I think Detroit gets a bad rap. Yes, the city is in economic crisis. But, there’s an opportunity here to see what a city can do to… Read more “Detroit, MI”
The Fillmore Theater is a finely decorated and suitable location for a show as well done as The Moth. If you haven’t had a listen, head over to their website to hear some free amazing storytelling- no props, no notes, just ordinary people up on the stage one at a time telling true 15 minute stories for this non-profit, Peabody-winning show keeping old fashioned storytelling alive. An added bonus was Erin Zindle, the fiddle player from the Ragbirds– absolutely enchanting. Millions and millions of dollars spent every year on big fancy movies and special effects and here were 1300 people at the Fillmore last night, and at points we were all laughing in an uproar, wiping tears or completely rapt in silence waiting to hear the outcome of these stories. I loved it.
Smart conversation, solving problems of the world (and Detroit) and catching up and three desserts split three ways with two of my favorite people. Thanks!
Oh Zingerman’s Deli, how do I love you so? Let me count the ways: balsamic truffles, BBQ chicken salad, homemade mac and cheese, spice pumpkin cupcake with… Read more “Ann Arbor, MI”
As performed by Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers on Letterman.
Intelligent, entertaining and beautiful. I enjoyed this documentary immensely! ‘180° SOUTH is the story of one of the most unique and prolific environmentalists of our time -Yvon… Read more “180 Degrees South”
I didn’t even scratch the surface, the density of work on display in Graphic Design: Now in Production at the Walker is thick and absorbing. aesthetic apparatus… Read more “Graphic Design at the Walker”