Started back in 1993, Concert of Colors was a modest, single day event with the simple goal of bringing the diversity of metro-Detroiters together through music from around the world. Today, it has become a part of the summertime traditions here in Detroit, with 2013 marking its 21st year. This year the concert series with travel to multiple venues in Midtown Detroit over 4 days, still with the same goal of celebrating the wealth of global diversity that fills metro-Detroit through music.
WWJ Producer/Editor Zahra Huber talks about her personal experience as Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, comes to a close.
The Scottish American Society of Michigan says tickets are sure to sell fast for the 9th Annual Tartan Day Celebration, held on March 31.
The Detroit Historical Society continues its monthly Film Series with “Our Arab American Story” showing Saturday and Sunday, January 14 and 15 at 1 p.m. at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Museums have become a way for patrons and casual observers to connect with history, art and culture without having to leave the state. The two major museums include the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Detroit Historical Museum.
Besides being a way to stir up the thinking juices, museums get us out off the couch and. Detroit is a history-rich city in culture, architecture, business, art and more.
The Kresge Foundation is launching “Art X Detroit” to celebrate artistic excellence and Detroit’s creative spirit – all happening April 6-10, 2011 in Midtown Detroit.
Most Holy Trinity Church, in Corktown, will once again host it’s special “Sharin ‘O the Green” mass Thursday morning, starting at 11 am.