Friday, April 28, 2023

Win Tickets to See Mac Ayres at The Majestic Theatre

Who: Mac Ayres

What: Playing The Majestic Theatre on May 6th, 2023.

Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 the day of the show and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Mac.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on May 5th, 2023.

Win Tickets to See Theo Katzman at St. Andrew's Hall

What: Playing St.Andrew's Hall on May 6th, 2023.

Tickets are $30 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Theo.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on May 5th, 2023.

Hip In Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: April 28 - 30

Friday, April 28th - Tigra, Wild Shape, and Stacey Macleod @ Bowlero: Bowlero has another great free show lined up for you this weekend! Friday night they will welcome Wild Shape, Tigra, and Stacey Macleod to the lounge. This is your chance to see two newer bands to the scene, Tigra and Wild Shape, and a rare solo set by Stacey from Dear Darkness. The fun starts at 9 p.m. Click here for set times. 

Friday, April 28th - Hip-Prov @ One Night Stans: By now you've definitely heard us talk about Hip-Prov and how much we love it. This Friday night, you have a chance to experience this fun event for yourself. Host Tam White will bring the show to One Night Stans in Waterford this weekend and she has a great lineup joining her. It includes Josh McDaniel, Joe Aasim, Kathryn Gonsior, Bret Hayden, guest judge Michael McDaniel, and of course, beatboxer Stevie Soul. Things kick off at 9:30 p.m. and tickets are $15. Get yours here. Can't make it this weekend? Hip-Prov hits the stage at Planet Ant monthly. Head over to their Facebook page and give them a follow to stay in the loop on where you can catch them next. 

Saturday, April 29th - Brenda, Brood X, and Pink Spit @ The Old Miami: This Saturday night you have a chance to see Brenda along with Brood X from Cleveland and a new Detroit powerhouse band, Pink Spit. This is the debut show for Pink Spit, which features Nick Lloyd on drums (The Dirtys/Radio Burns), Sean Shea on guitar/vocals (Find Familiar/Macramé Tiger), Johnny LZR on synth (Human Eye/ Conspiracy of Owls), Doug Dietrich on bass (Bad Magnets/The Sunburns), and Nick Cicchetti on guitar/vocals (Radio Burns/Millions of Brazilians/Racehorses are Resources). Cover to see these three bands is only $5. Doors open at 8 p.m. 

Saturday, April 29th - Stephie James @ UFO Factory: Stephie James returns to Detroit this Saturday night to play UFO Factory. Joining her are Craig Brown Band and Via Mardot. Tickets for this show are $10 in advance or cover is $15 at the door. Pick up your tickets in advance here. Doors open at 9 p.m.

Saturday, April 29th - The Witches @ Small's: Apparently Saturday is the night for great shows this weekend and Small's is getting in on the action. The Witches will grace the stage at Small's along with Winds of Neptune and Dark Red. 21+ are welcome, doors open at 8 p.m. and $10 gets you in. 


Thursday, April 27, 2023

Win Tickets to See Peezy at St. Andrew's Hall

Who: Peezy

What: Play at St. Andrew's Hall on May 5th, 2023

Tickets are $30 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Peezy.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on May 4th, 2023.

Detroit Women of Comedy Festival Showcases Local and National Talent with Diverse Perspectives

The Detroit Women of Comedy Festival is back and ready to showcase a diverse range of comedic talent! Taking place on May 19th and 20th at the Planet Ant Theatre and the Independent Comedy Club in Hamtramck, the festival promises to be a dynamic and inclusive event for all.

Since its inception in 2018, the Detroit Women of Comedy Festival has been committed to honoring and elevating marginalized voices across a spectrum of genders and identities. With over 50 acts across 2 stages, the festival features a range of comedy styles, including improv, stand-up, sketch, podcasts, alt-comedy, and workshops.

The festival's headliners include stand-up comedian Kate Willett, improv duo Bottle of Red, stand-up comedian Roni Shanell, stand-up comedian COCO, and improv troupe Improvised Jane Austen. These talented performers represent just a small fraction of the incredible talent that will be showcased at the festival, as they will be joined by more than 50 talented performers from both Detroit and across North America.

In addition to platforming marginalized voices in comedy, the Detroit Women of Comedy Festival is also dedicated to supporting the local community. Proceeds from the festival will directly support Detroit-based non-profits providing arts education and services for at-risk populations. This year's beneficiaries are the Ruth Ellis Center, Detroit Creativity Project, and Planet Ant.

The Detroit Women of Comedy Festival is a celebration of creativity and community that should not be missed. Tickets and more information are available now at Come out and join them for a weekend of laughter, joy, and community-building.


Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Discover the Delicious Diversity of Detroit Shipping Company's Six Unique Restaurants

Looking for a fun and unique dining experience in Detroit? Look no further than Detroit Shipping Company, home to six distinct restaurants, each offering their own unique take on street food from around the world.

Bangkok 96 Street Food, Coop Caribbean Chicken, Momo Cha, Halal Street, -320 Coffee & Creamery, and Motor Burger are the six eateries housed within this one-of-a-kind food hall and beer garden. With such a diverse range of options, there's truly something for everyone. And if you're dining with a group, sharing a few different dishes is a great way to try a little bit of everything.

Not only is the food at Detroit Shipping Company delicious, but the space itself is a work of art. The 10,000 square foot structure was constructed using 21 refurbished shipping containers, giving it a unique industrial feel. The building is two levels, with half of it being indoor and the other half outdoor. There's even a gallery curated by Disco Walls and live entertainment throughout the week, including music, DJs, and comedy. 

And let's not forget about the drinks. Detroit Shipping Company has three bars featuring custom cocktails, a rotating draft beer selection, and over 40 canned craft beers. It's the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends after a long day.

So if you're looking for a fun and unique dining experience in Detroit, make sure to check out Detroit Shipping Company and its six amazing restaurants. With its cool industrial vibe, live entertainment, and delicious food and drinks, it's the perfect spot to spend an evening with friends. And with spring hours now in effect, you have even more opportunities to enjoy everything Detroit Shipping Company has to offer.


Win Tickets to See Father John Misty wsg Butch Bastard in Grand Rapids

What: Playing GLC Live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids on Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023

Tickets are $36-$65 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Father.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on May 1st, 2023.

Win Tickets to See City and Colour in Grand Rapids

What: Playing at GLC Live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids on May 3rd, 2023

Tickets are $33-$60 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Colour.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on May 2nd, 2023.

Monday, April 24, 2023

Win Tickets to See Father John Misty wsg Butch Bastard at The Masonic Temple

What: Playing The Masonic Temple on May 1st, 2023

Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 the day of the show and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Misty.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on April 30th, 2023.

A New Foodie Gem in Pontiac: Exploring the Menu and Atmosphere at Dogwood's Kitchen & Bar

Hey Metro Detroit foodies, have you heard about the new spot in Pontiac that everyone's buzzing about? It's called Dogwood's Kitchen & Bar, and it's the brainchild of Chef Oscar Gonzalez. For Oscar, cooking isn't just about creating delicious meals, it's about bringing people together and fostering a sense of community. This philosophy is evident in every aspect of the restaurant, from the menu to the atmosphere.

Growing up, Oscar's grandmother instilled in him a love for fresh ingredients and the joy of sharing meals with loved ones. For her, food was the centerpiece of everything they did. She even had a special love for the Dogwood tree, which she saw as a symbol of shelter, gatherings, and a place where many could come together to enjoy a meal. It's this same spirit of community and hospitality that Oscar hopes to embody in Dogwood's Kitchen & Bar.

The menu at Dogwood's is a true reflection of Oscar's passion for fresh ingredients and delicious food. They have a wide variety of options, including mouth-watering burgers, crisp salads, savory flatbreads, and appetizers that are perfect for sharing with friends. And if you're looking for vegan options, they've got you covered with delicious dishes like fresh guacamole and a flavorful veggie wrap. During our visit, we tried the guac, fries, veggie wrap, buffalo flatbread, and mac & cheese with bacon, and all of them were a hit.
One of the highlights of the restaurant is the cocktail menu, which is full of creative and fun drinks. We highly recommend trying the Snatched, which is served with cotton candy that melts when you pour the drink over it. They also have an impressive mocktail menu for those who prefer to skip the alcohol.

But it's not just the food and drinks that make Dogwood's Kitchen & Bar stand out - it's the atmosphere. The restaurant has a cool and casual vibe, with plenty of seating and an indoor-outdoor patio that's perfect for enjoying a meal with friends or a casual date night. And to top it all off, they play great music - during our visit, they had Beyonce blasting the whole time!

Overall, Dogwood's Kitchen & Bar is a must-visit for any foodie in Metro Detroit. Whether you're looking for a fun night out with friends or a casual dinner with your significant other, this restaurant has everything you need. So what are you waiting for? Go check out Dogwood's Kitchen & Bar today and see what all the fuss is about!


Friday, April 21, 2023

Movement Returns To Detroit Memorial Day Weekend

Movement Music Festival, also known as Movement Detroit, has announced the stages and showcases for its 2023 edition, taking place on May 27th-29th, 2023, inside Hart Plaza at downtown Detroit's riverfront. With over 115 acts across six stages and three days, the festival promises to offer an inspired selection of dance music's most in-demand artists, underground mainstays, and notable first-time performers.

The festival will feature headline performances by electronic music legends Underworld, Basement Jaxx (DJ Set), Techno star Charlotte de Witte, and dance music titan Skrillex. Also appearing will be Techno pioneer Cybotron, enigmatic House legend Moodymann, acclaimed electronic music producer Bonobo (DJ Set), legendary Memphis hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia, and many more.

In keeping with the festival's tradition of celebrating Detroit's music culture, the Detroit Stage will feature an all-Detroit lineup of veterans, rising talent, and newcomers, including electro pioneers Aux88 (live), Detroit Techno pioneer James Pennington as Suburban Knight, mysterious underground collective Scan 7 (live), Ghostly International artist Todd Osborn performing under his Drum 'n Bass alias Soundmurder, as well as newcomers 2Lanes, AK, Audia, Fusegrade, and many more.

Music fans will once again descend upon Detroit, the mecca of Techno music, and be treated to three days of diverse curation on Memorial Day Weekend. This year promises to be an unforgettable experience, featuring an impressive lineup of legendary acts and rising talent across a wide range of genres. With the festival's focus on showcasing authentic and diverse lineups that are purely about the music and culture, it is sure to be a celebration of Detroit's rich music history and a true representation of the city's vibrant and diverse culture.

Get your tickets here.


Win Tickets to See The Summer Set wsg Grayscale, Taylor Acorn, Brooklane at The Crofoot

Who: The Summer Set wsg Grayscale, Taylor Acorn, Brooklane

What: Playing The Crofoot on Thursday, April 27th, 2023

Tickets are $29 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Summer.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on Wednesday, April 26th, 2023.


Hip In Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: April 21st - 23rd

We already told you about Detroit X Detroit! Here are some other fun things happening this weekend. 

Saturday, April 22nd - Record Store Day - This Saturday is Record Store Day and shops all around town will be packed. Most will have special Record Store Day releases and some will have giveaways, but there are two stores whose festivities stuck out to us. First up, Village Vinyl in Warren will be celebrating six years along with RSD. They will have free giveaways to the first 30 customers with purchase, additional giveaways & free snacks throughout the day, 20% OFF select items, 10% OFF everything else (excluding RSD exclusives and dollar bin). Plus head across the street with your receipt after you shop and get $1 off a beer at Kuhnhenn Brewery. Doors open at 8 a.m. Further over on the east side, Ripe Records in Grosse Pointe Park will be celebrating 5 years on this RSD. They will have a free pig roast with hot dogs & hamburgers too, plus live music. The lineup includes Eastside Still Alive, The Hourlies, and more. The fun starts at 10 a.m. and goes until 5 p.m. For a full list of Record Store Day Releases and participating stores, click here

Saturday, April 22nd - Steve Harvey Oswald and The Lucid Furs @ Small's: This Saturday night, The Lucid Furs will hit the stage at Small's along with Steve Harvey Oswald, The Counter Elites, Angel of Mars, and The Wretched Sights. Cover to see these 5 great bands is only $5 for 21+ or $8 for 18+. All proceeds go to Passenger Recovery & the SIMS Foundation and there will also be an overdose rescue demonstration at 9 p.m. using Narcan. Doors open at 8 p.m. 

Sunday, April 23rd - Meat Wave @ Outer Limits Lounge: Don't spend your Sunday night dreading Monday morning. Instead, spend the night having fun at a show! Outer Limits is bringing Meat Wave to town from Chicago and Kal Marks from Boston, plus Detroit's own Big Life will be there too! Doors open at 8 p.m. and $10 gets you in. Check out Big Life's EP that just dropped this week here

Sunday, April 23rd - Earth Day Clean Up @ Palmer Park: This Sunday is Earth Day and if you're looking to show the planet a little love, there are clean up events scheduled all around town. One that stuck out to us is the Earth Day Clean Up at Palmer Park. Join the People of Palmer Park from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. for a park wide cleanup. There will also be a guided walk at noon and a Aziza Fairy Forest Treasure & Trash Hunt for families. To sign up to help, click here


Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Win Tickets to See July Talk wsg Daniel Romano at The Shelter

Who: July Talk wsg Daniel Romano

What: Playing The Shelter on Friday, April 28th, 2023.

Tickets are $20 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #July.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on Thursday April 27th, 2023.


Experience the Timeless Charm of Mudgie's Deli & Wine Shop in Detroit's Historic Corktown

Photo: Reuben from Mudgie's Instagram 

Mudgie's Deli & Wine Shop is a Detroit staple that has been serving the Corktown neighborhood for years. If you're looking for delicious food, great wine, and a welcoming atmosphere, Mudgie's is a must-visit.

Their menu is full of creative and flavorful options that feature the best of local and seasonal ingredients. Meat lovers will love the classic Reuben sandwich made with house-cured corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on grilled rye bread. But vegans will find heaven in the McNabb, a house-smoked tempeh wrap filled with mixed greens, pickled red onion, walnuts, cucumber, avocado, and vegan cheese, all rolled in a flour tortilla and served with a side of agave mustard. Trust us, it's the best vegan sandwich we've ever had.

Mudgie's also boasts an extensive wine list featuring bottles from all over the world. Their knowledgeable staff can help you find the perfect bottle to pair with your meal, whether you're a seasoned wine connoisseur or just looking to try something new.

So, if you're looking to experience the best of Detroit's food and community, head to Mudgie's Deli & Wine Shop. They're open Tuesday to Saturday, serving breakfast from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (until 4 p.m. on Saturdays). The bar and wine shop are open until 7 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Don't miss out on this Detroit gem!


Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Win Tickets to See Chelsea Grin with Carnifex at Saint Andrew's Hall

What: Playing St. Andrew's Hall on Wednesday, April 26th, 2023

Tickets are $22 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Chelsea.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on April 25th, 2023.


Win Tickets to See The Wallflowers wsg Brother Elsey

Who: The Wallflowers wsg Brother Elsey

What: Playing The Fillmore Detroit on Tuesday, April 25th, 2023

Tickets are $36-$75 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Wallflowers.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on April 24th, 2023.


Win Tickets to Det X Det and Get All the Details About this Year's Event

If you're a fan of Detroit music, mark your calendars for April 22nd! DETROIT x DETROIT XI is just around the corner, and it promises to be one of the most exciting events of the year. Hosted at The Loving Touch in Ferndale, this event is a celebration of some of the city's best and most beloved bands, as they take on covers of their fellow Detroit musicians.

Starting in 2011 with twelve local bands, DETROIT x DETROIT has grown into a highly-anticipated annual tradition. The event showcases some of the best talents that Detroit has to offer, and it's always a thrill ride for music lovers. With more bands than you can count on two hands, and two stages to switch between, there will be no shortage of excitement at DETROIT x DETROIT XI.

This year's line-up is amazing, with headlining acts such as CC NOBODY as Madonna, and The Fruits as Lizzo. Other notable acts include The Honey Pot as MC5, and WineStoned Cowboys as Crazy Horse. In total, there are over a dozen bands participating, each taking on covers of their favorite Detroit artists. From Grand Funk Railroad to Bob Seger, this year's line-up promises to deliver some truly unforgettable performances.

The event is open to all ages, with a suggested $10 donation at the door. And if that's not enough to convince you, proceeds from the event will fund a special scholarship at the School of Rock, helping to support the next generation of Detroit rock and rollers.

So whether you're a die-hard fan of Detroit music or simply looking for a fun night out, be sure to check out DETROIT x DETROIT XI on April 22nd. With so many amazing acts on the lineup, you won't want to miss out on this celebration of the city's rich musical heritage. For more information, be sure to visit the official DETROIT x DETROIT website at

Want to win a pair of tickets to the show? Email us at with the subject line DetXDet, We will draw one lucky winner on April 21st and they will be able to attend with a friend for free!


Monday, April 17, 2023

Shop Secondhand First: Reware Vintage Hosts T-Shirts for the Climate Fundraiser for Earth Day Weekend to Support Climate Change Organizations


Reware Vintage, a vintage clothing store in Berkley, Michigan, is hosting an Earth Day weekend fundraiser to raise money for two climate change organizations: Clean Air Task Force and The event, called T-shirts for the Climate, will be a $10 T-shirt sale featuring new, used, and vintage shirts donated by the store and its customers.

All proceeds from the T-shirt sales will be donated to the Clean Air Task Force, which is working to decarbonize the global energy system. Additionally, 10% of all other in-store sales during the event will be donated to, a grassroots organization fighting climate change.

Reware Vintage specializes in casual vintage clothing for men, women, and kids, and takes pride in supporting a more earth-friendly, circular market. The store uses only compostable and recyclable packaging, tags, and other supplies.

"We want to do more for the next generation," said owner Bethany Nixon. "For Earth Day weekend, we're happy to support two groups doing great work in the fight against climate change. Last year we raised $700 for the groups we were supporting, this year we're looking to raise even more!"

The T-shirts for the Climate sale will take place on Earth Day Weekend - Friday, April 22nd, 12-8 p.m., Saturday, April 23rd from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday, April 24th, 12-4 p.m., in the Reware Vintage storefront. The store is also still collecting T-shirt donations for the sale.
If you're interested in donating, you can drop off your T-shirts at the store located at 2965 12 Mile Rd. from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 12-8 p.m. on Fridays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturdays, and 12-4 p.m. on Sundays.

By supporting Reware Vintage's T-shirts for the Climate event, you're not only helping to raise money for important climate change organizations, but also making a greener choice as a consumer. Choose vintage or used clothing, and you'll save water and energy resources while reducing your carbon footprint. Or as we like to say, shop secondhand first!


Win Tickets to See Gazillion Bubble Show at GLC Live at 20 Monroe

Who: Gazillion Bubble Show at GLC Live at 20 Monroe

What: Performing at GLC Live at 20 Monroe on Saturday, April 22nd, 2023.

Tickets are $15-$50 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Bubble.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on Thursday April 20th, 2023.


Get Ready to Rock at Spring Stunr Fest: A Celebration of Femme, POC, and Queer Musicians

Are you ready to rock out to some awesome music and support femme, POC, and queer musicians? Then mark your calendars for May 6th because Spring Stunr Fest is coming to Small's in Detroit! This event will showcase six fantastic bands from across the Great Lakes region, and it's the perfect way to support femme, POC, and queer musicians

The lineup includes Xanny Stars from Cleveland, whose 90s reverb grunge sound will transport you back in time. Grand Rapids' Boob Sweat will get you dancing with their aggro dance punk, while Bussy Kween Power Trip from Chicago will bring their unique brand of black queer punk to the stage. Ypsilanti's Zzvava will charm you with their cool psych brats sound, and Detroit's very own The Antibuddies will bring their fed-up mosh punk to the party.

The event starts at 8 p.m., and 18+ are welcome. This is a chance to support and celebrate musicians who are often underrepresented in the music industry. So come out, have a great time, and support these talented artists!

Don't miss out on this amazing event - get your tickets today!


Friday, April 14, 2023

Hip In Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: April 14th - 16th

Friday, April 14th - Extra Arms @ The Lexington Bar: This Friday night, Extra Arms will hit the stage at The Lexington Bar! Joining them are Twin Deer and Distants from Grand Rapids/Chicago. Cover is free and doors open at 8 p.m. 

Friday, April 14th - St. Thomas Boys Academy @ Garden Bowl: Last weekend the Garden Bowl had an awesome show with Break Anchor. This weekend they have an equally awesome show with St. Thomas Boys Academy. Also on the bill are The Downstrokes and Aloner, both from Maryland. Cover is free, 21+ are welcome, and the fun starts at 8 p.m.

Saturday, April 15th Autobiograffiti Release Party @ The Magic Stick: Head to the Magic Stick this Saturday night for the celebration of the release of DUDE's new album and Tony Muggs' new book Autobiograffitti. DUDE will be joined by a stellar lineup, including Handgrenades, New Twenty Saints, and Audra Kubat. Doors open a t 7 p.m. and the music starts at 8 p.m. Cover is $15 at the door. Give the new album a listen here

Saturday, April 15th - Gusher @ Lager House: We were lucky enough to see Gusher open for Child Bite a couple of weeks ago at Outer Limits and we were immediately fans! Here's your chance to see them for yourself this Saturday night at Lager House. Also performing are Core Values and Prostitute. Cover is $10, doors open at 8 p.m. and the music starts at 9 p.m. Check out Gusher's debut release here

Saturday, April 15th - The Goddamn Gallows @ Small's: The Goddamn Gallows are currently out on their spring tour and their making a stop to play at home this weekend! This Saturday night, they will play at Small's with IV & The Strange Band and Lightnin' Luke. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. All ages are welcome and doors open at 8 p.m.


Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Win Tickets to See The Black Dahlia Murder at St. Andrew's Hall

Who: The Black Dahlia Murder wsg TerrorFrozen SoulFuming Mouth, and Phobophilic

What: Playing Saint Andrew's Hall on Wednesday, April 19th, 2023.

Tickets are $29.50 in advance and they can be purchased here.

Or you can enter to win a pair!

How? Email your full name to with the subject line #Murder.

Enter now, the winner will be drawn on April 17th, 2023.


Experience the Bold and Iconic Artwork of Rebecca Goldberg at 'It's Pop!' Exhibition in Detroit

Attention all art lovers and Detroit enthusiasts! We have some exciting news to share with you! Rebecca Goldberg, a multi-disciplinary artist, designer, DJ, and music producer, is opening her first solo exhibition since 2016 with The Avant Garden Collective at The Bankle Building. The show, called "It's Pop!", features a collection of Detroit and Michigan-themed logo flips and merchandise that Goldberg has been creating over the last several years.

Rebecca Goldberg is known for her Detroit-themed imagery and bold color work. Her inspiration comes from pop art, collage, and type design, and she has developed an expansive body of visual art, including event flyers, travel posters, album art, logos, and brands.

The exhibition opens for preview on Thursday, April 20th, with gallery hours on Friday and Saturday, April 21st - 22nd. This is a must-attend event for anyone who appreciates bold colors and larger-than-life collages that pay homage to Detroit and Michigan iconography.

This is a unique opportunity to engage with Goldberg's work and meet the artist herself. Don't miss this chance to experience Rebecca Goldberg's stunning artwork and immerse yourself in Detroit's creative culture.


Tuesday, April 11, 2023

Laugh Out Loud with Tam White Creator of Hip-Prov on Our Latest Podcast Episode

Are you a fan of comedy and looking for some laughs? Then you won't want to miss our latest podcast episode featuring Tam White, a comedian and creator of Hip-Prov, who is also a part of this year's Detroit Women of Comedy Festival.

In our interview with Tam, she shares insights into her comedy journey, the challenges of being a woman of color in the comedy world, and how she is using her platform to create opportunities for other underrepresented voices.

Tam's wit and humor are on full display in this episode, and we guarantee you'll be laughing out loud as you listen. So grab your headphones, settle in, and tune in to the latest episode of our podcast to hear from one of the funniest and most talented comedians in Detroit.