The audience was utterly spellbound by the sharp clear and absolutely precise synergy of the dancers, not just with each other, but their physical representation of nature, as it effects the growth and nourishment of sustenance, the life and death of RICE. The food of life.
Detroit hip-hop artist Phat Kat steadily has had a career full of quality records, but still never got all the credit he deserved. The acclaim he d...
In an age when global competencies are seen as a critical component of a holistic education, exposure to different people's arts is a powerful way to connect and learn about each other.
Its success is real and tangible. You can witness art in various forms glow right under your eyes, and see how art really is a street expression in its best form. Over 60 percent of the performing artists at the 104 are not French.
The duo of Kimberly Freeman and Jason Rufuss Sewell are musical nomads of sorts and their band One-Eyed Doll cannot be held in any one place at any time. It's a band vivid with shades of musicality that are not often ventured into by many which paint a bright picture in your mind.
The last few weeks have been a celebration of sorts of the life and work of Steve Jobs, founder of Apple. What hasn't been widely talked about is the message Jobs made about the new economy and the call for a truly hands-on interdisciplinary education.
It is a FREE and great opportunity to meet new people while working out! Hosted by Celebrity Series of Boston, "Let's Dance/Bailemos Boston" is a fun-filled, family event encouraging individuals of all ages and dance backgrounds to join talented musicians for five consecutive nights under the city lights.
The five-piece hard rock band represents a new face of Detroit, where the working man's attitude encompasses the fiber of their music, while still giving you a sense that there's hope and determination in a city that was once lost, but is now gaining some steam from the people.
With their latest release, The Marvelous Missing Link: Found, ICP renews its faith in a world flooded with all sorts of crazy acts and events, where understanding is constantly needed.
She speaks to us about the gallery, her curatorial goals and the concepts behind her recent and upcoming exhibitions at the gallery.
Last Saturday, the Motörhead tour came through Detroit at The Fillmore along with thrash metal pioneers Anthrax and a newer face of hard rock Crobot. It was loud. It was rock-n-roll! The crowd was a sea of metal t-shirts, denim, and black, with an audience of all ages causing all sorts of ruckus.
It's been a few years since we've heard new music from Flint Eastwood, the Detroit-based project headed by the multitalented Jax Anderson. Mixing a little bit of the old with the new, Flint Eastwood stands out like a breath of fresh air in the rough and ruggedness of our great city.
Thursday, September 17th Robert Miller Gallery in Chelsea opens Nuevos Colores, a group show highlighting Cuban artists across generations and working in a diverse range of mediums.
There are the many challenges facing arts institutions today, from marked declines in subscription sales and arts education in our public schools to rapid increases in new forms of entertainment and electronic distribution of artistic product.
Of the new faces emerging from the Detroit hip-hop scene, Nolan The Ninja is arising quickly as one of the city's next notable names.