Thursday, May 2, 2013
Students from across South Lake Schools celebrated the arts Thursday at South Lake High School. Share photos of your student's work on Patch.
Students from across South Lake Schools displayed art work and performed musical selections Thursday at South Lake High School for the annual Celebration of the Arts. Share photos of your children's work, or performance, on Patch! Just click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to share your photos.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Love the movies? Or music and TV? Then blog about your passion on Patch.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Catch the final performance of the Lakeview community spring musical "Beauty and the Beast" at Schaublin Auditorium.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The plaintiffs said they filed the lawsuit against the Detroit museum after they were charged for an exhibit.
A Macomb County Circuit Court judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by five county residents against the Detroit Institute of Arts, according to court records. Plaintiffs Simon Haddad of Clinton Township, Leon Drolet of Macomb Township, Judy and Dennis Buchholtz of Warren and Philis DeSaele of Sterling Heights alleged in the lawsuit they were denied free admission Dec. 1 to the Faberge exhibit—which they contend violated terms of a tri-county millage. Judge John Foster's opinion, including the denial to amend their pleadings, means the case is closed, the Detroit Free Press reported. According to the Art Institute Service Agreement between the Macomb County Art Institute Authority and the DIA, the museum would provide "unlimited, …
Saturday, March 30, 2013
The "Harlem Shake" craze has come to St. Clair Shores, and the surrounding area, as Achatz Burgers, The Boat Works and County Executive Mark Hackel do the popular dance. Share your videos on Patch!
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
St. Clair Shores residents who participated in the filming of "Family Weekend" at Lakeview High School will be able to see their work on the big screen in Birmingham this weekend.
Aspiring actors and actresses from St. Clair Shores, who were extras in the movie Family Weekend, will be able to see themselves on the big screen this weekend for a limited engagement showing of the movie at the Birmingham 8 theater. The movie starring Kristin Chenoweth and Matthew Modine was filmed at Lakeview High School and other locations in Macomb County in 2011 with the stars and a number of Macomb County extras. “We got such great treatment from everyone in Michigan and especially Macomb County,” said producer Adam Saunders of Footprint Features, in a release. “Everyone we came in contact with went out of their way to make us feel safe and comfortable. They really set the tone for a great project and the film reflects that.” The …
Sunday, March 24, 2013
The St. Clair Shores Figure Skating Club holds one final performances of "Mary Poppins" today at Civic Arena.
The general public will be able to see one last performance of the St. Clair Shores Figure Skating Club's adaptation of "Mary Poppins" Sunday at Civic Arena. The show, which is an adaptation of "Mary Poppins," takes to the ice at 2 p.m. Sunday. Prices are $8 at the door, for children and seniors, $10 at the door for adults.
The popular Internet sensation comes to St. Clair Shores as employees of Achatz Burgers do the "Harlem Shake."
Employees of Achatz Burgers show that you can get a shake to drink, and the "Harlem Shake," at the St. Clair Shores restaurant on the Nautical Mile. The video has been posted on YouTube, and if you have a version of the dance, share it with Patch!
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Tonight is the final performance of "Beauty and the Beast" at South Lake High School. The cast includes students from all grades in the district.
Friday, March 22, 2013
The St. Clair Shores Figure Skating Club holds two performances of "Mary Poppins" today at Civic Arena.
The general public will be able to see the St. Clair Shores Figure Skating Club's adaptation of "Mary Poppins" Saturday and Sunday at Civic Arena. The show, which is an adaptation of "Mary Poppins," takes to the ice at 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday. Prices are $8 at the door, for children and seniors, $10 at the door for adults.