St. Andrew’s Hall
The St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit, founded in 1849 to assist recent immigrants from Scotland and to encourage appreciation
The Aruba Palace was a venue in Detroit’s Chaldean Town neighborhood – Seven Mile Road between Woodward Avenue and
Some on the scene believed the club received its name due to the Polish immigrant owner who’s name may
As a band as likely to play the tearjerker pop hit “Last Kiss” and an Erik Satie minimalist classical
The Ramrods were formed in mid-1977 by singer Mark Norton, guitarist Peter James, bassist Dave Hanna, and drummer Robert
BIO (Written by Norman Westberg– member of Swans): “I met Charles (Bowen) at Bookie’s one night. We had a
WDET’s Radios in Motion
WDET, Detroit’s public radio station based at Wayne State University, was originally put on the air by the United
Touch and Go
Started in Lansing in November 1979, Touch and Go was a xerox fanzine created by Tesco Vee, a pseudonym
Big John’s Cowabunga!
A stapled 8 1/2 x 11 inch magazine, Big John’s Cowabunga! was founded in Midland, Michigan by John H.