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.
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Today Daily Arts Writers and Editors wrap up our series on who we think should have been among the Emmy nominees announced earlier. Here’s our look at Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series ...
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After a week off, Daily Arts Writers and Editors are back to continue our series on who we think should be among the nominees announced this Thursday. Here’s our look at Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series...