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Drag Queen Bingo: Or How Metro Detroit Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Five 15
Thursday, April 28, 2011
It's not a GLBT-friendly community without the drag queens. Though Ferndale is singled out for its pink and lavender street cred, Royal Oak is home to Five 15, a cafe, gift shop, art gallery, and party venue that unabashedly embraces queer culture. And it's found incredible crossover success with its sold-out-weeks-in-advance Drag Queen Bingo.
TICKET GIVEAWAY: Rust Belt to Artist Belt III
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Another week, another give away! Artists, business owners, educators and designers will meet to discuss how post-industrial cities are being shaped by creative projects at this cool event. Sign up for a chance to score an $80 ticket inside.
The Home Court Advantage
Thursday, December 09, 2010
Why go to the hockey rink when you can bring the hockey rink to you? Game Courts of Michigan not only creates courts and rinks for schools, parks and gyms but also for residential backyards. And business is growing!
Concentrate Speaker Series: A Shadow Art Community
Thursday, November 04, 2010
Ypsilanti has developed a rep for being
place for local artists and do-it-yourself creatives. The Shadow Art Fair has played no small part in making this happen.
's Speaker Series has invited the organizers --members of the Michigan Design Militia-- to talk about their experiences and what their success means for our region's future. Sign up now for this November 10th event!
Sacre Bleu, The French Are Here
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Detroit was settled by the French and was once known as the Paris of the Midwest. So perhaps it's fitting that, mainly because of the automotive industry, there now exists a thriving French community in the metro area.
Sharon Kegerreis & Lorri Hathaway
Thursday, September 23, 2010
With wine grape harvest well underway and snow soon to drape Michigan's vineyards, let's hope for a rosť forecast for vintage 2010. Wine writers Lorri Hathaway and Sharon Kegerreis, co-authors of
The History of Michigan Wines
, will cover the state's trial-and-error wine industry and toast its status as a world-class wine and food destination.
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