Phantom and the Detroit Opera House

The Phantom of the Opera, the longest running Broadway musical in history, with more revenue generated than any other stage play or movie in history, toured in Detroit from January 11-22.

Dearborn Educator Brings Theater To Students

“He’s sophisticated.” “He inspires me to do better.” “He’s a nice guy.”

When the Lights Go Down in the City

Cobo Center in Detroit was where the North American International Auto Show had taken place, where the world’s automakers displayed concept cars and high tech vehicles.

Detroit Through the Lens of Corine Vermeulen

The Mirror News had an opportunity to sit down with artist and activist, Corine Vermeulen, whose “Walk-in Portrait Studio” was a featured exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts last year.

O.N.E. Mile

Oakland North End (ONE) Mile project is an architecture and design based program in the North End of Detroit.

Crossing Borders at Youmacon in Detroit

Youmacon was all around the Metro Detroit area, whether you were ready for it or not. Though focused on Japanese pop culture, there was a fair mix of other fandoms from movies, TV shows and comics, along with anime and manga.

Annual Ice-Carving Invitational at HFC

On Saturday, Nov. 12, the HFC Ice Carving Club hosted the yearly event known as the Annual Collegiate Ice Carving Invitational. This event was held in the HFC Parking Areas.

Day of the Dead at the DIA

The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) holds art pieces and historical artifacts collected from all over the world.

"Thalassa": Goddess of the Sea

Thalassa swings high in the ceiling of the second level in the Detroit Institute of Arts. There she emerges from the sea where she lives.

ComiqueCon: Supporting the Females in Comics

ComiqueCon is a lively convention presented by Green Brain Comics and held at the Arab American National Museum focusing on “awesome women making awesome comics.” Despite the convention being focused on women in comics, it is definitely not exclusive t


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