Posts under Tag: Detroit
The Season of Almost: Lions Likely Lose Stafford For the Season
Lion's QB Matthew Stafford is likely out for the season

You could call 2010 the “season of almost” for the Lions. They almost won their season opener with a late jump-ahead touch down (they lost after Calvin Johnson through the ball down in celebration and the catch was ruled incomplete on a technicality). They almost upset a very competitive, if a bit weary Jets team (this mess deserves its own paragraph below). They almost were 4-4.

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Stars Hits Detroit With an Indie Bang

Seeing Stars is the kind of wonderful experience you hope for every time you see a live show. This is a rock band that seems truly committed to their craft (pun partially intended as they are on the label Arts&Crafts, hardy har har!). The show cemented in my mind their status as one of the most powerful and creative forces in independent rock today. If you haven’t heard Stars, you should listen to them. And if you haven’t seen them, you SHOULD, it is well worth the $17 admission fee (or whatever it was after Ticketmaster’s cut).

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Avalon Bakery — Tasty Baked Goods in the D
Avalon's outdoor picnic tables make the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely lunch.

You don’t have to travel to Manhattan to catch a whiff of some delicious baking. Whether you’re in the mood for a Greektown Olive Loaf or a Chocolate Brioche, your trip to Detroit’s Avalon Bakery comes with a virtual guarantee you’ll find something tasty.

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Sufjan Stevens: New Album and An Upcoming Detroit Tour Date

Accompanying the new EP and full-length album is a tour through the U.S. and Canada that spans the fall months. More specifically (and more importantly), Stevens will be in Royal Oak, Michigan on October 14

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Tiffany’s Fall Picks 2010

We’re quickly approaching October, and it’s almost time for all things scary

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DIY Street Fair 2010

The weather has been chilly and rainy as we enter the fall season, but the sun decided to stick around long enough for the last big festival of summer: The DIY Street Fair in Ferndale

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Locals Showcase Graffiti Masterpieces Off Warren Ave.
Deco23's cartoon monsters catch one's eye instantly while driving Woodward Ave. East.

Driving down Warren Avenue East, the 555 Building is an explosion of color popping out of the dilapidated landscape.

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Fall Is Here, Pewabic Pottery Brings A Taste of Detroit to Art & Apple Fest

For those of you who prefer a slight chill in the air as opposed to humidity, your calendar probably looks a lot like mine…a big red circle around September 22, the first day of fall. And if you love the season as much as I do, you’re itching to dive right into all things autumn.

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The 4th Annual People’s Arts Festival
Installation Art

The last weekend of August heralded a festival brimming full of artistic talent. Every art form was represented; from sculpture to fashion Detroit has it all!

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Detroit 1-8-7

Detroit will finally receive its time in the limelight as the focus of a new prime time TV show, with a controversial focus on crime. This show is cited to be ABC’s breakout title this season.

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