On The Prowl

On The Prowl

by Kevin O’Neil, A&E Editor

Survivor Art Quilts & Photography Exhibit

Anton Art Center

125 Macomb Pl.

Mount Clemens, Michigan 48043

Aug. 24 – Oct. 10

Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Opening reception: 6 – 8 p.m.

FREE and open to the public; donations are accepted

Featuring a myriad of hand-crafted quilts with paired photographs and writings, the Survivor Quilts & Photography collection – curtesy of the Anton Art Center and Turning Point Macomb – is an exhibit serving as an outlet for survivors of sexual violence, each artwork a reflection of the artist’s trauma.

Humble and Human: Impressionist Era Treasures

Detroit Institute of Arts

5200 Woodward Ave.

Detroit, Michigan

Now until Oct. 13

Monday – Thursday 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

FREE for Members, Children 5 & Under, Residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties; Adults $14, Seniors $9, College Students w/ID $8, Youth (6-17) $6

Humble and Human is featuring a wide selection upward of 40 Impressionist and post-Impressionist treasures that capture the beautiful brevity of the everyday experience. Courtesy of the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

Hush Haunted Attractions

37550 Cherry Hill Road

Westland, Michigan 48185

Now until Nov. 02

Sunday – Thursday 7-10 p.m.

Friday & Saturday 7 p.m. – midnight


Hold on tight! This October, Hush Haunted Attraction unveils a particularly spine-tickling triad of haunted attractions. Experience what USA’s Greatest Haunts heralds as among “the best haunted houses in the country.”

Come from Away Broadway in Detroit

Fisher Theatre

3011 W Grand Blvd.

Detroit, Michigan

Oct. 01 – Oct. 13

Season ticket packages available; individual ticket prices TBA

Whisk yourself away, into the phenomenal true story of 7,000 stranded passengers and their newly-sought asylum that they find themselves in, with clashing cultures that grow into everlasting friendships. Don’t miss Come from Away, the heart stopping new musical in town!

For more information or showtimes, please visit broadwayindetroit.com/shows/come-from-away.

October in the ‘Ville

Various locations in Northville

Northville, Michigan

Oct. 01 – Oct. 31

Hours vary by event

Admission is free.

Some events require pre-purchased ticket or admission

Wouldn’t you think that Halloween is deserving of a monthlong celebration? Northville thinks so! Come attend the revelry, with corn mazes, craft show, treat streets and costume parades.

For further information, please visit downtownnorthville.com.

Cider in the City & Pop-Up Pumpkin Patch

Beacon Park

1901 Grand River Ave.

Detroit, Michigan 48226

Now – Oct. 26

1 – 5 p.m.


Admission is free.

What better way to decompress than to spend an autumn afternoon at a cider mill in the heart of Detroit? Now happening, Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill will offer fresh donuts, cider and caramel apples available for purchase, along with free horse-drawn hayrides.

Zoo Boo

Detroit Zoo

8450 West 10 Mile Road

Royal Oak, Michigan

Oct. 11 – Oct. 27

3 – 7:30 p.m. Weekly

Under 2 admitted FREE, Ages 2+ $10, Parking $8

Zoo Boo returns this October, featuring enchanting aerialists, mystical mimes and stilt-walkers that somehow manage to make even the giraffes envious. Lose yourself in an endless maze while knowing that you’re having a spooky experience fit for folk of all ages.

Hoodie Allen

Saint Andrew’s Hall

431 East Congress St.

Detroit, Michigan

Oct. 16

7 p.m.

Advance $30, Day of show $35

Hoodie Allen is headed to Detroit. Known for his excellent blend of pop and rap, this Long Islander is sure to knock your socks – or hoodie – off.

Deadmau5 | Cube V3-2019 Tour

The Fillmore Detroit

2115 Woodward Ave.

Detroit, Michigan

Oct. 17 & 18

8 p.m. both nights

Tickets start at $39.50

Don’t miss the heart-stopping performance of the one and only deadmau5.

EMUPD Women’s Self-Defense Class

McKenny Hall, Room 330

878 W Cross St.

Ypsilanti, Michigan

Now until Oct. 09

6 – 9 p.m. Weekly

$25; scholarships available

A women’s self-defense course named Rape Aggression Defense (RAD), is now accepting registration. It utilizes realistic self-defense tactics designed for women who’re willing to consider defense when their life is in jeopardy. Although the course is available for those 16 and older, minors must contact the EMU Police Department Community Relations officer at the beginning of the first class.