Categories: Ann Arbor Icons, Ann Arbor Venues, Things to do in Ann Arbor
The Blind Pig , located above the 8ball Saloon at 208 S. First St. in downtown Ann Arbor, has seen some pretty impressive talent, such as the Motor City punk pioneers, the MC5, Hendrix, and even John Lennon, plus tons of other local & touring artists, bands, & DJ’s over the last 3 decades. It’s also been a number one favorite of the late Kurt Cobain.
Head over for Monday night karaoke, and catch different genres of acts all throughout the week. Tonight check out the blind pig and catch S.U.N, Gorilla Funk Mob, Paradime (of Kid Rock fame), and tomorrow The Sights play with the Satin Peaches. And coming in March are Tally Hall, Electric Six, and Sister Hazel.
If pool tables and darts are more your taste, then head downstairs to the 8Ball.
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The Ann Arbor YMCA‘s (Young Men’s Christian Association) current location at 400 West Washington Street was opened in April 2005. Did you know that Ann Arbor’s first YMCA was only the second in the State of Michigan?
Categories: Ann Arbor Neighborhoods, Ann Arbor Real Estate Adventures
Located on Ann Arbors Westside and built by Delcor Builders, Country French Estates with 210 homesites features a central gazebo and playground area, walking trails, and pond with fountain. The home styles are old world, with each model being named after a wine. Conveniently located within walking distance to specialty shops and easy access to I-94 for the commuter.
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The State Theatre, located above Urban Outfitters, downtown Ann Arbor at Liberty & State Street, was built in 1942 and designed by the same designer as the Fox Theatre in Detroit. With two theater spaces, State Theatre typically shows independent films in very limited release, in an art deco environment. Check out a movie this weekend!
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Burton Tower, on Central Campus at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, is a clock tower built in 1936 with a grand carillon. It is the world’s third heaviest, and has 55 bells, with the largest bell striking every hour. Burton Tower contains classrooms & offices for the University of Michigans School of Music.
Categories: About Ann Arbor, Things to do in Ann Arbor, University of Michigan
What a unique, architecturally striking structure this University of Michigan building is! Opened in February of 2006, it is the largest research facility on the University of Michigan campus, housing more than 100 faculty and scientists. The center also features a 300 seat auditorium, sky-lit atrium and 19 procedure rooms, per typical floor.
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Ann Arbor’s Community High School on N. Division Street is Michigan’s Liberal Arts and Sciences High School with an open campus environment fostering and encouraging self-initiated learning opportunities.
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Situated in the beautifully restored 1886 Michigan Central Depot, Gandy Dancer is an architectural landmark as well as an elegant restaurant known for creative preparations of seafood, steaks and pasta. A popular choice for special events (The Bouma Group has enjoyed a holiday dinner here), the Gandy Dancer offers guests superb dining in a sophisticated, historic atmosphere.
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Located on University of Michigan’s Central Campus, The Michigan Union provides a ticket office, bookstore, campus information center, banking, food, study space and much more. A timeless resource for students and the University community!
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This discount supermarket with very low prices is located at the corner of Dexter and North Maple Road(s). Aldi (short for ALbrecht DIscount) is based in Germany and owned by two brothers, one of whom also owns popular Trader Joe’s!