Join us for an afternoon of a fabulous lunch, shopping and networking!
The Oakland County Market is hosting a Holiday Shopping Night. Find unique and one-of-a-kind items including handcrafted gifts, baskets, jewelry, and holiday greenery as well as pleasant music and gourmet food to welcome the season in.
Mary Rupp. Frida Kahlo. Niagra. Gilda Nowden. Patricia Hill Burnett. These are some of the names of women who have impacted Detroit through their art. Hear this unique overview of events and sights that shaped our lives from native Detroiter Suzanne Bilek. She is an author and speaker who specializes in the topic of local art history.
Experimental objects and experiences attempt to disrupt and expose existing systems through humor, play, interaction and participation to create a condition where we can perceive ourselves; the here and now; and the future, differently.
Of Birmingham, England, melding ska, pop, punky-reggae, and soul.
Mix of rock, hip hop, alt metal, heavy metal, post-grunge.
With special guests Matt Pryor, Merriment, Perma and Sherri Dupree Bemis.
With Traits and the He Bops.
Rock, jazz, funk, hip hop.
Legendary bluesman. With Barbara Payton.
Unique blend of Country, Rock, Americana and Bluegrass.
Jeff German & The Blankety Blanks are in town to celebrate the release of their new album "Twelve R.O.U.N.D.S." Describing his music as "Midwest music for the working class," the CD is best played loud and served with a cold beer after a long week. Jeff German and his Band will be joined by The Hawks and Nick Pivott.
A night of loud and heavy bands Karmic Lava (Hamtramck), Cockhorse (Mt Clemens), Mare Crisium (Ypsilanti), and Universal Wavelength (Toledo).
Black Jake & the Carnies set fierce murder ballads, dark warnings, and a certain tough rust-belt revivalism to the beat of an old-time string band. This octet offers a unique blend of Americana, bluegrass, and punk. Their ten-song debut record, "Where the Heather Don't Grow," was recorded and mixed by Jim Roll in his Ann Arbor studio.
The paintings of Brownlee, Micthnick and Parish will be on display with an artist's reception.
Ninety artists drawing pictures in shifts of one hour which are then stuck up on the wall for sale. Proceeds beneft MOCAD.
With Nick Santino and the Northern Winds.
Presented by 101 WRIF. With Motionless in White, Soil, and Saint Ridley.
Stand-up comedian best known for his trademark comedic persona of speaking in a loud, grating tone of voice and squinting. The Picasso of the dirty joke.
Fun, gifts, prints, vendors, food and wine.
Electro-r&b goth-pop.With special guest Lizzo.
Country music in Hamtramck. Oak Bones, Daniel Harrison & the $2 Highway, Billy Brandt, the Catfish Project, and Woven Triangles.
FeaturingDave Landau and Brett Kline.
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.
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