Arts & Entertainment
Music, performing arts, painting and more.
A portion of proceeds will benefit Clarkston SCAMP, a five-week summer day camp for children and young adults with special needs.
The Motown pop hit debuted on airwaves almost exactly 50 years ago, and Martha Reeves is embarking on a world tour to commemorate it.
Monthly workshops for families to play, learn, and create! Different projects offered each month. Parents
At the Bistro Garden, is a new musical taking place at Two Muses Theatre Sept 26- Oct 19. Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, and Sunday at 2 PM.
Former Detroit Free Press entertainment writer to sign “Dark Lady of Hollywood” copies in West Bloomfield, support Roeper Scholarship Fund.
Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders can enjoy National Museum Month with free admission this weekend.
Works by 140 artists will offered for sale at the juried festival, which supports the Institute for the Arts and Education.
Cinema Siren says: Spectacular Simians should make Dawn the brightest of summer blockbusters.
ABC is looking for contestants with charm, style and personality for the next season of the reality programs.
Cinema Siren gives it 5 stars, saying it's fierier than the first, with twice the dragons.
Already an Olympic champion after a stunning gold-medal performance with Charlie White at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, Meryl Davis went after the Mirror Ball trophy on DWTS.
On the first night of a two-night season finale, one couple on the 18th season of ‘DWTS’ was sent home.
Michigan is on full-on DVR spoiler alert this week. Meryl Davis is looking for a Mirror Ball trophy from “Dancing with the Stars,” while Jena Irene Asciutto looks for a single and a reco
One half of Michigan’s Olympic gold-medal ice dancing team was voted off “Dancing with the Stars” Monday.
Early registration earns 25 percent more chips, and there’s special incentive for attendees 21-25.
There are four chances to see the beloved musical satire May 1-3.
"Bears," in theaters April 18, combines beautiful footage with a style and story accessible to children, making it a success for the whole family.
Get ready to see the real-life story about a boy who says he went to Heaven. Sponsored by Sony.
'Rio 2' opens in movie theaters this weekend.
Film debuts in theaters this weekend; rated PG-13.