Visual Art

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey ‘Art, Beats + Lyrics’ tour headed to Detroit

The 20th annual event celebrates art, hip-hop, and cocktails in Eastern Market

By Lee DeVito

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Art, Beats + Lyrics festival, which is headed to Detroit’s Eastern Market in March. The event includes visual art, hip-hop, and cocktails...

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15 things to do in Detroit this weekend (Feb. 23-25)

It’s already the end of February; if you haven’t gotten out of the house much yet this year, it’s time. Whether you’re…

By Layla McMurtrie


Le Mélange de Gala

When: Feb. 24 from 6-9 p.m.
Where: Extra Crispy Studios
What: An immersive sensory museum
Who: Curated by Marshele Parker, also known as 29
Why: It definitely sounds interesting and unique. It’s a sensory museum that immerses people in fashion, live art, and Detroit's youngest techno talent.
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20 things to do in Detroit this weekend (Feb. 16-18)

Many people are busy on Valentine’s Day, so you and your lover may need to have some fun together on the weekend…

By Layla McMurtrie


Visionary Night

When: Feb. 17 from 6-8:30 p.m.
Where: The Commons
What: An open mic and art event
Who: The Vision Detroit
Why: The stage will be open for performers of any kind, plus art supplies will be provided for anyone who wants to chill and draw while enjoying the show.
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Detroit gets naughty at the Dirty Show 2024 [NSFW PHOTOS]

The 24th annual Dirty Show kicked off on Friday night at Detroit’s Russell Industrial Center. The Valentine’s Day tradition saw erotic art…

By Josh Justice

Friday, Feb. 9.
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25 things to do in Detroit this weekend (Feb. 9-11)

This weekend is great if you want to meet new friends, as there are many community-centered events happening that are perfect for…

By Layla McMurtrie


BLKLUV: The 10-year Anniversary Show

When: Feb. 9 at 8 p.m.
Where: Aretha’s Jazz Cafe
What: A show of poetry, music, comedy, and more
Who: Hosted by Joel Fluent Greene with beats by Drake Phifer
Why: Celebrate Black History Month and Valentine’s Day at once by supporting local Black performers and vendors alongside your lover.
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February 21, 2024

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