Month: January 2019

Invitation to Better Understand the Art of Photography at Gallery Workshop: Feb. 16

Dearborn, MI – The DCAC is offering a Basic Photography Workshop with award winning photographer Lance Rosol at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center in the Padzieski Gallery on Saturday, February 16 at 5 – 7:30pm. Attendees are invited to understand more about the art of digital photography, and take their abilities to the ...

Amer Zahr: Tell your Senator to vote AGAINST anti-BDS, anti-Palestinian bill TODAY!

TODAY, the United States Senate will consider S.1, a bill proposed by Senator Marco Rubio aimed at punishing Americans who participate in the BDS movement. Established in 2005 by Palestinian civil society to encourage individuals, nations and organizations to boycott Israel over its consistent violations of international law, BDS was inspired by the South African ...

The Phrase of Doom

There is a phrase often used, and it has become all too accepted a phrase. I’m focusing on my experience with members of the Arab American community, who have lost the ways of our grandparents, who built wholesome families and shared their lives together. When men and women are looking to get married, they often ...

​DETROIT TIGERS, ARAB MUSEUM PARTNER TO HOST ARAB AMERICAN NIGHT AT COMERICA PARK

Only such event in baseball announced during Tigers Winter Caravan visit Outfielder Mikie Mahtook donates game-worn jersey to eponymous collection at the Dearborn museum Dearborn, Mich. (Jan. 25, 2019) – The opportunity has arrived for metro Detroit’s Arab American community and those who support it to hit one out of the park! The Detroit Tigers ...

ARAB AMERICAN MUSEUM PARTNERS WITH SECRET SOCIETY OF TWISTED STORYTELLERS FOR FEB. 1 “FREEDOM STORIES”

Museum’s ongoing Hikayat storytelling series offers compelling true tales told by those who lived them Dearborn, Mich. (Jan. 14, 2019) – The word freedom has many definitions. Dictionaries speak of the power or right to act, speak or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint; the absence of subjection to foreign domination or despotic ...

This weekend in the Ann Arbor parks

Year-Round Winter Market Grab a hot cup of coffee, cider or even hot chocolate on these cold days and shop local with us all winter long. We have apples, squash, greens like lettuce and spinach, carrots, rutabaga, potatoes and root veggies. Plus artisan products, bread and croissants, chicken, pierogis, kielbasa, honey and lots more. Free ...