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Detroit Free Press - Entertainment

Watch Creem doc's Detroit rock 'n' roll story

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Study sheds light on metro Detroiters' feelings about access to the arts

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Scaled music events to run at Campus Martius

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High-profile Detroit restaurant reopens after 4-month shutdown

6 days ago

TV highlights for the week of Aug. 2-8

4 days ago

Henry Ford Museum expands hours due to Marvel exhibit

7 days ago

Detroit Jazz Festival unveils artist lineup for virtual event

6 days ago

Owners of 5 new Michigan restaurants took big risk during pandemic

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11 surprise Emmy nominees could steal the show

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TV + Radio

11 months ago

Restaurant News + Reviews

11 months ago

Restaurant of the Year

11 months ago

Freep Film Festival

11 months ago

Aretha Franklin: Farewell to our Queen

11 months ago

Entire movie theater industry could hinge on release of this film -- With release dates repeatedly postponed and COVID-19 still running rampant, reaching a new normal remains an elusive goal for the movie business. -- JULIE HINDS

13 hours ago

List of Emmy nominees in major categories -- 'The Crown,' 'The Good Place' and 'Watchmen' are among the contenders -- TV + RADIO

8 days ago

Detroit mural lists names of Black lives lost to police violence -- Artist Sydney G. James created a new mural honoring Malice Green, who was beaten to death by two Detroit police officers in 1992. -- Detroit

1 month ago

Proposed plan could be future of Michigan concerts, events -- A high-powered group of Michigan music promoters and sports execs has asked the governor to tweak the reopening guidelines for big gatherings. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

1 month ago

TV highlights for the week of July 26-Aug. 1 -- TV highlights for the week of July 26-Aug. 1: Epix series revisits the Manson family case; HBO doc ponders mental health of Olympic athletes; 'Tell Me a Story' gives fairy tales a dark makeover -- TV + RADIO

12 days ago

DIA staff just released list of alleged wrongdoings at museum -- Group that previously called for resignation of museum director Salvador Salort-Pons has launched a petition at change.org. -- Detroit

5 days ago

Detroit museum fires director after employees come forward -- Elysia Borowy-Reeder was accused for mismanagement and racial harassment by a group of former employees. -- Michigan

6 days ago

Live music back at The Aretha amphitheater in Inner City return -- About 100 fans were permitted in the riverside amphitheater as Kevin Saunderson's Inner City played to mark the house-music group's comeback album. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

6 days ago

Spike Lee's 'Da 5 Bloods' is righteous and timely -- In plot-heavy 'Da 5 Bloods,' aging Vietnam vets return to the battlefield — and illuminate the black experience in the U.S. -- Movies

1 month ago

Josh Gad steals the show in 'Artemis Fowl' -- Josh Gad, best known for his voice work in 'Frozen,' saves Disney Plus' 'Artemis Fowl' from becoming a forgettable kiddie fantasy -- Movies

1 month ago

Pete Davidson steps up in 'King of Staten Island' -- 'SNL' star Pete Davidson draws on his personal demons in latest project from director Judd Apatow -- Movies

1 month ago

58-year-old Jewish deli reopens on founder's birthday -- The Stage was set and more than ready to welcome its first diners in nearly three months Monday morning. -- Mark Kurlyandchik

1 month ago

Iconic Coney Island restaurants reopen doors in downtown Detroit -- A familiar custom returned downtown Monday, as Detroit's famed coney eateries reopened their doors three months after being shuttered by the pandemic. -- Restaurant News Reviews

1 month ago

'Shirley' toys with life of celebrated horror novelist -- Elisabeth Moss stars in reinvention of Shirley Jackson, author of 'Hangsaman' and 'The Haunting of Hill House' -- Movies

1 month ago

Doc about electric car racing generates little spark -- Not even an appearance by producer Leonardo DiCaprio can keep 'And We Go Green' on track -- Movies

1 month ago

Detroit arts organizations find unity, shared mission amid pandemic -- As the COVID-19 crisis took hold, the region's arts and culture leaders united around a shared mission: find ways to bring the healing power of the arts to people when they need it most. -- Entertainment

3 months ago

Music venues in metro Detroit and beyond band together for survival -- With big public gatherings indefinitely on hold, more than 20 Michigan music venues have joined a hastily formed association to seek emergency relief. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

3 months ago

John Lewis used pop culture to spread justice -- The legacy of John Lewis covers being a civil rights activist and a political moral compass, yet it stretches wide enough to include pop culture, too. -- JULIE HINDS

10 days ago

Fans gather for first Detroit concert since shutdown -- The event filled the north edge of downtown with soul, jazz and acoustic music as live music eased back onto the scene after many months away. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

5 days ago

Decade of freelancing prepared photographer for this moment -- What does someone who makes their living taking pictures of people do in the era of COVID-19 and social distancing? -- Entertainment

3 months ago

Renowned local artist paints tribute to nurses amid pandemic -- The COVID-19 crisis has provided new challenges while deepening the meaning of renowned local painter Tony Roko's work. -- Entertainment

3 months ago

2 paintings at center of complaint against DIA director, board chair -- The complaint involves display of paintings owned by father-in-law of DIA director Salvador Salort-Pons. -- Detroit

10 days ago

Don't watch 'The Rental' from an Airbnb, just saying -- Millennials experience murder, mayhem and horror in well-done bit of real-estate porn -- Movies

8 days ago

Marie Curie biopic follows all-too-familiar formula -- Rosamund Pike plays the Polish-born French physicist in film that clings to predictable rhythms -- Movies

10 days ago

Ann Arbor psychiatrist joins Comic Con to talk pop culture, mental health -- This year's virtual San Diego Comic Con will feature a panel on whether pop culture can promote mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. -- JULIE HINDS

10 days ago

Aretha 'Respect' movie nails down January release -- "Respect," starring Jennifer Hudson as the Queen of Soul, will get a full-scale release on Jan. 15 — Martin Luther King's birthday. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

11 days ago

Artists announced for socially distanced Detroit music festival -- Guitarist Larry McCray, singer Beth Griffith, songwriter Audra Kubat and vocalist Alise King are among the acts on tap for Detroit Music Weekend. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

10 days ago

Arts, Beats & Eats to go virtual — and drive-in — with hundreds of bands -- The long-running Royal Oak fest will be replaced this year by "The Beats Go On," aiming to raise $500,000 for musicians affected during the shutdown. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

10 days ago

Kellogg's pairs Cheez-It White Cheddar crackers with wine. In a box. -- Just in time for Saturday's National Wine and Cheese Day, a limited-edition cheese and wine pairing is back and on sale Thursday. -- Michigan

14 days ago

DIA group calls for director's resignation -- The national reckoning on racism and cultural inclusion has reached the hallowed halls of the Detroit Institute of Arts. -- Arts

14 days ago

Here's why 'Bird Box' sequel 'Malorie' resonates right now -- Josh Malerman's novel 'Bird Box' became a hit movie with Sandra Bullock; now the metro Detroit author is back with a sequel, "Malorie." -- JULIE HINDS

13 days ago

Musical acts, performances move online as coronavirus forces cancellations -- A look at the blossoming live performance phenomenon online, as superstar artists and local Detroit acts bond with fans virtually amid coronavirus. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

4 months ago

Last call at a Corktown neighborhood staple -- Here's what it was like inside Mudgie's Deli in Corktown on its last day of service before closing indefinitely over coronavirus concerns. -- Restaurant News Reviews

4 months ago

Coronavirus is changing how metro Detroit restaurants operate -- Local restaurants were already feeling the impact of the novel coronavirus, and that was before Michigan's first two cases were detected. -- Mark Kurlyandchik

4 months ago

Free music fest hitting downtown; biggest concert since pandemic started -- The free, nine-hour event next weekend outside Music Hall will accommodate 90 fans at a time, with a host of health and safety protocols in place. -- BRIAN MCCOLLUM

12 days ago

Southwest Detroit memorializes Texas soldier -- Detroit artists Freddy Diaz and Ivan Montoya, and Marine Yahaira Gomez, come together to memorialize slain Texas soldier Vanessa Guillen. -- Arts

16 days ago

Restaurant bailout bill draws rare bipartisan support -- An independent restaurant bailout bill has drawn support from both sides of the aisle as it wends its way through Congress. -- Mark Kurlyandchik

16 days ago

785 Michigan restaurants received big PPP loans. Only 1 identified as Black-owned. -- Of the 785 Michigan restaurants approved for more than $150,000 in Paycheck Protection Plan loans, only one self-identified as Black-owned. -- Mark Kurlyandchik

14 days ago