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Hummus Heartland

Wed., Jan. 18, 6 p.m.

Framed by WDET sponsored this photography show that’s focused on something we all love: hummus. The dish brings families, friends, and neighbors together in metro Detroit, a place that’s home to thousands of families of Middle Eastern descent. Photographer Marvin Shaouni and radio producer Zak Rosen curated four stories through visual and oral storytelling with 16 original prints that represent four different families. You can also listen to their stories via a mobile app. The show is on display until Feb. 5. Starts at 6 p.m.; 10345 Joseph Campau Ave., Hamtramck; framedbywdet.org; free.

Bank Suey (map)
10345 Joseph Campau Ave
Hamtramck

Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening: A Winter Star Talk

Wed., Jan. 18, 7:15 p.m.

It’s cold, you’re bored, and you’re sick of going bowling. Why not stop by the Planetarium at Henry Ford College for a walk in the woods. Nicely, this walk will be seated and take place indoors. You’ll get a look into the wintry sky while learning about the fiery balls of gas that light it up. Best part? It’s free. Free

Henry Ford Community College (map)
5101 Evergreen
Greater Dearborn Area
phone (313) 845-9817

North American International Auto Show

Tue., Jan. 17, 9 a.m., Wed., Jan. 18, 9 a.m., Thu., Jan. 19, 9 a.m., Fri., Jan. 20, 9 a.m. and Sat., Jan. 21, 9 a.m.

We could go on about the fancy, ridiculously priced vehicles that will be on display at the North American International Auto Show, but where’s the fun in that? The Auto Show is housed at the Cobo Center, where it’s usually really hot and you have to hold your jacket the whole time. There’s generally no food in there, which makes us question why the whole thing takes place. Oh yeah, cars. Doors open at 9 a.m. daily; 1 Washington Blvd., Detroit; naias.com; for tickets call 248-283-5173; tickets are adults 13 and older are $13, seniors 65 and older are $7, and children 12 to 7 are $7 and children 6 and younger are free. $7-$13

Cobo Center (map)
One Washington Blvd.
Greater Detroit Area
phone (313) 877-8777
North American International Auto Show

Conscious Resonance Sound Immersion

Sundays, 4 p.m.
Contact@ConsciousResonance.com

Experience the carefully attuned vibrations as they take you on a journey within to rejuvenate your soul. A Conscious Resonance sound immersion utilizes specially selected musical instruments including crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, gongs, drums, and more. These instruments are delicately blended with the human voice and sounds of the natural world. As a participant, you may experience heightened states of awareness, calmness, euphoria, and long-term transformation. Please bring a pillow, blanket or yoga mat for your comfort. $10

http://www.ConsciousResonance.com

The Charles Boles Quartet

Tuesdays, 6 p.m.
phone 313-882-5299

Charles Boles is an internationally known conductor and music director, who has worked with such absolute greats like Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, B.B. King, and other notable acts. The quartet performs during the dinner rush every Tuesday at the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe in Grosse Pointe Farms. Free

http://www.dirtydogjazz.com/EventDetail/?id=6370
Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe (map)
97 Kercheval Ave.
Greater Detroit Area
phone (313) 882-5299
The Charles Boles Quartet

Marcus Elliot Quartet

Tuesdays, 8 p.m.
phone 313-961-2543

Saxophonist/ composer/ educator Marcus Elliot is gaining recognition for his imaginative improvising, and thoughtful voice on the saxophone. Elliot performs professionally as part of the Detroit Jazz scene, where he has been practicing and composing the music that you will hear every Tuesday night at Cliff Bell's. Free

http://www.cliffbells.com
Cliff Bell's (map)
2030 Park Ave.
Downtown Detroit
phone (313) 961-2543 (FAX); (313)
Marcus Elliot Quartet
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