Speaking of Wendy Case — who, indeed, does know and is a friend of hot author Charles Bock (see below) — don’t miss the display of her art that opens tomorrow night (February 7th) in the Majestic Café (4120 Woodward Ave.). The exhibition, titled Is There Room For Me... On Your Couch, is a dual show that also features the work of Ann Arbor-based musician Dan Mulholland (of the Urbations/Watusies/Stomp Rockets/Kentucky Chrome fame). DJ Freddy Fortune will be spinning tracks at the opening night party, which will also feature consumables from the Café’s kitchen, as well as that ever-present-at-fun-functions commodity that some folks refer to as booze, After the opening night festivities, which runs from 8 to 10 p.m., the art will remain on display inside the Café through the end of the month. Oh, and admission tomorrow night is free. Can’t beat that
"Edie" by Wendy Case
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