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Ann Arbor’s Café Felix is practically poetic. The tradition of a European café serving pastries, breads and cakes baked fresh on-site, as well as European wines, beers and liquors. They serve a full breakfast, omelets, crepes, soups, salads and tapas. Every finishing touch within the butter-colored walls is indeed, as the French say, “Au point.”
Downtown Detroit's upscale hideaway on the third floor of 35 West Grandriver. A variety of music, poetry, and artistic vibes, from reggae, hiphop, and house to open mic poetry and many more special events. call 313-963-6034 for more info
Club Evolutions is one of downtown Detroit hottest nightclubs for the grown and sexy. This club is a comfortable lounge that showcase talented entertainers and the staff are hot and sexy too. It's a place that you must visit when you are in Detroit. Enjoy!!
Established on Valentine's Day 1979, the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit is a community based nonprofit organization. CAID fosters and promotes the essential link between contemporary arts and contemporary society through its exhibitions, performances, critical and public discourse, and the funding of contemporary arts and art related activities.
The Detroit Film Center hosts independent film screenings on most Saturday evenings, bringing together the city's most experimental film enthusiasts. Local, national, and international filmmakers are often in attendance, offering an intimate night of audio/visual stimulation with a chance for discussion with the artists.
The DFC has served Southeast Michigan for over 12 years as the areas only non-profit media arts center. In this time, and mostly through the help and assistance of volunteers, the DFC has provided education and resources to thousands of prospective filmmakers and artists and has enriched the community through ongoing screenings of important works of independent film and video.
All ages DIY club. Shows every Friday and Saturday, sometimes on weekdays. No smoking or drinking.
"The Halfway Inn serves as a student cafe during the day and as an all-ages club on weekends. Friday and Saturday shows are the norm, but Sunday shows are not out of the question. All shows end by midnight (university rules), so there's plenty of time to see a show, then go do something else. Shows are booked by the East Quad Music Co-op. Contact email@example.com about setting up a show."
"Live music, DJs, dancing, games, pool, TVs, hockey memorabilia, great food and great people! Please visit HockeytownCafe.com for more info and upcoming events!"
A home of elegant and cozy cigar lounges located in downtown Detroit in historic Harmony Park. Offering a diverse choice of excellent cigars, La Casa's signature is its own house blend masterfully rolled right in front of your eyes by a Cuban cigar roller.
While there, enjoy sounds of live music (Wednesday, Friday & Saturday) over a beverage of your choice in La Casa's cigar-friendly Martini and Scotch bar.
LOGIC, Detroit's latest upstart do-it-yourself artistic endeavor, has a split personality and a sweeping vision. Detroit's LOGIC is a new home for underground culture that spans genres and mediums.
Part performance space, part art gallery, and part digital recording studio,
LOGIC is an opportunity for underground artists of all stripes to make
themselves heard and seen. Local and national hip-hop, electronic, and underground rock artists provide the soundtrack to the art gallery located
in this fourth-story loft located in the heart of downtown Detroit.
"Live blues band every Wednesday, Livingston Countrys Best Dance Club on Thursdays thru Saturdays and Karaoke every Tuesday."
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Showcasing genre-defying music and distinct spaces that have become a haven for creative endeavors that otherwise would not have a home in traditional performance spaces.
When G.G. Allin died in 1993, a lot of people breathed a sigh of relief. As Tesco Vee once said, “This feces-encrusted, jockstrap-wearin’ stinkbag was just gross.” That said, audiences flocked to see Allin’s transgressive, often coprophagic performances, to experience that mixture of fear and awe only the “rock ’n’ roll terrorist” could evoke. Allin has been gone two decades now, but a version of his backing band, the Murder Junkies, still tours, playing the Allin catalog, which includes such colorful ditties as “Anal Cunt” and “Raw, Brutal, Rough and Bloody.” The bill is rounded out with Busby Death Chair, Sons of Strippers, Public Sex and Dolly Rocker Ragdoll.
Fred Thomas of His Name Is Alive loves to fuck with people by taking left turns and throwing musical curveballs at every given opportunity, and a few opportunities that weren’t given at all. Experimental indie pop is the order of the day here, Ann Arbor native Thomas soaking in a ton of Detroit soul and coming out the other side with something that sounds like Mayer Hawthorne fronting Weezer. Kinda. The band has been around since ’99, which seems bizarre, though; they didn’t play any shows until 2002. Now the band is flying, and 2013 sees a new album, One Kiss Ends it All.
If Björk taught us anything, it’s that English-language acts from Iceland are going to be awesome, and Of Monsters and Men follow that train of thought quite nicely. The winners of the 2012 Músíktilraunir (an annual battle of the bands in Iceland), these guys put out their debut album, My Head is an Animal, the following year. Though the guys in the band do sport some tremendous facial hair, they’re exaggerating with the animal reference. This summer, the band will be all over the world hitting the major festivals, so let’s enjoy them while they’re here. The “King and Lionheart” single promises great times ahead.
Detroit artist Graem Whyte’s practice explores the space between architecture and fine art. His work utilizes a wide array of materials and often combines mythology, architecture, Chewbacca, the landscape, and patterns of mathematics and nature with a wry sense of humor.
733 Saint Antoine
Detroit, MI 48226
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