Ann Arbor

Houses in the Kerrytown neighborhood of Ann Arbor.

Rather than merely walking across the Diag to get to class, Music, Theatre & Dance senior Mackenzie Larrance’s morning routine consists of fighting traffic during her daily commute across town from her Ypsilanti residence.

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor at a city council meeting on May 15, 2017.

Ann Arbor City Council convened for another biweekly meeting Monday night, passing an ordinance making it easier for residents to register to vote as well as a resolution committing the city to the goals of the Paris Climate Accords.

Booksellers crowd the street at the Ann Arbor Book Festival on Saturday.

Dozens of Ann Arbor residents and University of Michigan students walked between 4th and 5th Avenue for the 14th annual Ann Arbor Book Festival Saturday afternoon.

Greg Gage presents during the Tech Talk at the Michigan Theater on Friday.

Entrepreneurship organization Ann Arbor SPARK hosted its first annual “Tech Talk” at the Michigan Theater Friday, celebrating entrepreneurship in the Ann Arbor community.

Debra Kirby speaks during the forum on police-community relations at the Bryant Community Center in Ann Arbor on Tuesday evening.

Dozens of residents showed up to the Bryant Community Center in southern Ann Arbor Tuesday night to listen to and participate in a forum on police-community relations.

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor accepts a $15,000 award from DTE Energy for the city's commitment to the environment at the Mayor's Green Fair in downtown Ann Arbor.

On Friday evening, dozens of booths, displays and activities all supporting environmental causes and programs lined Main Street.

Susan Weinberg speaks at the city council meeting on Monday.

At the beginning of the Ann Arbor City Council meeting Monday night, Mayor Christopher Taylor presented the 33rd Annual Historic District Awards with Susan Weinberg, Chair of the Historic District Commission, intended to honor historic buildings in the city for their physical and symbolic beauty.

Thousands of people flooded Main Street Sunday this afternoon, coming from across the state to sample food, listen to live music and people-watch at the annual Taste of Ann Arbor festival.

A man displays glass artwork at the African American Downtown Festival in Ann Arbor on Saturday.

“The Cha-Cha Slide” rang through the speakers while attendees clapped and danced along, as part of the hundreds gathered for the African American Downtown Festival Saturday. The entertainment included a live band and DJ, with all band members decked out in white uniforms.


In the aftermath of incidents involving immigration spanning several months, campus and Ann Arbor leaders affirm a strong intent to protect immigrants in the area, in reaction to the new political climate created during President Donald J. Trump's first 100 days.