Belle Isle Aquarium: One of the nation's oldest public aquariums, built in 1904. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. d. Belle Isle Park, Detroit. $4; $3 seniors, $2 younger than 12. 313-852-4141.
The City of Detroit has given the BIA an 8 week chance to raise $500,000
No firm date on proposed closure according to staff
Celebrate Dr. Peter Laba at Severence Gallery with silent auctions, artists works, and food to help relieve the costs of his sudden passing. Wednesday Feb 23rd 7-10pm
Suggested donation - $15 with all going to benefit his adopted family
Artists- Jerry Peterson- Jeremy Harvey- Matthew Martin- Monica- Joe Speedo- Katie Young- Andrew Johnson- Michael Ford- Jeff Shay- More TBA
Retail- Mon Jin Lau- Majestic Market- Buddha Bar- Excelsior- Bill Boll (professional tailor/designer)- Noir Leather- Powerhouse 3 month membership- More TBA
Services- Professional Massage Therapy services- Full service salon services- Yoga lessons- More TBA
According to reports - National Weather Service
Better have your shovel ready or $20 for the neighborhood kids because Detroit Metro is going to get another Winter Blast near 9 inches overnight Tuesday 15th into Wednesday AM
school closings - local Doppler - Metro Airport
THE SCARAB CLUB presents a special evening of theatre
in celebration of Valentine's Day
Monday, February 14 at 7:30 pm
Afterglow in the Member's Lounge
The Loves of Shakespeare's Women
A solo performance adapted & performed by Susannah York
Tickets $50 per person
This special engagement is a fundraiser to benefit The Scarab Club's Building Fund.
Email reservations to firstname.lastname@example.org including name(s) and the number in your party.
Only fifty tickets are available for this exclusive engagement.
Crossfade with Chevelle and a slew of other hardrockers whip into Detroit at the State Theatre - Friday 18th http://www.snocore.com/
Smarties at the Bling Pig - Ann Arbor Sunday Feb 6th
Martin Hirchak paintings, comics, etc...on display at the Cafe Detroit - opening 6pm-9pm
Local smarties bassist who had a Severence Gallery showing a few months back will be on the walls at 1260 Library for the next few weeks. Pick up a copy of the new UrbanityNow Magazine while there as well