“This weekend was just the last straw,” said one U-M student.
A few years ago, two film students from Ann Arbor had a vision of creating something that captured the essence of horror films. Enter: Three Corpse Circus International Horror Film Festival. Check out our behind-the-scenes interview with Festival creators!
They will be places in areas where there are high population and employment densities, with a focus on students.
“It was jarring and everyone felt it in their seats and wondered what was going on,” one passenger said.
Michigan fans can now take advantage of football shuttles the rest of the year to help get them to and from the Big House.
Crews from Ann Arbor responded to the call as several cars were involved and — according to Joyce Williams with Huron Valley Ambulance — there were 4 injuries.
Officials say it happened last November after the 1-year-old dog nipped at several people during a family argument.
Looking to escape from the city for a few days? These not-too-far-from-home destinations ought to fit the bill.
Want to help us make a movie? Sure. Why not? Watch “Alan’s Song”, a local indie film about a disillusioned songwriter and a struggling painter who find inspiration in one another. It’s free on Vimeo!
The crowd of 109,318 at Michigan Stadium broke the previous U.S. mark of 101,799, set at the Rose Bowl for the 1984 Olympic final.