What brings people to
On the topic of
One has to wonder whether they’ve contacted Greg Baise yet?
Back to festival woes
If you’ve yet to hear (and I hate to be the bearer of such bad news), the Detroit Festival of the Arts has been canceled this year. Feel free to take a moment of silence and reflect on years past. Better? OK. There has been a reincarnation of sorts. The University Cultural Center Association and Wayne State University will team up to produce a free summer event series they’re calling Midsummer Nights in Midtown. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, you can check out art, rock, jazz, poetry, theater, symphony and more. Get to detroitfestival.com for further info.
While the Grand Prix is no more, and local fests in the burbs, from
Now get out to ’em and spend a few bucks!
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