Community Culture

“Top Chef” winner and University of Michigan alum Stephanie Izard opened up the lively spot in Chicago’s West Loop in 2010 and reservations there have been near-impossible to come by ever since.

Abby Wambach

While fans are used to watching Wambach on the field, she now tours as the author of her new memoir.

Ross Gay’s work focuses on a gratitude that is undoubtedly inclusive of an unjust world.

Why now, at twenty years old, do I find myself reminiscing on a dream that is far-gone and fairly irrelevant to my life now?

The Second City

On Sept. 16 and 17, Chicago’s legendary improv comedy group The Second City will visit Ann Arbor, performing at The Ark for the seventh consecutive year.

The worst part about ‘School of Rock’ is its use of the nagging wife trope.

Stop only thinking women are funny when their comedy is crude.

NOSELL

“How could ‘Hamilton’ possibly live up to the hype?”

NOSELL

Summer in Ann Arbor is a different beast from its school year counterpart. The pace slows, with many University students returning home or going elsewhere, the sidewalks thin and the town’s median age seems to rise. Yet, the 56-year old Ann Arbor Art Fair seems to mark the town in a way that makes July feel as rowdy as autumn’s Football Saturdays, punctuating this time of year with a signature touch of Ann Arbor culture and camaraderie.

From Iran-Contra to the Lewinsky Scandal, Sarah Palin to Obamacare, the Capitol Steps never falls short on material.