Arts & Culture
Presidents Day is a time to celebrate patriotism and reflect upon the history of America and its presidents.
Postponed your Valentine’s Day until the weekend? Detroit venues offer many theatrical performances to make your celebration special.
Winter is here and it is quite chilly in the Detroit area. Learn how to knit, however, and you are sure to be wearing stylish scarves and accessories to stay warm.
President Obama’s second inauguration is fast approaching. Here’s the scoop on the best ways to commemorate it, as well as events going on in the Detroit Metro area.
Have you been wanting to learn more computer skills? Even if you’re an expert, there’s always something new to learn in the field of computers. Check out this list to find out the best places to enhance your skills.
The holidays are the perfect time to get out the craft boxes and start creating handmade gifts for those you love.
Anticipating the release of “The Hobbit?” Here are some suggestions for bringing a little bit of Middle Earth into your life during the frantic atmosphere of the holidays.
Unlike Good King Wenceslas or St. Thomas Aquinas, Detroit’s luminaries didn’t plant daisy patches or rise to power because they were pure of heart. Not every leader can be as classy as a long-stemmed rose. In Detroit’s case, they have been more like rogue stems with ubiquitous thorns.
Think of the meaning of art as analogous to the meaning of Christmas minus all the materialism and the commercialism. Those who seek to find the pure essence of local art in Detroit for less that $100 may find it in the following.
Native American History Month kicks off this November and Detroiters can learn more about the city’s roots and indigenous people. Detroit has a rich Native American history and there are many sites and cultural items through which it can be celebrated.