The Dark Horse Brewery Staff Brew-Off was Saturday, February 20, 2016, in the Beer Garten. The Snow Sculptures were missing because of the balmy temperature, but the ice sculptures were pretty amazing — although not naughty but definitely impressive.
The Detroit Historical Museum is on Woodward and is quietly waiting for you to discover it. It is a bucket list item you need to move to the top of the list.
Eric Freitas is keeping the craft of clock making alive in Michigan and his latest creation is a work of art will have you thinking of Leonardo da Vinci.
Promising the fury of the frost giants, FebruFury delivered unstoppable Michigan metal from Imminent Sonic Destruction, Hate Unbound, From Blue To Gray and Kilbury Unit.
A hungry crowd of rock fans devoured a powerful night of blues infused rock from the Mike Leslie Band and outstanding supporting acts
Erin Zindle and her brother TJ from Ann Arbor’s Ragbirds stopped over to the Rumpus Room in Chelsea, Michigan for a concert to benefit Project 418.
The Canton Brew Works and Chefs Jason Osburn and Brandon O’Sullivan served some excellent beer and food during their Pop-Up Dinner in January. If you are unfamiliar with the Pop-Up Dinner concept, it is a temporary restaurant to provide new chefs exposure. For this Pop-Dinner, Canton Brew Works which typically doesn’t serve food, teamed up with two excellent chefs to provide dinner and beer.
When we heard that Tri-City Brewing was hosting the Bay City Acoustic Music fest this year, we locked in our weekend plans to head up to the thumb. We’ve been fans of Tri-City beer for a while and being able to combine good beer and music is always a hit with us.
The Detroit Auto show (aka North American International Auto Show) is back in full swing at the remodeled Cobo Center in Detroit.
The opening for the GIG: The Art of Michigan Music was on Friday, January 15, 2016, at the Ann Arbor Art Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The exhibit spotlights the artists behind the music scene and also give patrons the immersive experience of the diverse Michigan music scene from promotion to performance.
As the opening for GIG: The Art of Michigan Music fast approaches, we are continuing to introduce you to a few of the wonderful artists who make GIG special.
After hearing that Ann Arbor’s Chris Dupont would be playing in town over at Johnny’s Speakeasy on January 2nd, 2016, we thought this would be a fine time for our first visit to the Speakeasy. Not only did we get to see Chris in a wonderful intimate setting, but had the bonus of catching Chicago’s Frances Luke Accord.
Life In Michigan is proud to sponsor GIG: The Art of Michigan Music, an exhibit at the Ann Arbor Art Center. The opening reception is on January 15th 2016 from 6-9 pm. The exhibition runs through January 30th2015 at the 117 Gallery in Ann Arbor. Jeremy Wheeler will spin Michigan Music and Dark Horse Brewing is providing the beer for the reception.
GIG: The Art of Michigan Music is designed to give music fans the immersive experience of the diverse Michigan music scene from promotion to performance. Some of the artwork will be on sale and is sure to please music fans as well as art lovers.
Best of Life In Michigan 2015 recap of some of our most cherished memories from the year — Auroras, Sunsets, Bluegrass, Steampunk, Mushroom Houses, Dog sledding, Snowshoeing, fermentation and 4 Elf!
The Detroit Urban Craft Fair showcases over 100 artists selling fantastic Michigan made products at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan. Check out the post to discover the great arts and crafts in Michigan.