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Muse Atelier Vintage offers a-’muse’-ing treasures for all

Muse Atelier Vintage, located in Ypsilanti, is a vintage store and so much more. Housed inside a three-story, 150-year-old barn, the shop sells vintage clothing for all shapes and sizes. However, the barn hosts more than just a clothing shop. Muse Atelier Vintage also features a photography studio for fantasy photo shoots with different themes,

Journey to Ireland with the Washtenaw Community Concert Band

Take a musical journey to Ireland with the Washtenaw Community Concert Band. This free concert will feature special guest performer Nicholas Brown playing the uilleann (Irish bagpipes) and guest Conductor James Curnow. The 80-piece Washtenaw Community Concert Band will have your family sham-rocking the evening before St. Patrick’s Day. The program will highlight music from

Saline gym now offering kids playgroup

The Saline Rec Center offers a fun playgroup for kids up to age 5. Little ones will have free reign of the gym filled with miniature sports equipment, tunnels, ride-on toys, and more. There is also a moonwalk bounce the last Thursday of the month. This is a great way to get some energy out

A new name for UMHS: Michigan Medicine

Michigan Medicine is the new name of the University of Michigan’s academic medical center. The change is intended to reflect the University health system’s three-part mission of patient care, education and research. “Becoming Michigan Medicine is more than a name change. This new name reflects a growing trend among world-class academic medical centers to showcase

A Bosch award for STEAM education

The Bosch Community Fund recently awarded an inaugural grant supporting organizations in the Ann Arbor community. The $56,826 grant to Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) allows for Project Lead The Way (PLTW) programming at alternative AAPS high schools. “Bosch is proud to support the students and teachers of AAPS engaged in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) programs,” said

Ping Chong + Company bring their ASL interpreted theater to Ann Arbor

Ping Chong + Company is bringing their theater performance Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity to Ann Arbor on Saturday, February 18. This interview-based theater production explores the diverse experiences of young Muslim New Yorkers, who came of age in post-9/11 New York City, at a time of increasing Islamophobia. Participants come from a range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds