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Nov 13 / Tevin Monroe

Warrior Weekend – November 14th

Hey everyone! Can you believe that there’s a little more than a month until final exams? I know, I know… the semester has gone by so quickly! But that doesn’t mean that there’s a shortage of things happening in Detroit. And for a while longer, there’ll be temporary seating situated in the Fountain Court area, so shoutout to our WSU Placemakers for that! Without further ado, here are this weekend’s events.

Murals in the Market Tour

November 14th, 1:30-3:00pm, Eastern Market; In addition to weekly Saturday Markets at Eastern Market, an organization called Feet on the Street Tours is offering a tour of the new murals at the Market. If you weren’t there for the event last month, this tour will be great to show you all the murals that were painted, and the stories behind each of them. The tour costs $10, and registration is required.

 

 

Wasserman Projects Exhibit

November 14th, 10-7pm, Eastern Market; The Wasserman Projects offer a flexible space for artists and designers to showcase their work to Detroit residents and visitors.  Currently, there is a three-part art exhibit at the Wasserman Projects by three different artists. The three works of art will continue to be in Detroit for another month, and it’ll be worth seeing before it’s gone!

Detroit SOUP

November 15th, 6pm; Few things compare to hot soup when it’s chilly outside. And I know that the idea of business entrepreneurship is attractive at all times, all seasons. What if you could mix the two? Well, you can! Detroit SOUP is an organization that throws monthly soup dinners. For $5, you get soup, salad, and a vote: you vote which small business will get the micro grant created by all the admission fees pooled together. Cool, right?

House Coffee: Temple Takeover

November 14th, 10pm, Temple Bar; Like house music?  Like coffee? Like Detroit things? House Coffee is for you! It’s a bi-weekly house music gathering that’s usually held in the Urban Bean coffee shop. This weekend, however, it’ll be at Temple Bar — much closer to campus for those of us who are bikers or pedestrians!