Brian McCollum Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EST Jan 31, 2019 A full list of upcoming shows follows Brian McCollum's highlights below: Friday Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox The New York ensemble's sophisticated, throwback takes on modern rock and pop hits seem custom-made for online virality, which is why it has racked up YouTube views by the hundreds of millions for its interpretations of Lady Gaga, the White Stripes, Radiohead and others. Pianist Bradlee and company are in Detroit as part of their Welcome to the Twenties 2.0 Tour. 7 p.m., the Fillmore Detroit, 2115 Woodward, Detroit. 313-961-5450. $25-$75. Saturday Beats Antique The California group whips up a colorful, globe-trotting carnival of sights and sounds. Axel Thesleff will open. 8 p.m., Saint Andrew’s Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit. 313-961-6358. $20 and up. Dennis DeYoung The former Styx singer-keyboardist revisits the band's 1977 record, "The Grand Illusion," the … [Read more...] about Detroit concerts: Bring Me the Horizon, Scott Bradlee, Spafford, more
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By René A. Guzman Updated 11:57 am CST, Friday, January 18, 2019 Bruce M. Shackelford (left) appraises a Geronimo-signed bow case and quiver at the 2007 'Antiques Roadshow' San Antonio event. Shackelford is an expert in tribal art and is based in San Antonio. It’s uncertain if he will appraise at the April 27, 2019, “Roadshow” event at the McNay Art Museum. less Bruce M. Shackelford (left) appraises a Geronimo-signed bow case and quiver at the 2007 'Antiques Roadshow' San Antonio event. Shackelford is an expert in tribal art and is based in San Antonio. It’s ... more Photo: Jeffrey Dunn /WGBH Photo: Jeffrey Dunn /WGBH Image 1 of / 8 Caption Close Image 1 of 8 Bruce M. Shackelford (left) appraises a Geronimo-signed bow case and quiver at the 2007 … [Read more...] about Time is running out to get tickets for ‘Antiques Roadshow’ in S.A.
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Janelle Nanos Globe Staff January 12, 2019 When it opened in 1976, the Faneuil Hall Marketplace was a marvel. More than 100,000 spectators sipped champagne at the ribbon-cutting of the restored Quincy Market, transformed from a tattered wholesale marketplace into a cosmopolitan consumer magnet. Mayor Kevin White, standing on the portico of the Greek Revival landmark, told the assembled crowd: “This market is yours, the public’s. Use it, enjoy it.” In an era when cities sacrificed dearly for revitalization, it was the rare urban renewal story that locals and tourists alike could enjoy.The marketplace’s prominent position on the Freedom Trail, next door to historic Faneuil Hall itself, quickly helped it draw foot traffic that now seems staggering: 32 million visitors a year patronized its collection of quirky local … [Read more...] about Faneuil Hall’s promised retail revolution? We’re still waiting.
John Carlisle Detroit Free Press Published 12:12 PM EST Dec 25, 2018 THE UPPER PENINSULA – Randy Kluck liked to drink. If he wasn’t drinking wine on his front porch at his house he was drinking liquor on a barstool at some dive bar in Sault Ste. Marie, where he moved to be close to his son Kevin, who came here to attend college. The two were such buddies that Kevin refers to his dad by his first name. “He really was always my best friend,” said Kevin, 36. “So I just think of him as ‘Randy.’ ” Six years ago, they were drinking on the porch, and Randy came up with an idea — how about they spend the summer together on an epic road trip through the Upper Peninsula and write a book about all the amazing bars they’d stop at along the way? There would be so many nights they’d get to spend side-by-side on barstools, so many long drives along the empty highways, so much to tell each other, so much … [Read more...] about Upper Peninsula drinking guide becomes cult classic