10866 Cedar Lake Rd, Hell, Michigan, 48169 USA
Oakland County’s Favorite Summer Festival Celebrating Art, Music, Cuisine and Humanity returns August 29-September 1, 2014.
Now in its 17th year, Ford Arts, Beats & Eats Presented by FirstMerit Bank takes place in Downtown Royal Oak. The festival will offer more than 200 performances on ten stages, a highly ranked Juried Fine Arts Show, local restaurants with some of the finest cuisine in metro Detroit and international, regional and local attractions that will make the city of Royal Oak the premier destination for Labor Day weekend 2014.
The Cinetopia International Film Festival is honored to welcome groundbreaking auteur Spike Lee for a special 25th anniversary screening of his film Do the Right Thing at the Michigan Theater on Friday, June 6. This invite-only event is made possible by a generous Michigan Theater …
The Fabulous Royal Oak Clay, Glass and Metal Show features an amazing diversity of work within the flame worked mediums....
The Royal Oak Clay, Glass and Metal Show features an amazing diversity of work within the flame worked mediums. Patrons are often surprised to see just how different artists are able to add their own spin on creative functional and decorative items. Our jurors work to find the most diversity possible so that you can see everything from basic plates to elaborate installations.
JUNE 14-15, 2014
Downtown Royal Oak, MI
Each year as many as twelve artists are selected to demonstrate so that you can more fully understand the work you are seeing. Live glass blowing, wheel throwing and metal working make this event unique.
Our friends Loren, Mary Kay and Tony aka The Dogs are playing 2 shows at the 2014 SXSW Music and Film Festival March 7 - 16, 2014 • Austin, TX. The Dogs are really good...if you are hanging out in Austin ..don't miss this band...lot's of folks talk about punk and talk about back in the day...but these 3 people are happening right NOW...and they do Detroit rock like nobody's business...
This is the real Detroit rock ala The Stooges and MC-5 a resurgence of this Iconic three piece band that is still as raw and fresh as it was in 1978.
Once upon a time in mid-'70s Los Angeles, THE DOGS surreptitiously were lumped into the Do It Yourself ethos of the nascent punk scene, ironic since they had zoomed past all that before they even relocated there and started their High Times rehearsal/recording commune and Detroit Records label on Gower Street in Hollywood.
They'd already fashioned same as teenagers in the late '60s without industry connections, blowing the locals and visitors alike offstage in all the important venues of the Detroit/Ann Arbor/Lansing radius, later accomplishing same in Greenwich Village, New York City '74 where their punk community sure noticed what THE DOGS were doing, even if the rest of the entertainment world remained deaf, blind and moronically obstructionist.