In addition to opening dialogue about experiences that are usually pushed aside, “The Vagina Monologues” seeks to support movements to reduce sexual violence against women.

Eastern Market

Your step-by-step guide to making the most out of two days in the Motor City.

Art on the Diag

“Everyone was absolutely excited, running on adrenaline and amazed at how many people — at least for me — came up and told us how much popping bubble wrap turned their day around. It was absolutely rewarding in the end to see how a specific, niche organization could still impact a wide range of people.”

Daily Arts Writers celebrate the historical centennial episode of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’


‘Phil of the Future’ manages to hit the traditional emotional beats of a holiday episode while filtering it through a sci-fi lens.


“Japan” might’ve worked better if it had focused on Shosh for the entirety of the episode.


It’s just her, a bed and a camera.

People have been sitting around musing on the topic of what love and sex do to and for each other since Eryximachus proposed that for the post-feast entertainment in Plato’s “Symposium,” everyone should belt out a little oration in praise of Eros, the god of love.


Britty Drake’s soft voice cocoons your entire though process and the only think you can pay attention to is the music.


It’s avant-garde digital comedy at its most bizarre.