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  • Detroit's Earl Klugh turns 61
  • Detroit's Earl Klugh turns 61

    What about the softer side of our fair city? Take smooth jazzman Earl Klugh, who's closer to a pop guy these days than the jazzer who played with Lateef back in the day. But there's a kind of sweetness to Klugh: the soft-spoken manner, the gentle guitar phrasing, the loose V-neck sweater.
    • Sep 15, 2014
  • Avant-garde pianist Matthew Shipp plays Wednesday
  • Avant-garde pianist Matthew Shipp plays Wednesday

    Heavyweight avant pianist Matthew Shipp comes to Trinosophes, Detroit's home for improvisational and experimental music, on Wednesday.
    • Sep 15, 2014
  • Detroit's newest unwanted savior: Dome Homes
  • Detroit's newest unwanted savior: Dome Homes

    The latest contender for the role of Detrosavior is a fellow who goes by the name David Apollo, and he proposes to save the city of Detroit with dome architecture. In fact, he's a finalist in National Geographic's Expedition Granted, despite the fact that his video pitch apparently has no audio, and no description of what he aims to do.
    • Sep 12, 2014
  • Tonight: Support local LGBTQ youth at CCS
  • Tonight: Support local LGBTQ youth at CCS

    • Sep 12, 2014
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