It’s Emmy nomination season: Voters in the Television Academy are currently casting their ballots for who will be in the group of nominees announced on July 14.
“Yo, I’ll be there in a minute!” I stood outside The Crofoot Ballroom, a mid-size venue in Pontiac, waiting for an event organizer to let me in.
By humanizing these women as victims of circumstance rather than simple criminals, “OITNB” brings a nuanced perspective to the criminal justice system, which continues to be showcased in its fantastic fourth season.
“I don’t come here for the music, man, just the people and the good connections, you know, bro?”
E3 is a strange beast. It’s often been called the “Super Bowl” of the video game industry.
To avoid beating around the bush, “Dory” does not go above and beyond the originality of “Finding Nemo.” But truth be told, it’s a very high bar to set, and a bar that “Dory” manages to at least meet, if not exceed.
“You have to make sure it’s something that you love telling so much that you, even when it's not working on year three, you're still gonna get out of bed and work on it. We had to make sure that this idea was the same.”
As I took my seat Tuesday night for Beyoncé’s Formation Tour at Ford Field, my mind jumped to the movie “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Dominating the stage before Bey graced it with her presence was an enormous, bright rectangle that nearly reached the football stadium’s ceiling.
This year’s Tonys brought a sense happiness that was necessary on a day like Sunday.
Nichols Arboretum is always teeming with visitors during the summer — among them are picnickers camped out near the Huron River, tanners stretched out on sun-bleached towels and kayakers trying, and failing, to avoid the boulder everyone seems to get stuck on.