Looking for something to do over the long Thanksgiving weekend and already shopped til you dropped? Well, you’re in luck, because there’s a slew of new movies in theaters this weekend.
National Circus of the People’s Republic of China will perform Thanksgiving weekend at the Music Hall in Detroit.
One of Detroit’s favorite recording artists Snoop Dogg announced during a press conference promoting his new album that he has changed his name to Snoop Lion.
“Magic Mike” — It’s a new film that debuts Friday about a male chippendale who finds true love. And as WWJ’s Kathryn Larson found out, there are some Motor City Magic Mikes who really are living the movie.
It’s time for some old-fashioned family fun! A pinball expo gets underway Thursday on the campus of Oakland University where you can play, buy and even win $15,000 in cash and prizes.
If you have a talent for making people laugh, a local comedy theater is offering you the chance to turn your jokes into cash.
We’re at the ACM Awards in Vegas all weekend long. Follow the latest news, interviews and performances. It’s like you’re there.
Keep up with the Academy of Country Music Awards, set to air April 1 on CBS. From the lead up to the red carpet to the podium, CBS Local Las Vegas has complete coverage of country’s biggest night.
Violin Monsters, singers, storytellers and mimes help keep the Detroit entertainment scene on its toes with these vagabond performers and gatherings of amateur talent.
You might not hear her voice this year on the television singing competition “The Voice,” but you’ll hear a Hamburg Township woman’s music.