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  1. Love Never Dies Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Metro Times

    It seems there's trouble in paradise for Christine. Despite escaping the clutches of the murderous Opera Ghost, she and hubby Raoul are still living in the shadows of their former love triangle.

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  2. Ron Pope at Majestic Theatre Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Metro Times

    Ron Pope will be rolling through Detroit, MI, on his "Dancing Days" tour this fall. He will be rocking the stage at Majestic Theatre on October 17th, joined by American rock band, Ages & Ages and label mates, The Heart Of.

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  3. Detroit one of top 10 'rattiest' U.S. cities, according to studyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Metro Times

    While bigger U.S. cities like Chicago, L.A., and New York City still hold the crown for the rattiest cities, Detroit is not too far behind in this rat race. A new study from pest control leader Orkin , Detroit is the seventh rattiest city in America, following cities like Chicago, L.A., New York City, Washington D.C., San Francisco, and Philadelphia.

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  4. Classic Italian-style deli is coming to Midtown in early 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Metro Times

    After years or preparation and planning, Gabe Guido's dream of opening Rocco's Italian Deli are finally in sight. Eater reports that Guido is in final phases of getting his Italian market and restaurant off its feet and open to the public in Midtown, located at 3627 Cass Ave, right next to The HUB Detroit.

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  5. Detroit to host - 8 Mile' 15th anniversary red carpet eventRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Metro Times

    Fifteen years ago, Eminem's 8 Mile made its Detroit premiere at the former Phoenix Theatres on - where else? - Eight Mile Road. To celebrate the film's anniversary, the theater will host a special red carpet screening.

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  6. 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah headed to Detroit in FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Metro Times

    From taking on Donald Trump to calling out politicians who are bought by the NRA, Trevor Noah finally seems to have found his voice after taking over the Daily Show from Jon Stewart a little over two years ago. Luckily for us Detroiters, Noah is coming to the Fox Theatre on Friday, February 23 for a night of big laughs and hopefully some decent jabs at Trump.

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  7. Week of wild wieners to raise funds for dog rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    This tale begins with something as sad as it is all too common: A dog named Jack had been shot in the face. Local canine charity Detroit Dog Rescue stepped in to help the pooch.

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  8. Queens of the Stone Age Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    Defined most commonly by their sinister slickness, Queens of the Stone Age are flipping the script on their gritty, manic hardness on their latest release Villains. A little Bowie and a dash of Motorhead, Queens of the Stone Age toy with a new brand of rock dystopia on Villains that rattles with dirty glam undertones courtesy of producer Mark Ronson .

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  9. Reporter's notebook: A busman's holiday up at Big Star LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Metro Times

    After spending a week in a cabin up north, I'm very happy to be back in Detroit. I went up there ostensibly to work on a book project and take some walks in the woods to recharge my batteries.

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  10. Brand New Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Metro Times

    Of all the resurgences we've seen this year, it is that of emo-hardcore royalty Brand New that has been most talked about among thrashers and criers alike. Science Fiction, their fifth studio record and first in eight years, finds Brand New delivering more of a reincarnation than a revival, while staying true to the intensity that has set them apart for well over a decade - whether they're exploring angst or the afterlife with either a scream or a whisper.

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  11. Ponyride Market: Oktoberfest Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 14 | Metro Times

    Summer might be over, but with temperatures still reaching 80 degrees, we guess we'll give this Summer Series shopping event a pass. This final event in the Ponyride Market series will feature a free pop-up bar with specialty drinks from Our/Detroit and Two James Spirits , plus shopping from local vendors of vintage, salvage, and handmade goods, as well as artisan food and treats.

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  12. Detroit '67 Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    This two-hour production by Dominique Morisseau dives into the dealings of a brother-and-sister run basement blind pig during the infamous 1967 rebellion in Detroit.

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  13. Detroit cop charged with stealing in what we hope rounds out department's week of woes Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    At noon today, we thought it was safe to recap a week of alleged misdeeds by current and former members of the Detroit Police Department. We were wrong.

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  14. Could Trump's UNESCO withdrawal affect Detroit's 'City of Design' designation?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    On Thursday, the Trump administration announced it would be pulling out of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, citing arrears of at least $500 million and what it alleges is an "anti-Israel bias" in the group. What does that mean for little old Detroit? Well, UNESCO is the organization that bestowed the Motor City with the title of being a "City of Design" in 2015.

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  15. Dine Drink Detroit returns with two weeks of specials from Detroit restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    The popular Dine Drink Detroit event is back again for two weeks with select Detroit restaurants offering specials on their signature dishes and drinks for diners and foodies who might want to try a new restaurant. From October 16 to October 26, 22 participating restaurants will offer a $15 special that will include a dish from the restaurant and a drink.

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  16. Detroit Institute of Arts welcomes the dead with ofrenda displaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    An ofrenda altar from last year's display at the DIA by Gabrielle and Juan Javier Pescador of Ann Arbor Tamales, sugar skulls, and spirits- these are the ofrendas, or offerings, you can find on handmade alters built this time of year in order to welcome home those who've passed on. Ofrenda altars are apart of the holiday originated in central Mexico and Latin America known as DA a de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, celebrated Nov. 1 and 2. DA a de los Muertos recognizes death as a natural part of the human experience and awakens the dead from eternal rest to share celebrations with their loved ones.

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  17. Here's what it takes to put on Detroit's annual Theatre Bizarre Halloween partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    When Theatre Bizarre mastermind John Dunivant lists off what it takes to transform the grand Masonic Temple into the annual multi-floor, two-weekend Halloween extravaganza, it sounds like he's listing the ingredients to a gargantuan witch's potion: Thirty miles of electrical cables. More than a ton of candy corn.

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  18. MOCAD Annual Art Gala + Auction Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    The Motor City's house of avant garde art, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit will host its 11th annual Gala + Auction and it's going to be every bit as theatrical and abnormal as one would expect. The event raises money to help the gallery fund projects and exhibition throughout the year, and guests will have access to handcrafted cocktails, entertainment, curated art auction items, and more.

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  19. Artworks Detroit 2017 Read MoreRead the original story

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    Now in its 22nd year, this annual event brings together food, fashion, music, and art, all in support of a worthy cause. The auction benefits Matrix Human Services, a 111-year-old nonprofit based in Detroit.

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  20. 11th Annual Gala + Art Auction and Afterglow Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Metro Times

    Handcrafted cocktails, entertainment, curated art auction items, and more - plus all proceeds support MOCAD. The Afterglow will feature New York-based model and rapper Chynna Rogers, and Detroit-based Frankie Banks.

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