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 […]

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Jump on down

Theatre Department to host open auditions for “Rabbit Hole” Sept. 10 and 11 by De’Ernest Johnson, Staff Writer The first theatre production of the 2019/20 school year will be “Rabbit Hole” by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Paul Beer. Audition will take place Sept. 10 and 11 and 7 p.m. in room LA (Liberal Arts) 500. […]

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On the Prowl

Compiled by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor Graphic by Tamara Turner Detroit Restaurant Week Restaurants all-around the Metro Detroit area Now until March 3 5 to 11 p.m. Admission/Fees: $29-$39 Detroit is a city filled with a melting pot of some of the finest cuisines, and it will have 26 of its premier restaurants […]

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Fruits of labor

by Tamara Turner, Assistant Layout Designer As a young woman growing up in this technological age, I found there to be limitless opportunities for myself. Unfortunately, being so immature that concept ended up being nothing more than a statement. Many months passed me in high school where I did not explore any avenues presented to […]

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On the Prowl

by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor FRIENDS! The Musical Parody City Theatre 2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Michigan Feb. 6 through Feb. 10 Admission/Fees: $30 Based on the phenomenon, Friends! The Musical is an “unauthorized” parody. Creators Bob and Tobly McSmith are distinguished who have worked on other masterpieces such as Bayside! The Saved by […]

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On The Prowl

by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor A Christmas Carol Meadow Brook Theater 378 Meadow Brook Rd, Rochester, Mich. Now to Dec. 23 Captivating audiences for 37 years, witness the tale of a “mean-spirited” miser and the ghost that will haunt him. This story was written by the famous Charles Dickens, while the adaptation and […]

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On The Prowl

by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn Michigan 48124 313-982-6001 Oct. 12 to 27 Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: Adult Member $13.75; Youth Member $13.75; Adult Non-Member $16; Youth Nonmembers $16; Children under 2 Free Adventures unfold in Greenfield Village with spooky and magical encounters along a path […]

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Round 2: Break the chain

By Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief The case for “Thor: Ragnarok” “Thor: Ragnarok” is a huge turning point for the Thor series. Ragnarok has it all; the visuals, amazing CGI, comedy, more homage to the origins of Norse mythology and the story overall just feels the best it’s ever been. Thor’s “upgrade” is the perfect addition leading […]

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In the spotlight

Your arts and entertainment tidbits   By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor  55 long nights  According to Watchers on the Wall, a community for news on HBO’s popular drama “Game of Thrones,” the show’s eighth and final season will feature a battle the likes of which TV has never seen before. Cast and crew have […]

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Sounds of summer

Lineup of Metro Detroit’s biggest upcoming concerts this season Compiled by Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Date  Time  Venue  Headliner  Genre  May 20  7 p.m  Little Caesars Arena   Daryl Hall & John Oates and Train  Rock  June 1        June 15  June 22  June 26  All Day        7:30 p.m  8 p.m.  […]

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Delightfully different debut

“Isolation” cements Kali Uchis’s presence as unconventional pop enchantress By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor  4.5/5 stars  One of the most understandable reasons that pop music often gets a bad rep is due to its repetitive nature, over glossy poster children and production and lyrics that feel so vain and empty. Colombian-American songstress Kali Uchis has […]

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Back to his roots

The Weeknd’s “My Dear Melancholy,” exactly how it sounds By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor 4.5/5 stars Longtime fans of The Weeknd will typically recall fondly his artsy, intimate origins that intricately crafted masterpieces like “Trilogy” and “Kiss Land.” With releases like 2016’s “Starboy” and featured vocals on tracks of friends like Lana Del Rey […]

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