Downtown Ann Arbor

Votes for Women 100: A Suffrage Celebration

“In humanity, to believe in a thing means to get up and to do something.” - Jessie Phelps, co-founder of the Michigan state Normal College (now Eastern Michigan University) Equal Suffrage League. In 1920, women across Washtenaw County and the entire United States celebrated the ratification of the…

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58th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival

The Ann Arbor Film Festival is nearly upon us! March 24-29, 2020 marks the 58th year for the longest-running avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America, fouded in 1963. Since its inception, thousands of influential filmmakers and artists have showcased early work at the AAFF…

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Great Minds Think A Lot: Khadija B. Wallace

In October 2019, as Khadija B. Wallace’s grandkids candied apples that would be delivered as a “thank you for your business” gift to several clients of Joyful Treats – Wallace’s Ypsilanti-based catering service – the original vision for the company was made manifest. “The idea was, this would be our…

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An Unexpected Art Destination: Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti is positively bursting with arts and culture. One thing you may not know about Ypsilanti is just how many art galleries, rotating art displays, arts festivals, and art-focused shops we have. There is always somewhere to view – and purchase - the latest from local artists, and beautiful and…

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Winter Fun on U-M Campus

The holiday season has come and gone, but winter is only beginning here in Ann Arbor. Despite the gloomier forecast, there are still plenty of things to do around the University of Michigan campus when it’s chilly outside. Here are a few of our favorites: Catch a Flick Curl up in a chair with some…

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