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        CultureSource Thursday, July 20

        All Time Low

        They’ve repeatedly topped the charts, sold over 1.2 million albums worldwide, raked in 100+ million views on YouTube, toured with the biggest names in music, and have taken over airwaves around the globe… American rock band All Time Low is a bona fide worldwide sensation and they’re kicking off a whole new chapter in 2015. After a two-year writing binge, band members Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson and Zack Merrick are back with what Alternative Press Magazine
        CultureSource Thursday, July 20

        Beacon Park Grand Opening Weekend

        The Downtown Detroit Partnership Commemorates DTE’s New Public Park with Weekend Long Community Grand Opening Celebration.
        CultureSource Thursday, July 20

        Circus Aerial Arts by Ringstar Studio

        As Diane Barbeau, founder of Ringstar Studio, describes it, the goal of the studio is to promote the joy and love of movement arts free of the stresses of expectation and competition. It's a place in Ann Arbor for teachers, seekers and dreamers - a whole community of movers. Basic techniques of the circus art of aerial silk will be demonstrated with an emphasis on strength, flexibility and body awareness. This performance is part of Michigan Medicine's Gifts of Art Summer Courtyard Concert
        CultureSource Thursday, July 20

        Detroit 67 Third Thursday Speaker Series: Through the Lens of Fiction

        Authors of historical fiction walk a delicate line: they must accurately represent the facts and forces of an era, but their overriding concerns are emotional truths and lived experience. In this program, author Susan Messer will discuss and read from her novel Grand River and Joy (University of Michigan Press, 2009). Named after the notable intersection in Detroit, the story explores the intersections between races, classes and neighborhoods that, among many other factors, drove the city to
        CultureSource Thursday, July 20

        Interactive Illuminated See-saws

        Exhibiting through August 27th, experience an interactive work of public art that warms the hearts of all ages. 15 gigantic illuminated see-saws create an interactive urban play space at Detroit's newest and contemporary park - Beacon Park.

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