Community Culture

Courtesy of Ann Arbor Art Fair

Art Fair celebrates connection between artists and their audience

“An art fair isn’t intimidating. You’re actually talking to an artist, there are other activities, there’s food… it’s like a big party,” she said. “To get the actual work done, I spend so much time just isolated. So to finally come out and have your work out there and have people react to it is really invigorating.”

The 58th Ann Arbor Art Fair cultivates creativity, culture

The annual Ann Arbor Art Fair will take place this Thursday through Sunday across several city streets and sidewalks, looking to draw in students, residents

Ann Arbor resident Lourdes Salazar Bautista, center, rallies against her deportation in downtown Ann Arbor on Tuesday.
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Hundreds gather to protest deportation of Ann Arbor mother

On Tuesday evening, hundreds gathered to protest the deportation of Lourdes Salazar Bautista — a local mother with three U.S.-born children — in Ann Arbor.

Courtesy of Stephanie Stoneback


Pitchfork 2017: Everyone's going to be O.K.

Artists roam the fields besides their adoring fans, hoping to go unnoticed because heck, Jeff Rosenstock wants to see Angel Olsen’s soulful, sad performance as much as his average fan.

The message of O.J.

I’m going to ask you three questions, and I need you to answer honestly.

First, did you know that Black children are punished more often and more severely than their white classmates? Second, that Black borrowers are much less likely to be granted a loan than their white counterparts with similar credit scores? And third, that employers prefer applicants with “white”-sounding names over those with “Black”-sounding ones?

Michigan and AS Roma spent Monday afternoon bonding over soccer and football.
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Notebook: Harbaugh, players enjoy afternoon with AS Roma

As much as he would’ve liked to play soccer Monday afternoon, Jim Harbaugh simply couldn’t.

Former Michigan guard Andrew Dakich will transfer to Ohio State.