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Friday, July 20, 2012

Weekend Hit List

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Friday 20th

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  • The Ann Arbor Art Fairs

    It’s almost time for the annual migration of more than 500,000 visitors to the Ann Arbor Art Fair. A collective of four unique fairs spanning the course of four days, the event encompasses everything... [READ MORE]

  • Liars

    From their beginnings as art students and record shop employees in Los Angeles, to their record deal with Mute Records, the 1970s-British-post- punk-inspired Liars have taken to the road to show off... [READ MORE]

  • Menage a Detroit: Three Generations of Expressionist Art in Detroit 1970-2012

    These are your final days to see two linked stellar shows. Menage a Detroit: Three Generations of Expressionist Art in Detroit 1970-2012 follows the gritty, exuberant energy of the Cass Corridor artists... [READ MORE]

  • Jim Pallas: Art Giants in Detroit

    These are your final days to see two linked stellar shows. Menage a Detroit: Three Generations of Expressionist Art in Detroit 1970-2012 follows the gritty, exuberant energy of the Cass Corridor artists... [READ MORE]

  • Identity Festival

    In much the same way that the circus rolls into town bringing exotic animals, elite entertainers and, inevitably, a freak or two, Identity, a traveling electronic music festival, rolls into Pontiac this... [READ MORE]

  • Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas

    Magic Bag: with The Handgrenades & Fawn [READ MORE]

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Saturday 21st

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  • Infinity People

    Park Bar: American kosmische music-freak rock revue-astral soul-spiritual-musical commune and revival [READ MORE]

  • Elzhi

    Detroit’s own Elzhi (aka Jason Powers) accomplished something special in 2011: He remixed Nas’ Illmatic — one of the most revered hip-hop albums of all time — into Elmatic, a stunning re-imagining... [READ MORE]

  • The Vatican, Pewter Cub, Walking Beat, Maria Rose and the Swiss Kicks

    It’s a battle of the buzz at Small’s, as some of metro Detroit’s most-talked-about bands prepare to get down and dirty. It seems as if every other band around here is raving about the Vatican,... [READ MORE]

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