With current tensions surrounding the Muslim community at the University, Ping Chong + Company could not come to Ann Arbor at a better time.
Holmes has succeeded in capitalizing on his show’s star-studded cast to develop a program that has terrific dark humor, and it’s pure fun to follow along.
It’s probably safe to trust James when he says to expect “a packed house, a monstrously powerful set from Post Animal and then a barn burner hosted by ya boys.”
By stripping away the façade of socialites, “Big Little Lies” unearths the substance behind its seemingly shallow characters, especially with stunning lead performances from Witherspoon, Kidman and Woodley.
For every requisite ball gown bar none and trace of tulle that retained the magic of de la Renta himself, there was something irreverent to delightfully offset it.
Amazon’s latest series, “The Collection,” aims to please the senses in a tale of fashion and deception in post-war Paris. Visually stunning, the series takes place during a time in which France hung on the precipice of reconstruction and chaos.
When Quinn O’Connor — a freshman and new member — stood up with a straight face and said, “I like my man like I like my hat: sitting on my face,” I knew I was in the right place.
The future of Detroit is in projects like Heidelberg; in the way it serves to both heal and elevate the surrounding communities.
To Williams, affordability equates to creativity.