Pitch imperfect: Competition motivates a capella singers to excel
There is no experience quite like college a capella. Performing a set of songs arranged by some of...
‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ at Concordia
Here’s a release on a musical production. Concordia University Theatre presents the musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown...
‘30 for 30’ Fab 5 screening, Q&A and annual lecture
Here’s a press release for what sounds like a pretty cool event featuring famous U-M athletes. The Black...
Penny Seats Theatre Company opens ‘Sing Happy!’
Here’s a performing arts press release: Ann Arbor’s Penny Seats Theatre Company is preparing to open its seventh...
Jaunts: Detroit’s amazing
art and architecture
The sign marking this as the geographic center of Detroit is covered by plastic this day — a...
A new way to do ‘social engagement’ with the news
The Ann loves people stories. Yes, we want to address the important problems, policies and events of the...
Giving: ‘Just a sense
Eighteen years ago, when Robin and Ron Sober, a couple from just outside Toronto, travelled down to Ann...
Ann Arbor’s deer cull:
‘A divergence in values’
Things got ugly when the city planned to kill 100 deer By Margaret A. Leary The author, Margaret A....
Library: ‘The Day
the Crayons Came Home’
If your kid loved “The Day the Crayons Quit” — and it seems like almost every kid on...
Library: Learning that life
is meant to be lived
A 2015 Printz Honor Award winner, the teen novel “The Carnival At Bray” is Jessie Ann Foley’s first...