Community Culture

These guys are passionate about the music they create, and they see no obstacle in their way they can’t overcome.

The world is a better place because people like Elizabeth James and Keith Jason do what they do.


Author David Lagercrantz, who is working on the completion of Steig Larsson's world-millennium series, will be speaking about the fifth novel of the series at a Literati event this weekend.


Thursday night, the Arthur Miller Theatre filled with students and Ann Arbor locals for the third show of “Every Brilliant Thing.”


Peter Ho Davies and Derek Palacio talk fate, fiction and the meaning of home.

The Kerrytown Concert House presents the art gallery “Textures” from Sept. 8 through Oct. 8. There will be a gallery reception with refreshments on Saturday, September 16th, from 4 to 6pm, free and open to the public.

We become comfortable — and remain fixed — in a lifestyle that makes sense to us, or aligns with our goals.


Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco will be the latest musician to grace the University of Michigan’s campus thanks to a performance slated for Oct. 21 at Hill Auditorium.

The play moves through a series of memories, recalling the lives of stars that brought Williams’s scripts to life.


“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.”