NGO is a non-traditional music orchestra, directed by Tatsuya Nakatani, an acoustic sound artist and percussionist.
Including Guy, Dru Hill & 112, live.
The event, which features the theme “A Midwinter Night’s Dream,” will include a night of live music, great food, cocktails, and even a candy “bar” to top off the evening. Last year’s Kidney Ball raised over $600,000 for the NKFM’s many programs that help the more than 900,000 Michigan residents living with chronic kidney disease, and the many more at risk.
Author and collumnist Mitch Albom will sign copies of his new book, The First Phone Call From Heaven. This will be the first public opportunity for guests to receive a signed copy of Albom’s new novel. Below is the release for more information.
Smith’s photographs of architectural space and landscape present the viewer with an empty, haunting expanse. The often blurry, off-kilter quality adds a mysterious tone, but the familiarity of subject matter and large scale provide a point of entry.
First arrangement focuses on one distinct subject: trees. The grouping represents traditional photography, showing the artists' use of the medium in a straightforward way.The second presents photographs that have been uniquely manipulated by each artist, using aspects of the photographic process to create individual statements.
With The Paper Sound, The Walking beat and At Willoughby.
With Le Voyage, Characteristics and Petals of Power. Citizen Smile are an indie pop rock band formed by childhood friends, James Brown and Kory Kopchick. The band draws influence from groups such as Wilco, Nada Surf and Weezer.
Touring her acclaimed album 'Same Trailer, Different Park'. With special guests John & Jacob.
The Old Town Commercial Association will host its 7th annual Scrooge Scramble 5K Run/Walk on the Lansing River Trail to benefit Dickens Village. Participants that have pre-registered before November 15th will receive a knit hat with the Scrooge Scramble logo.The first 100 runners will also receive a piece of jingle bell flair!
The 41st Annual Noel Night will take place in Detroit's Midtown District. Over 70 institutions, including the DIA, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and new venues like Whole Foods and Shinola will open their doors to the public free of charge during this Cultural Center-wide holiday open house.
Its CSI: Bethlehem in this holiday mystery extravaganza from the author of Late Nite Catechism, as Sister takes on the mystery that has intrigued historians throughout the ages: whatever happened to the Magis gold?
Rock and Soul band Shotgun Soul's Album Release. With special guests, Nadir and Anna Lee's Company.
Featuring Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra, UMS Choral Union and Jerry Blackstone, conductor.
Displayed in Cafe Gallery.
There will be fresh trees and wreaths and garland, beautiful gift items presented by selected merchants, homemade bakery goods, a Santa’s Workshop for thrifty items that children can buy for others, a Bowtique with elaborate bows to match your décor, and professional photography. Net proceeds benefit City Year Detroit and the outreach projects of Christ Church’s youth group. A Silent Auction concluding Sunday includes treasures such as food gift baskets, unique home goods, sports memorabilia and Christmas decorations. There will be a preview party 7-10 p.m. Friday Dec. 6. Tickets at $35 may be bought at the door.
If you're tired of sugar-plum fairies, tinkling bells and jolly, red-cheeked Santa’s, then a visit to METALLICLAUS may be in order. This grumpy, cynical Santa provides the perfect antidote to holiday cheer. His sixth annual visit to Detroit Comics will feature sing-alongs and giveaways. A” Jeopardy” style trivia game called Bang your Head (also hosted by Metalliclaus too) that will dole out the goodies. Attendees can get their photo snapped with the grouchy old elf for only $7, with proceeds benefiting the Children's Hospital of Foundation of Michigan. Metalliclaus has a soft spot for the kids…
This solo exhibition features over twenty new oil paintings on panel and intimately scaled works on gold edged vellum card.
The Hive presents a loosely narrative series that uses allegory to explore themes of authority, duty, and domestic civilization.
Recognizing Movers, Shakers and Newsmakers. Lifetime Achievement Award presented to Legendary Motown Founder Berry Gordy.
Reception, Dinner, Awards and Dancing
Who could forget Noel Night? The dancing, the singing, the togetherness that comes from throngs of folks, some 40,000 in all, from all over metro Detroit coming to celebrate holiday cheer amid various festivities in the Cultural Center. Meander through the more than 60 institutions, including the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Historical Museum, the Detroit Public Library, and many others free of charge, sort of like an “open house” in the city.
f Bayside. With special guest Nina Diaz of Girl In A Coma.
With Fifth Way, Frequency 54, Red Stone Souls, and Spiral Crush. Food donations to Gleaners Community Food Bank.
From San Francisco. With Dirtybird, Gruuv, Moda and Anabatic.
The Mega 80's bring back all of the fads, the fashions and the music of the 1980's.
With Nine Years Away and Flour.
Performance for the holiday season.
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