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Kathy King and the Michgan Dance Project Warming Up at the RIverside Arts Center, Ypsilanti - Doug Coombe
Let the Bells Ring
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Art Fairs as a business incubator? There was a time when that was possible ...and Bradley Cross is proof. Founder and owner of Harmony Hollow Bell Works, he's built his successful Ann Arbor studio into one of the only three bell making companies in the United States.
Always Running: Ann Arbor Track Club
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
It's no surprise when Ann Arbor gets singled out for its academically inclined achievements. Writers, thinkers, researchers, and innovators are an obvious by-product of the University's presence. Add to that list runners. For nearly 45 years the Ann Arbor Track Club has produced not only topnotch runners, but world-class Olympic hopefuls.
Adventures in Pizza Making
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Ever wanted to spin pizza dough on your fists like a New York pizzeria pro? At Zingerman's Bakehouse aspiring pizzaiolos and deep dish devotees come from as far away as the coasts to learn how to properly knead, shape, and cook their pies.
Tanya Muzumdar offers a first hand account of the growing popularity of culinary tourism.
Ann Arbor Gets An International Film Festival
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Cannes. Sundance. Tribeca. Cinetopia? Next week The Michigan Theater launches one of its most ambitious projects yet: A world-class international film festival.
A Bicycle Built For Seven
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
It's a bike. It's art. It's two great tastes in one.
Tanya Muzumdar pedals around town on the seven-seater Conference Bike, and learns why Ann Arbor is a a great place to ride (and Mackinac Island is verboten).
Creating Great Downtown Public Spaces
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Missed last week's speaker presentation by Bob Gregory, who oversees the development , management and programming of Detroit's $20 million Campus Martius Park? No worries, we've got you covered. Watch a video of the event here.
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