Thursday, September, 25, 2014
BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
ArtPrize began in 2009, a mission founded by Grand Rapids native Rick DeVos and a small group who wanted to find a way to bring contemporary art to a historically conservative city with very little exposure to it.
BY CHLOE GILKE
But there’s no shame in enjoying television however you please — Netflix built its entire business model on subscribers’ love of viewing episodes one after another.
BY ALANA WEISS NYDORF
The Daily looks at vintage stores in Ann Arbor.
BY ADAM DEPOLLO
What follows the cinematic countdown sequence is a veritable onslaught of ass, a deluge of derrière only occasionally interrupted by shots of the women they’re attached to.
BY CHLOE GILKE
“The Wedding” depicts sex, intimacy and love from the woman’s perspective, and it’s top-notch television that a viewer of any gender can appreciate.
BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO
They protests authority and tradition. They went to fucking jail because of their music. They’re proof that punk is like quicksand: the harder you fight it, the stronger it gets.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD
In a world where we don’t take a second glance at the resurgence of crop tops and let pajamas become haute couture, there’s ample room for all white wardrobes. Or, at the very least, me and my white jeans.
BY ARIANA ASSAF
At Forever Fest, in the delightful fashion of music festivals, I dipped my toes into the musical streams of different artists I probably wouldn’t have had much regard for otherwise. And, yes, I absolutely lost my shit when Flux put on Skrillex’s “Recess.”
BY AMELIA ZAK
Building in intensity but maintaining a consistently funky jazz bass, the song is a four-minute reminder that Kendrick can be missed but never forgotten.
BY ANDREW MCCLURE
In tandem, the onscreen estranged siblings will surely stir the pot, react to a shattered pot and then ideally pick up the pieces with equal parts warmth and stomach-aching laughs.