Game 4 of Eastern Conference Finals tonight with The Pistons looking pretty lackluster against Shaq and The Miami Heat - If we are going to win - it is going to take Ben Wallace getting to more offensive rebounds and producing second chance scoring opportunities for the Champs - Ben Wallace quote from FSN after the loss in Game 3 - "It was a shitty game - thats all I have to say and thats my final answer"
Garden Party 2005
Hot Times In The City
Sunday June 5th, 6-10pm
Cash Bar. $30 Per Person
Call 313-831-1250 for reservations.
Officials say they will not be used for LPR (License Plate Recognition) but the City of Detroit is considering just such a solution right now.
The second annual Billetproof "Motor City Mania" is back with some surprise guest bands?
Billetproof "Motor City Mania" 2005
Springfield Oaks Fairgrounds
Davisburg , Michigan
Forget the basketball game and go check these guys out at the Lager House
FROM THE 7 Inch Wave Blogsite:
"About 7 Inch Wave
7inchWave consists of 3 human entities whose mission is to spread the robotic word of music through all space and time. This message goes out to all who have yet to unlock their own personal vices and programmed inhibitions: those who must strive to maintain sanity among the crowd of normals, those who behave abnormally in a most sub-human manner, and those who exhibit signs of severe frustration with the world. We will absolve all your worldly sins through sheer noise and harmony. Embrace the wave, people, and all shall be right with the robotic world. "
"Volcanoes of the Deep Sea," "Forces of Nature," "NASCAR: The IMAX Experience" and "Dolphins." Screenings 10 a.m.-2 p.m. weekdays, noon-4 p.m. weekends. Detroit Science Center, 5020 John R, Detroit. Science Center admission: $7; $6 seniors and ages 2-12, younger than 2 free. $4 additional for IMAX Theatre. 313-577-8400.
THE SCIENCE CENTER:
"Monster Trucks: An Xtreme Exhibit," through May 29. Digital dome planetarium shows daily. "Starlit Spring Nights" shown at 3 p.m. daily. Call for show times. $4 plus general admission. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. weekends. 5020 John R, Detroit. $7, $6 seniors and ages 2-12. 313-577-8400.
"Deceptions to the Rule," a comedy inspired by classic film noir, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sun. Through June 5. Planet Ant Theatre, 2357 Caniff, Hamtramck. $15; $10 students and seniors. 313-365-4948.
The Forwardlook-Detroit Region will meet up with the 300 Club at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum for a social event in the parking lot in Auburn Hills, MI, DaimlerChrysler Headquarters, Museum parking lot. The 300 Club gets together twice a year. This May 21st they will be in Auburn Hills. They are holding a 300 show but the Forwardlook Club will attend and park together, as spectators. The event starts at 10am and runs until 2pm.
For more information email Gary Runkel at email@example.com
Wyandotte's Frank Pahl takes his sound quartet to Windsor's ArtCite - Saturday May 21st
May 21- June 18, 2005:
"four quartets" by frank pahl (Wyandotte, MI)
Opening reception ( Saturday, May 21, 7:30 pm ) & special live sound performance
by frank pahl with "little bang theory" at 8:00 & 9:30 pm.
This event is free and open to the public!
When will Kwame get it together? More of the same from the Detroit officials taking everything they can from the city that needs it so much. Thug politics really pays off...
Extortion? Misuse? Theft? Lies? When does it end?
Selfridge Air National Guard Base Airshow 2005:
When: 5/21/2005 - 5/22/2005
Where: Selfridge Air Nat'l Guard Base, Selfridge MI
What: Selfridge Air National Guard Base will commemorate Vietnam Veterans during its next Air Show and Open House on 21 and 22 May, 2005.
Place: Mary Grove College
Title: Heidelberg goes West
Date: May 12th -27th
Works: Faces in the Hood
Place: Charles Wright Museum of African American History
Title: An American Show
Date: June 2nd – Oct 31st
Works: Flag Series
May is Motor City Makeover Month, and the City of Detroit needs the help of all Detroiters, block clubs, community groups and businesses in Making Detroit Beautiful, and Making it Last.
Motor City Makeover is a bagged litter volunteer campaign, with an increased emphasis on beautification. Volunteers are needed to clean up and beautify their property, as well as remove trash and debris from vacant lots and play areas. Volunteers also are needed to adopt vacant lots, parks, play areas and entry points into the city to beautify.
This year's dates are: May 7, 14 and 21. The Neighborhood City Halls will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on those Saturdays, providing gloves and litter bags upon request.