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Just like eating a warm, flaky dinner roll, consuming “Dough” is an extremely enjoyable experience.


While season one primarily focused on drawing in laughs with a Tina Fey-esque brand of humor that the show is so well known for, season two draws greater attention to the comedy in a silent movement for change.

Joey took me on a journey through his younger, borderline obsessive years to his current state of balance, talking about the incorporation of his house music roots into 2016’s musical landscape.

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The Bronze Elegance 2016 fashion show was bold, sexy and truly an art form.


‘Krisha’ is a film you should see alone.

Students are banding together to raise funds by showcasing the work of dance groups within the Southeastern Michigan community while drawing attention to the city of Flint.

Versatility, in its simplest terms, is the ability for something to be adapted into a different form or changed.

“American Horror Story”

Shows of the supernatural and horror genre are especially at risk of extinction over other genres of television, and the race to remain relevant is a high-stakes challenge.


Sex might sell, but “The Girlfriend Experience” isn’t pushing a profound statement on the injustices of prostitution down the audience’s throat.

The music, costumes and sets all come together to create the ’60s, Mad Men-esque world in which Wright has chosen to set the story.


Let the dream guide you, let the picture of happiness stay mythic and imagined, don’t try too hard to re-live the finale.

Jai Wolf

Jai Wolf’s set marked several surprises through his 90-minute show that included innovative remixes of everything from Odessa and Skrillex to The Weeknd and Justin Bieber.

Whether it’s the end of summer, the end of a program, or the end of an adventure, many are the looming last stops on a life path that have been ignored by love.

One of the most exciting genre-blending compositional voices at work today is that of Sarah Kirkland Snider, whose piece, ‘Something for the Dark,’ premiered Thursday night with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

The pairing is laughably strange.

Jay Z

Soon Tidal will not exist.

Ben Harper

Quite honestly, some of Harper’s stuff sounds destined to be covered by the local Potbelly cover musician, which isn’t an indictment on his sound as much as an acceptance of it.

Migos’s Quavo at Hill Auditorium during SpringFest
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It’s Wednesday night at Hill Auditorium, and Jim Harbaugh is dabbing onstage.