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Photographer Philip Jarmain Captures the Grandeur of Detroit’s Pre-Depression Architecture

The Vancouver creative is showcasing the city in his new book, "American Beauty"
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Upcoming Drive-in Showings in Metro Detroit

Here’s what to see from Sept. 18-24

Cranbrook’s Latest Art Exhibit Explores the Work of the Detroit Printing Co-op

The graphic design techniques the alternative printer experimented with in the ’60s and ’70s are still “fresh” and “contemporary”
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Virtual Screenings of Indie, Artsy, and Foreign Films Are in This Fall

Here's what Cinema Detroit and The Film Lab are doing until they can welcome patrons in person once again

Virtual Arts Are a Pale Imitation of Live Experiences, but Let’s Appreciate Them Nonetheless

I wanted to barf. My midsection was pressed against the upstairs balcony railing, which was acting as a kickstand for the broken-down bicycle that...

The Young Hollywood Standouts Who Are Leaving Their Mark

Rising stars — featured in fall TV shows and movies — model this season's bold fashion looks
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Big Sean Releases His New Album, ‘Detroit 2’

The latest album from the Detroit native features Eminem, Travis Scott, Diddy, and Dave Chapelle

Where to See Visual Arts In Person Around Metro Detroit

MOCAD, the DIA, Cranbrook, and Arts, Beats and Eats have you covered this fall

Tune in to Detroit Jazz Festival’s Virtual Concerts

The 2020 event will feature performances by artists such as Robert Glasper, Pharoah Sanders, and the Rodney Whitaker Sextet
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Detroit Month of Design Offers an Ambitious Lineup for 2020

Celebrating the 10-year-anniversary of Month of Design, Design Core Detroit presents a new program called Design in the City as well as livestream music performances and outdoor art events
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The Film ‘’Til We See the Sky’ Finds Hope in Detroit’s Resilience

The shareable short features real Detroiters from right in their Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood

A Local Educator on Winning the ‘Jeopardy!’ 2020 Teachers Tournament

Grosse Pointe North High School choral music instructor Ben Henri reflects on his TV adventure

The Way It Was — Goose Lake International Music Festival, 1970

The festival featured Jethro Tull, Chicago, the Stooges, and more
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Composer Dan Yessian Honors His Ancestors in ‘An Armenian Trilogy’

The Armenian genocide inspired the jingle writer to compose the classical piece
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Detroit Out Loud Festival to Feature Virtual Performances and Outdoor Activities

The lineup includes Grammy-winning soul singer Dwele, visual artist Phil Simpson, and Good Cakes and Bakes’ April Anderson

Nothing Gets Between DCFC Fans and Their Team — Except Maybe a Deadly Pandemic

As shown in a new video from Eightfold Collective, there's a supportive community behind all the smoke, masks, and F-bombs
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2020 Ford Fireworks Scheduled as a Televised-Only Event This Month

This year’s show will honor Detroit's frontline workers and heroes
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GM Employees Honor Cancer Survivors and Caregivers in New Art Exhibit

The auto company has teamed up with the nonprofit Twist Out Cancer for a virtual showcase

The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art Reopens with New Exhibit

The Detroit gallery is also implementing COVID-19 safety precautions
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Listened Through ‘1619′? Here are 11 More Podcast to Add to Your List

A mix of local and national programs, these podcasts cover topics like systemic racism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the history of race relations in the U.S.

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