Are you a fan of the works of legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki? Join Kung Food Market/Studio for their dinner series based on the films Ponyo and Porco Russo. The Miyazaki Dinners: Ponyo Loves Ham will have dishes containing shellfish, seafood, and pork.
Calling all lesbians and queer women! Briggs Detroit is having their Herizon: For Girls Who Like Girls event Friday evening.
Calling all coffee, kombucha, and tea lovers: Monday, Feb. 12 – Sunday Feb. 18 is Michigan Tea + Coffee Week.
This is the third iteration of a week of a collective of independent tea and coffee shops putting on a restaurant week celebrating locally roasted coffee and loose-leaf tea, with a showing of tastings, kombucha cocktails, and more. Founder Elias Majid said that although the event as a whole is based across the Metro Detroit Area, there are events happening in the city.
With nearly a foot of snow expected to fall today and through the weekend, here’s how the City of Detroit will handle snow plowing.
Sixty Department of Public Works trucks will salt 673 miles of major roads under the city’s jurisdiction once snow begins to fall. Crews will continue to work around the clock until all roads have been plowed and cleared.
Take a look at this year’s critically acclaimed short films at the 2018 Academy Award Nominated Short Films, hosted by the Detroit Film Theatre and the DIA.
Check out opening day of international erotic art exhibition The Dirty Show 19 at the Russell Exhibition Center. This event is 21+
Here’s your chance to clown around: the Detroit Fire Collective is hosting their DFC Flow Jam/w Clowning Workshop & Conclave Meeting. Discuss “the essence of clown” and learn how to focus on body language and improvisation. Clownfits are encouraged.
There are two opportunities this week to either gain new employment or gain new clientele at career fairs in Detroit.
On Tuesday, Feb. 6, Detroit At Work will be holding an Education and Training Fair at Northwest Activities Center on the westside from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Available career pathways include construction and skilled trades, cosmetology, green infrastructure and landscaping, health care, information technology, retail and hospitality and transportation and logistics.
A new round of Motor City Match winners will be announced today, marking the tenth cycle of small businesses in Detroit awarded grants to build out their spaces, hire employees or fund other needs.
Motor City Match is a City of Detroit grantmaking program enabled by a partnership with the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and local finance institutions, foundations and corporations.