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WSU senior graphics show ‘You Are Here’ opens

WSU senior graphics show ‘You Are Here’ opens

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Senior graphic design students revealed their projects centered on the theme of journey, place and self-exploration. The show runs May 6-7 at …

DeMarco’s ‘This Old Dog’ is signature, introspective listening

DeMarco’s ‘This Old Dog’ is signature, introspective listening

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Mac DeMarco tackles the essentials like regret, love and daddy issues with surprisingly grown-up candor on his latest album “This Old Dog.”

A conversation with punk sisters Skating Polly

A conversation with punk sisters Skating Polly

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Skating Polly is coming to the Magic Stick on May 14, so learn why they make music and why they’re excited to visit Detroit.

WSU professor creates book on Detroit music

WSU professor creates book on Detroit music

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“Heaven Was Detroit,” published by the Wayne State University Press, features essays from different writers about their experiences with Detro…

‘Narcos’ creator speaks at MOCAD

‘Narcos’ creator speaks at MOCAD

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Creator of the Netflix original series “Narcos” spoke to the museum crowd about the creative process of television.

Light Box event features Detroit artists

Light Box event features Detroit artists

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Visual and performance art venue Light Box presents an evening of local and foreign artists. 

Detroit shops celebrate Record Store Day

Detroit shops celebrate Record Store Day

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Grab some fresh vinyl in celebration of Record Store Day on April 22 – and maybe see a famous face or two.

Road to Mo Pop kicks off

Road to Mo Pop kicks off

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Get ready for Mo Pop, one of Detroit’s biggest festivals, with a series of concerts leading up to the big weekend.

Italian Film Festival USA coming to Wayne State

Italian Film Festival USA coming to Wayne State

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The festival will feature comedies, dramas, experimental cinema and more at different locations around metro Detroit.

Protest songs fueling movements then and now

Protest songs fueling movements then and now

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Musical historian at Wayne State and Detroit artist talk protest songs from Detroit to Washington D.C. 

FDMO spring fashion show returns for 15th year

FDMO spring fashion show returns for 15th year

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Experience the changing fashion world through the designs of 10 local designers on April 29. 

GQWSU to host inclusive music showcase on campus

GQWSU to host inclusive music showcase on campus

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Local LGBT musicians will be giving a free performance at St. Andrew’s Hall on April 13.

Wayne State chamber music course to hold recital

Wayne State chamber music course to hold recital

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Students in the chamber music class will perform an end of semester concert on April 24.

Detroit Free Press reporter uncovers Detroit bankruptcy

Detroit Free Press reporter uncovers Detroit bankruptcy

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Nathan Bomey talks about his book Detroit Resurrected: To Bankruptcy and Back and sheds a new light on the ins-and-outs of the Detroit bankruptcy

Student trio attracts attention at MHRFC

Student trio attracts attention at MHRFC

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String Avenue, a musical trio from Wayne State, earns campus-wide recognition for their weekly performances for the patrons of the campus fitn…

New York Times film critic to give lecture at DFT

New York Times film critic to give lecture at DFT

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Film critic A.O. Scott will hold the talk “Better Living Through Criticism” on March 24 on the purpose and value of criticism.

Marche du Nain Rouge moves beyond the corridor

Marche du Nain Rouge moves beyond the corridor

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Annual festival will again celebrate the defeat of the Nain Rouge along the Cass Corridor and beyond on March 26.

WSU and UDM collaborate on African culture show

WSU and UDM collaborate on African culture show

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The ROOTS culture show will be a celebration of African and Caribbean heritage through the effort of two universities taking place on March 25.

Detroit’s art and culture programs at risk under Trump

Detroit’s art and culture programs at risk under Trump

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Arts and culture programs in Wayne State’s community are set to face consequential losses due to proposed federal budget cuts.