Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The Macomb Center for the Performing Arts in Clinton Township has welcomed hundreds of popular performers throughout the years and served as the home stage for dozens of local groups.
This season marks 30 years of music, comedy, dance and theater at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts in Clinton Township. Since opening in 1982 at 44575 Garfield, the Macomb Center has welcomed many of the entertainment industry’s top stars. “We’ve had from Bill Cosby to Stevie Wonder to Frankie Valli,” said Sandy Hazelton-Pianko, marketing manager at the center. “Kathy Griffin was here two consecutive years and sold out both years.” Other performers to take the stage include Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson, Tony Bennett, Regis Philbin, Wayne Newton, The Beach Boys, Paul Anka and Jeff Daniels. The 30th professional season at the Macomb Center opened last month with Burton Cummings, lead singer of The Guess Who…
Thursday, May 24, 2012
South Lake High School's annual junior and senior prom was held Thursday at the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores.
South Lake High School students and their dates donned their tuxes and gowns and ventured to the historic Edsel & Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores for their prom. Patch was there to capture some of the students on camera, but we want to see your photos too! Do you have a photo from the South Lake prom? Share it on Patch by clicking on the green “Upload Photos and Videos” icon.
The annual junior and senior prom for Lake Shore High School was held May 24 at Zuccaro's Banquet Hall.
Groups of students decked out in their best attire made their way to the annual Lake Shore High School prom celebration held Thursday evening at Zuccaro's Banquet Hall in Chesterfield Township. Patch was there to capture some of the students on camera, but we want to see your photos too! Do you have a photo from the Lake Shore prom? Share it on Patch by clicking on the green “Upload Photos and Videos” icon.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
A new school year brings about new schedules, new commitments, and often times an overflowing calendar of events. Let the balancing act begin!
There is little doubt that the schedules of most families today are overflowing with extra-curricular activities: dance practice, soccer and football just to name a few. The options are endless for organized activities in our society. Every second of everyday could virtually be filled if you so desired, but what if you are yearning for some balance? How do you choose what your children participate in? A wise family friend of mine gave me some advice on this, and I thought I would share with all of you! When the kids are in bed sit down with your significant other and make a list of goals for each of your children (15-25 life goals). Yes, each child should have their own list. What direction do you desire your children to go? What do you …