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The Little Mermaid Live! had potential but unfortunately didn’t deliver.
It all started 40 years ago with a frog named Kermit sitting in a swamp singing about the rainbow connection. Created by Jim Henson and based on the popularity of its small screen predecessor, The Muppet Show, The Muppet Movie features an incredible cast of Muppet Characters: Miss Piggy, Ralph the dog, Gonzo and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem.
As May came to a close, so did the world of Amazon Prime's newest series, “Good Omens.” Based on the novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, the series follows an unlikely pair that try to stop the end of the world, fool their respective bosses and save mankind.
The Ann Arbor library was once again filled with the magic of rock as Harry and the Potters rocked out on Wednesday, June 26. With fun, uplifting songs based on the Harry Potter series, both longtime fans and those new to the series will enjoy the band.
The 3rd annual Ypsi Pride drew hundreds together to celebrate LGBTQ+ community.
The Big Bang Theory finale provided an exciting payoff to 12 seasons of character development.
The beloved story of the plucky orphan by L.M. Montgomery continues to captivate its audiences with season two of Netflix series, “Anne with an E.”
On June 1, the city of Ypsilanti kicked off it's LBGTQ+ Pride month with the second Annual Ypsi Pride community celebration. Part of the first Friday is a series of events to draw members from LBGT+ community with local businesses around downtown Ypsilanti.
Friday March 30, brought distress, dread, and despair to viewers as the second season of the Series of Unfortunate events became available to watch on Netflix. Taking a more gothic approach on children’s television the show follows the David Handler’s (Lemony Snicket) children’s series of the same name.