Ann Arbor

A map of the 57th annual Art Fair
Mariah Gardziola

57th Annual Art Fair hopes to draw younger crowd throughout the weekend

The 57th Ann Arbor Street Art Fair will — for the first time ever — last throughout the entire weekend, hopefully drawing new crowds of spectators and artists.


Kildee endorses Clinton's running mate

Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton announced Senator Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate last night.


Students could turn the tide with Michigan as a swing state

During his acceptance of the party nomination at the Republican National Convention Thursday, Donald Trump announced his expectation to bring supporters of Sen.


Regent Bernstein withdraws $3 million gift to new multicultural center

University of Michigan Regent Mark Bernstein (D) formally withdrew his $3 million dollar donation he offered in April to help construct the new multicultral center on State Street at the final summer regent's meeting — Bernstein's first as chairman of the board.



‘Ballers’ fails to deliver on its bombastic promises in season premiere

Booze, boats and women constitute the opening of the season two premiere of “Ballers” and characterize much of the ostentatious imagery of professional football in all its professional and personal glory on the show.



‘Your Authority’ shows how Good Charlotte's talent has yet to waver

Comprised of 13 tracks, Your Authority shows the band still has what it takes to be atop the pop punk echelon. Though they bring catchy songs, angst, energy and killer guitar licks, Good Charlotte also brings more than just good music to the album.