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Ladies Sexy Night Out

Thursdays, 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
phone 313-646-3040

It's time to dance! Come out and join the fun in Corktown with drink specials, great dance music and awesome spirits. Get your girls together and party to the latest in Latin, Dance and Top 40. - No Cover Charge - 21+ with proper ID - Music by Dj Angel Live - Free parking - 2 floors of dance and mingle - Kitchen Open Late Free!
Corktown Tavern (map)
1716 Michigan Ave.
phone (313) 964-5103

Trap Glow Party

Fri., Feb. 22, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
phone 586-834-7399

Sodalis Productions Presents: Trap Glow Party Dancing, Glow in the Dark Body Paint Models, Raffles, Glow Sticks, Games & More. Booths & Free Birthdays. Hosted by DIZMANTLE & REIGN Sounds by DJ Coolbreeze $10 Advance tickets will be higher at the door get tickets on $10
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The Mega 80s

Sat., Feb. 23, 8 p.m. and Sat., March 2, 8 p.m.


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Magic Bag (map)
22920 Woodward Ave.
Downtown Ferndale
phone 248-544-1991;
The Mega 80s

Detroit Zumba All Stars presents the Black & White Party

Fri., March 1, 7-8:30 p.m.
phone 313-971-8399

The Detroit Zumba All Stars are back and this time around the theme is BLACK & WHITE. We will not only have Zumba Fitness Instructors represented but MixxedFit Fitness Instructors as well as Dance Fitness Instructors. There will be 15 instructors from Detroit to Flint to Rochester and St Clair Shores. There will be a raffel for fitness prizes as well as Free Personal Training w/Marius , who doesn’t like free fitness stuff? Get creative with it because there will be prizes for the best black and white outfit. FREE PARKING $15-$20
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International Institute (map)
111 East Kirby
Greater Detroit Area
phone (313) 871-8600; (313) - (FAX)

Paczki Run

Sat., March 2, 10 a.m.

We're so lucky to have so many Polish people here in metro Detroit, who brought the beloved paczek and a decidedly sweet take on the "Fat Tuesday" celebration, the day of feast that comes before Lent. Before you indulge, you can hit Tour de Troit's annual Paczki Run 5K to do something that might help assuage some of the guilt from the following Tuesday's festivities. As usual, everyone who finishes the race gets a paczek and a beer — you deserve it. free

Marche du Nain Rouge

Sun., March 24, 12 p.m.

You did it. You made it through the winter. Now it's time to ring in the spring with a uniquely Detroit celebration. In the past decade, Detroit boosters have revived the old folktale of the Nain Rouge, or the "Red Dwarf" — a mischievous imp that, as legend has it, cursed city founder Antoine Cadillac and his city, even appearing at other times during its history as a harbinger of doom. In the modern interpretation of the tale, revelers chase out the Nain by donning costumes in a celebration that has been described as a Motor City Mardis Gras. It's an anything-goes fest: There is even a pro-Nain faction that believes the little guy is being unfairly scapegoated, and protests every year. No matter: Whether you fear the "Red Devil" or "Support the Short," everyone tends to get pretty drunk either way. Free

Traffic Jam & Snug (map)
511 W. Canfield
phone (313) 831-9470


Thu., March 28, 6 p.m.

L!FE Leaders, Inc. is a leadership & career development program for middle school and high school students that uses business skill training to find your voice, establish goals and action plans for achievement while immersed in real life work experiences. Using hand-on, experiential programming, L!FE teaches essential life and career skills: Networking, Finding One’s Own Voice, Marketing, Public Speaking, Financial Acumen, Self-confidence, Presentation Skills, Business Etiquette and more. Honorary hosts, Senator Debbie Stabenow, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Lauri Maher, Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller, and the rest of the L!FE Leaders, Inc. Gala host committee, cordially invite you to the inaugural L!FE Leaders, Inc. Gala celebrating education and the audacity to achieve at a performance of Hamilton. All Gala levels include: Complimentary Valet Strolling dinner at the historical Fisher Theatre, curated by renowned Chef Marcus Samuelsson (The Red Rooster, Harlem) Prime orchestra seating available Post-performance conversation with the Hamilton cast hosted by Detroit's own Jeffrey Seller, multiple Tony Award winning producer of Hamilton, Rent, Avenue Q, and more Champagne & Dessert Reception $500

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Fisher Theatre (map)
3011 W. Grand Blvd.
New Center
phone 313-872-1000

Tenebrous Tea

Sat., April 13, 2-4:30 p.m.
phone 313-757-1283
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Victorian-style tea and historical look at “all things death” including the evolution of mourning and burial customs, early 20th century fascination with spiritualism and the occult, local attempts to connect with the dead, ominous legends, lore and more. Christopher Bogucki, paranormal illusionist and man of the unusual, adds a touch of Black Magic with his Victorian parlor tricks and peculiar collection of curiosities and oddities. Special appearance by Nina Innsted, host of "Already Gone" true crime podcast. $37
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King David Grand Lodge (map)
114 Erskine St.
Greater Detroit Area
phone () -; () (FAX)
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