Movies

‘Lux Æterna’ explores ideas of gender, power, and spectatorship on a witchy midnight movie film set

By George Elkind

Witches provide the central thread of Lux Æterna, a 51-minute experimental French-language work by Gaspar Noé that opens at Cinema Detroit this weekend. (Produced in 2019, it seems to have scored a U.S. release in conjunction to his more recent feature, the dementia-centered Vortex, which is currently playing in a brief run at the Historic Howell Theater, but nowhere nearer for the time being.)

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This $1.5 million Southfield mid-century modern home once belonged to a famed opera singer

This Southfield estate is named after the original owner Ara Berberian, a famed opera singer whose career included performances with the Michigan…

By Alex Washington

This $1.5 million Southfield mid-century modern home once belonged to a famed opera singer
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Everything we saw at Tech N9ne’s ‘The Asin9ne Tour’ stop in Detroit

Rapper Tech N9ne made his return to Detroit with his latest tour, The Asin9ne Tour, on Saturday night at The Fillmore Detroit.…

By Josh Justice

All the Technicians we saw at Tech N9ne's 'The Asin9ne Tour' stop in Detroit
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All the cosplayers and comic book fans we saw at Motor City Comic Con 2022

Motor City Comic Con returned to the Suburban Collection Showcase in Novi this weekend. Cosplayers, vendors, and fans from all genres of…

By Josh Justice

All the cosplayers and comic fans we saw at Motor City Comic Con 2022
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This $525K home is a mini castle in Detroit’s University District

Some people might think castles only exist in the countryside, but this one sits in University District on Detroit's westside. The turret-style…

By Alex Washington

This $525K home is a mini castle in Detroit’s University District
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