Arts & Entertainment

Published January 27, 2022

TROY — The Troy High School orchestras are coming back loud and forte with their upcoming Gala Concert, an event that was canceled last year due to COVID-19.

Read More

Published January 27, 2022

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — Opening night is Feb. 3 for Dakota High School’s adaptation of Disney’s “High School Music on Stage!”

Read More

Published January 26, 2022

ROYAL OAK — The inaugural Winter Blast Royal Oak will take place in downtown Royal Oak Feb. 18-20 after being pushed back two weeks due to unforeseen challenges, such as staffing shortages and supply chain issues, posed by an upswing in COVID-19 rates.

Read More

Published January 26, 2022

C&G Newspapers

CLAWSON/BERKLEY — Nearly 40 years after opening its Clawson location in 1983, Flipside Records said goodbye to the “Little City with a Big Heart” and hello to Berkley.

Read More

Published January 26, 2022

ROCHESTER — The city of Rochester’s second permanent mural will be painted in Rochester Municipal Park this summer.

Read More

Published January 26, 2022

METRO DETROIT — Nearly a dozen organizations are receiving funding for arts programs after being awarded grants through the Anton Art Center, the Region 10A Regranting Agency for the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA).

Read More

Published January 26, 2022

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Twenty artists from the Detroit area will be unpacking the complexities of “home” in the Cranbrook Art Museum exhibition “Homebody.” The exhibition will be open Jan. 26-June 19. 

Read More

Published January 13, 2022

ROYAL OAK — Overcoming and succeeding despite adverse circumstances is a common theme in the life of Lithuanian native John Srugis, 72, and his family.

Read More

Published December 8, 2021

ROCHESTER — Meadow Brook Hall is ringing in the holidays with two festive events — the 50th anniversary of the estate’s annual Holiday Walk and the debut of the all-new Winter Wonder Lights.

Read More

Published December 8, 2021

DETROIT — Some artists recognize that their work can do more than just amaze or entertain — it can also inspire. Kwame Brathwaite is one of them.

Read More

Published December 8, 2021

BERKLEY — Downtown Berkley has received yet another mural, this one becoming its largest to date.

Read More

Published December 2, 2021

MOUNT CLEMENS — Ornaments, scarves, earrings, mittens and more have packed the walls and shelves of the Anton Art Center as the annual Holiday Market returns.

Read More

Published November 26, 2021

NOVI — For Becky Staab, singing is her form of self-care. She’s been singing with the Novi Choralaires since 1981.

Read More

Published November 22, 2021

FERNDALE — Two years ago at Ford Field, the Ferndale High School Marching Band won second place at the Michigan Competing Band Association State Championships.

Read More

Published November 22, 2021

SOUTHFIELD — The city of Southfield has begun the installation of mosaic panels outside of Lawrence Technological University.

Read More

Published November 22, 2021

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — The Shelby Township Fine Art Society hosted an art show at the Shelby Township Library Nov. 2 through Nov. 21. It was a judged show, and Vienna Szabo chose the first, second and third places, along with three honorable mentions.

Read More

Published November 19, 2021

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — A member of the Shelby Township Fine Art Society has been honored as the artist of the month for November and December.

Read More

Published November 18, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Why can’t grandma remember a name but she still remembers something that happened 80 years ago? Why is she suddenly putting things in the wrong spot and can’t find the right words to finish a conversation?

Read More

Published November 17, 2021

METRO DETROIT — With most theaters now operating again, the holiday show tradition returns to stages throughout the area, warming hearts of all ages with music, dance and plays.

Read More

Published November 11, 2021

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — In determining what to name her artwork, Sue Majewski wanted healthcare workers to know how much they are appreciated.

Read More