CW50 Street Team
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|Krystle Anderson||Megg Jacobs||Scott Wolchek|
The CW50 Street Team stopped by the Red Bull House of Art in Detroit’s Eastern Market to meet the artists of Cycle 8. The House of Art provides local artists with the tools and space […]
Midtown Detroit was alive with tropical vibes this weekend during the annual Caribbean Culture Festival. The festival was organized by the Caribbean Cultural and Carnival Organization (CCCO). “This event is actually over 20 years old,” […]
If summers winding down then that only means one thing… back to school! However, the 8th annual Backpack Music Festival on Belle Isle provided a unique way for parents and their kids to get ready for the upcoming […]
If you wish the toxins and chemicals found in every day products would just ‘leaf’ you alone, the Growing Up Green Festival in Shelby Township is the place for you. “We want to help bring […]
Ceramic cows, glow-in-the-dark light bulbs and everything in-between were just a few of the sights one could see at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair this weekend.
Birds weren’t the only thing soaring above the city of Howell this weekend– hot-air balloons, kites and sky divers were also flying throughout the sky for the 30th annual Howell Balloonfest.
Hour Magazine celebrated Detroit’s greatest hits at their 9th annual Best of Detroit Party Friday, at the Motor City Casino and Hotel.
I’m a recent graduate of Oakland University. While I was there, I held the position of Editor-in-Chief of The Oakland Post, OU’s independent student newspaper. I’ve also interned at Channel 95.5 and WJBK.
Solomon’s Soldiers! Madi’s Army! The Movements! Those are just some of the names of the teams that were gathered in Royal Oak for the annual Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis Walk.
What exactly does it mean to be a steampunk? The CW50 Street Team visited Steamtopia to find out! Held at the Double Tree Hotel in Dearborn, the event brought together local and traveling ‘steampunks’ for a convention dedicated solely to the culture.