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Culture
6/10/2021 
The community theater kicks off its summer season in a new location

5/6/2021 
The Vocal Arts Ensemble Reinvents Itself

4/14/2021 
Summer concerts stretch the season

2/28/2021 
Some famous ones have passed through Ann Arbor. Others have planted deep roots.

2/10/2021 
Community High's theater troupe hits the small screen

1/2/2021 
Cross-cultural Buddhism

12/31/2020 
Nemo Tsai's pandemic baking hobby earns him fame and a chance at $25,000.

12/18/2020 
Nomadland's Frog Holler connections

12/6/2020 
An a cappella group that makes it cool to be happy these days.

11/18/2020 
An Ann Arbor native has emerged as the chronicler of the vinyl-record revival.

11/6/2020 
Real-world perspectives on solutions

10/20/2020 
Echoes and premonitions

10/13/2020 
Grants yield whimsy and lessons in equity.

10/9/2020 
"This is not the year to hibernate," says UMS president Matthew VanBesien.

10/1/2020 
Ten highly visible works of art beautify the city's "creative district"

9/14/2020 
A sculpture's campus color show

9/5/2020 
Joining the Ann Arbor Morris Dancers' online pub sing

8/20/2020 
Covid catches a book on love.
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