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Remembering Kim Demick

Last weekend, shortly after having returned home to Michigan from New Mexico, where she’d moved some six months earlier, Ypsilanti artist Kim Demick passed away. While I considered Kim a friend, the truth is I didn’t know her terribly well. I think we first met at the Shadow Art Fair about 10 years ago now, […]

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Local entrepreneurs Jean Henry, Lisa Waud and Helen Harding on what it means to be “Small and Mighty”

We didn’t announce it until this evening, but the October recipient of the Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation’s monthly $1,000 cash grant was Small & Mighty, the scrappy, little entrepreneurial support network created in the fall of 2012 by brilliant local shit-stirrers Jean Henry, Helen Harding and the cheese-loving Lisa Waud. What follows is a transcript […]

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Pencil Paparazzi: a postcoital Jason Segel

I’ve got another entry for our ever-growing Pencil Paparazzi file. This one comes from a boy in Ann Arbor who answers to the name of Jim. Accompanying his drawing of a half-dressed Jason Segel, was the following note: This is my depiction of Jason Segel putting on a t-shirt after doing thespian sex on the […]

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