Blow up the balloons, bake a cake, and light the candles because poet Andrew Christ is celebrating a birthday on Thursday, August 13. He will also be celebrating one on September 17 and every month following. None of these dates is actually Christ’s birthday, but instead they are part of the "Birthdays of Poets" series organized by Christ and the River Junction Poets.
This Thursday, August 13th, a new exhibit of art by local and Detroit artists is opening at the Court Street Gallery in Old Town Saginaw.
Joseph L. Lewis reviews Caleb Knutson's production of Tracy Letts's play Bug at SVSU. This disturbing black comedy about love, sanity, madness, and paranoia challenges directors and actors (and audiences) with its intensity.
The third annual Riverside Saginaw Film Festival kicks off Thursday, August 20th, and runs through Sunday, August 23rd. Designed to “celebrate, explore, and screen great movies,” the festival will feature independent films, panels, and discussions.
Poet Amy L. George provides an appreciative introduction to the chapbook Philip & the Poet by Midland resident Andy Christ.
Good food, good drinks, good entertainment, good times in a casual, upscale atmosphere. The Magic Bean Cafe's First Friday events offer multi-media fun.
Published as part of Binge Press’s Bite Marks Series, a series that spotlights violence against women, Chey Davis's chapbook titled Collection opens with an introduction from the author, which begins: "This book is about words. Words used for naming, for laying blame, for reclaiming life and dismembered limbs."
Tracy Letts challenges the boundary between sanity and madness in his 1996 play, Bug. This week only, catch Bug at the Studio Theatre on the Saginaw Valley State University campus.
Flint's DJ Psycho has been a professional DJ since the age of 12.
Hot rods, rockabilly, pin up girls, and a burlesque show: just a few of the things you can expect to see at this Saturday's "Rumble in Flint."