For Sama TONIGHT

Love, motherhood and survival during the Syrian civil war are examined in remarkable FRONTLINE program tonight, beginning at 10 p.m. ET on DPTV (56.1).

 

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Hello, Dolly!

One of the most beloved musicals of all time comes to the historic Fisher Theatre.

PLEASE NOTE: Tonight’s performance — Tuesday, Nov. 19 — has been cancelled

 

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Jazz & Blues at the Library
Alvin Waddles Trio

The remarkable Detroit pianist leads an all-star trio Wednesday at the Southfield Public Library.

 

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Detroit Performs TV:
Best of Season 9

Michigan’s Great Lakes

Photographer Jeff Gaydash illuminates mystery and majesty at the DIA.

 

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Kindertransport

Discover the amazing journeys and compelling stories of children escaping Nazi Europe at the Holocaust Memorial Center.

 

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Sweeney Todd

Michigan Opera Theatre serves revenge piping hot at Detroit Opera House.

 

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Hello, Dolly!
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Broadway in Detroit presents one of the most beloved musical productions of all time, “Hello,…

Jazz & Blues at SPL: Alvin Waddles Trio
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Jazz & Blues at the Library presents the Alvin Waddles Trio.  The concert program is Wednesday, Nov.…

For Sama
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Love, motherhood and survival during the Syrian civil war are examined in remarkable FRONTLINE program…

In the Spirit
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Enjoy music that brings out the wonder of the holiday season when Farmington Community Band…

Communities of Interest: Redistricting in Michigan
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What are “Communities of Interest” and how will they affect Redistricting in Michigan? Detroit Public TV…

Michigan’s Great Lakes: Photographs by Jeff Gaydash
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The beauty, mystery and majesty of our state are revealed Saturday when the Detroit Institute…

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