Terri Pontremoli, second-year artistic and executive director of the Detroit International Jazz Festival, is a classically trained violinist by trade. What’s more, she lives in Cleveland. So go ahead, ask: How did she land the gig preserving one of our city’s most treasured holiday musical traditions?
Hard times don’t mean necessarily mean that you can’t have a good time. That’s the feeling of movers and shakers in the Detroit arts scene, who are trumpeting a number of high-profile shows and exhibits as a welcome escape.
Their stylish menus are enticing enough to attract a loyal clientele of discriminating diners, but no matter how expert they are, restaurant people like to take a break from their own kitchens for a taste of someone else's cooking.
Its attributes include one of the most extensive Indian menus in town, with entrées representing most of the regions of that country, so the choices are wide, from the dosas of the south to the curries of the north...