in area government. Applications for the 2020 course are open until December 14. a2gov.org.
Whip Jams provides a space for local artists to talk about what music means to them and to preform live! Check out some of the newest Whip Jams videos and artists.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit every industry, including music. How is music handling such a trying time? Here are some ways the industry has adapted to COVID!
Lily Milo writes what you may call ‘softer’ music, but she can really let loose with her voice. We don’t usually acquaint words like exhilarating with folk music, but to behold the six songs on the Ann Arbor based singer/songwriter’s new EP can sometimes manifest moments of a candle’s delicate flicker going to a bonfire
Michigan’s award-winning addiction care program, Workit Health, announced to expand their virtual services to help fight addiction in four additional states.