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July 24, 2011 6:42 pm

Community takes P.R.I.D.E. in Ypsilanti

Tweetby Marissa McNees Over 1,200 volunteers and Ypsilanti community members will come together on Saturday, May 21 for a day known as Ypsilanti P.R.I.D.E. day. Now, we love our city, but it’s not hard to see that it could use a little sprucing up here and there. P.R.I.D.E., also known as “People Restoring Image and [...]

Wiz Khalifa Comes to the Convo


Tweetby Amanda Slater Named “rookie of the year” by multiple publications and recently gracing the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, Wiz Khalifa is seemingly an overnight sensation. But what many do not know is that he has actually been making music for years (his debut album, “Show and Prove,” was released in 2006). However, it [...]

Iggy and the Stooges Come Home


Tweetby Amanda Slater Perhaps one of the most famous bands to come out of Ann Arbor, Iggy and the Stooges started making their mark on the music industry in 1967, and are said to have contributed to the rise of punk rock in addition to other types of heavier rock. After disbanding in 1974, the [...]

Violent Torpedo Coming to Fox


TweetCharlie Sheen Live…. by Amanda Slater If you’re a b-grade actor who is in a slump, here’s a recipe to jolt your career back to life. First, do a lot of drugs. Second, commit a series of violent offenses as a result of your drug-induced stupors. Third, say a lot of crazy stuff in defense [...]

Kevin Hart


TweetLaugh at My Pain (scroll down for our favorite Kevin Hart YouTube videos) by Amanda Slater There’s no doubt that all of Washtenaw county will be laughing along with comedian Kevin Hart when hevisits Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Hosted by Pakmode Media and Marketing and Prime Social Group along [...]

Midnights at the State Theatre


TweetUpcoming Midnight Showings by Paul Kitti On select Saturday nights in Ann Arbor, the red and green neon tower of the State Theatre becomes a beaconof hope for movie lovers, ushering in crowds for one of the greatest State Theatre movie experiences: the midnight showing. Only the most revered films (as approved by the college [...]

“Memory” exhibit at the Riverside Arts Center


Tweetby Ryan M. Place Be sure to carve some time out of your busy schedule to stop by Ypsilanti’s Riverside Arts Center in March—andexhibit that focuses on (you guessed it) memories.  The pieces in this mixed media exhibit revolve around any personal or group memory that is significant to the featured artists. “Artists often draw [...]

March Style (extras)


TweetHere are some bonus pictures of the March Style photo shoot. Enjoy the behind the scenes footage as well as those that didn’t quite make the cut. I definitely had my work cut out for me this month! Photos by Bruno Postigo

Downtown has a new hangout B-24


TweetB-24 (formerly Bombadill’s) is now open! If you’ve already checked it out, let us know what you think.

Jake Ousley Brings Southern Charm to Ann Arbor

Tweetby Amanda Slater When asked to describe his music, Jake Ousley’s first response is “Neo-polka” …followed up by a quick, “just kidding.” The truth is that Ousley’s music probably falls closer to country or simple “singer-songwriter” music than neo-polka, but, whether or not his particular type of music is your typical cup of tea, it’s [...]

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