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DIA hosts side-by-side shows on Monet, Church

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The Detroit Institute of Arts has paired two small shows — “Monet: Framing Life” and “Church: A Painter’s Pilgrimage”

Grapevine: Kenny Chesney coming to Ford Field in August


Country star will play Ford Field on Aug. 4. Also, Mariah Carey will launch holiday tour Nov. 17 at Caesars Windsor

At 73, Patti LaBelle is still having a ball


Grammy-winning singer comes to MotorCity Sound Board on Thursday with a new jazz record and a holiday one on the way

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Entertainment Calendar: Things to do this week


Concerts, stage events, Halloween parties and more in Metro Detroit Oct. 19-25

Review: Maupin tells how ‘Tales of the City’ came to be


His newspaper stories about odd San Francisco residents began became a nine-volume print bestseller and a PBS miniseries

Beer festivals, wine dinners and more


Upcoming food and beverage events in Metro Detroit


Tickets on sale


Tickets are on sale now for concerts throughout Metro Detroit

Nielsen to share Netflix viewer data

Numbers could help studios negotiate with streaming services

Artist Spotlight: Unlimited Head


The hard rock four-piece jams Friday night to benefit local cat rescue groups


Donna Karan begs forgiveness for Weinstein remarks


Designer is embarrassed about ‘stupid’ remarks suggesting sexual harassment victims asked for it by the way they dressed


‘Project Runway’ fashion designer Mychael Knight dies


Knight, 39, showed final collection in September at New York Fashion Week; placed fourth on “Project Runway” season 3

MercyMe wins Dove Awards artist of the year


CeCe Winans won gospel artist of the year, contemporary gospel/urban album of the year for album “Let Them Fall In Love”

Diana Ross to perform, be honored at AMAs


Detroit native and Motown star will receive a lifetime achievement honor, the first such award since 2006


Gord Downie, lead singer of The Tragically Hip, dies


The widely revered lead singer and songwriter of iconic Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip has died


Nielsen to report on who’s watching streamed shows


The Nielsen company is introducing a new service that counts viewership of programming on services like Netflix


Diverse group has common cause: restoring pheasant

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Nonprofit conservation organization is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations.

Wednesday, Oct 18

New spectator sport for the TV superfan: ‘binge racing’


West Virginia can boast the highest number of binge racers. Right behind are Michigan, Maryland, Delaware and Indiana.

Mental health advocate Mariel Hemingway to speak

Oscar-nominated actress will discuss her family’s history of mental illness at 25th anniversary of Rose Hill Center

Saint Andrews after-party added to ‘8 Mile’ celebration


Tickets go on sale at noon Wednesday

Me Too: Alyssa Milano elevates Weinstein conversation


The actress credited Me Too originator, N.Y. activist Tarana Burke, who created the movement more than 10 years ago

Tuesday, Oct 17

Reese Witherspoon reveals sexual assault at 16


The ‘Big Little Lies’ producer revealed at the Elle Women in Hollywood event Monday that she was assaulted by a director

Special ‘8 Mile’ red carpet screening set for Nov. 8


Proceeds from the event will benefit The Verses Project, a branch of the Community Music School — Detroit

‘This Is Us’ connection overwhelms actors, producers


NBC drama shines as a rare beacon of hope that demonstrates that big network success is still possible

‘This Is Us:’ Why Beth, not Randall, is best Pearson


She sees the Pearsons more clearly than they see themselves

Monday, Oct 16

Trevor Noah will bring comedy show to Fox Theatre


Host of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’ will be in Detroit on Feb. 23; tickets will go on sale Friday

Saturday, Oct 14

Detroiter aims to document every mural in the city

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Viranel Clerard spends 40 hours a week photographing murals downtown and in the neighborhoods of Detroit

Graham: Weinstein, a culture-shaking moment for women


As more women come out against the Hollywood producer, the story’s impact is felt far beyond the reaches of Hollywood

Edie Falco lays down the law in ‘Menendez Murders’


Emmy-winning actress plays no-nonsense defense attorney Leslie Abramson in the eight-episode series