On Fireworks, Concerts, and Staying Connected with Customers

Green, yellow, and blue fireworks burst against a dark sky

Like many people throughout the United States last weekend, I enjoyed an extended holiday break to celebrate the Fourth of July with my family.

We enjoyed music, barbecue, a walk through the Krohn Conservatory, and a trip to Findlay Market in Cincinnati as we caught up with family members and celebrated our nation’s independence. Continue reading On Fireworks, Concerts, and Staying Connected with Customers

Photo of the Week: Kicking off the Holidays at Noel Night

Night lighting at the Detroit Public Library

Sanctuary at the Cathedral Church of St Paul in Detroit

One of my favorite nights of the year is Noel Night. Celebrated the first Saturday evening in December, the midtown area in Detroit is shutdown to celebrate the holidays with more than 200 performances and exhibits by choirs, musicians, and artists at museums, libraries, Wayne State University, businesses, and churches. Continue reading Photo of the Week: Kicking off the Holidays at Noel Night

Enjoying A Capella Music: MACFest 2014

Angels on Call a capella group at the University of Michigan

Angels on Call a capella group at the University of Michigan

Every fall I look forward to MACFest, the annual fall concert for the student a capella groups at the University of Michigan. Organized by the Michigan A Capella Council, MACFest showcases 16 student groups, the largest collegiate a capella community in the United States. Continue reading Enjoying A Capella Music: MACFest 2014