Tag Archives: Arts & Culture

The Ann Arbor Minecraft Map is Back

The Ann Arbor Minecraft map has returned, just in time for players who are missing the downtown area! The Ann Arbor map was taken down for a few years but now is making its epic return for players to enjoy. The giant Minecraft map is a flat map of the Ann Arbor area, allowing players to build

Local Podcasts To Make Social Distancing More Entertaining

Podcasting has had its popularity on the rise for quite some time now. It seems more often, people are starting their own podcasts and talk about some of the most interesting things. With everyone looking for the newest trends and local hot spots, it’s no wonder that Washtenaw County has some of the best podcast

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,

2020 Whiskey and Wings Bar Crawl

Ahh, whiskey and wings. Two great things that go great together. Join Crawl with Us for a one-of-a-kind evening as part of the 2020 Whiskey and Wings Bar Crawl. Meet up at Bar Louie and spend the next six hours heading to six different bars offering food and drink specials. Wrap up the evening at

Entropy comes to TEDxUofM

TED conference lectures have inspired and educated millions of viewers all over the world. TEDxUofM has worked to bring speakers to area audiences, capturing the feeling of those famous talks since 2014. This year’s event, Entropy, features speakers including Jason Mars, co-founder of AI company Clinc; Devin Lytle, producer for website BuzzFeed; Sean Ahlquist, UM

Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival February 29, 2020

The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum estimates that roughly 6,000 ships have been lost among the five Great Lakes, costing 30,000 people their lives. If you’re interested in learning more about the history and human stories behind those numbers, consider attending the Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival. Featuring presentations from a variety of speakers on a number