Jenny Sherman, The Macomb Daily

Jenny Sherman

The Macomb Daily

Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • The Macomb Daily
  • Daily Tribune
  • The Morning Sun
  • The Oakland Press
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Recent articles by Jenny:

Grosse Pointe Theatre presents ‘Broadway Bound’ – Macomb Daily

Grosse Pointe Theatre continues its 75th season with Neil Simon’s “Broadway Bound.” → Read More

Journalist Ed Gordon to host reception for new Umoja Fine Arts exhibit

“Umoja Art Basel: A Contemporary Affair (Experience the History of Our Lost Gems)” runs Jan. 27 through March 11. → Read More

See ‘The Light’ at Tipping Point Theatre – Macomb Daily

The show is described as “a real-time rollercoaster ride of laughter, romance, and reckoning…” → Read More

‘Make Your Magic’ at Sesame Street Live – Macomb Daily

“Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic” will be at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Jan. 20-29. → Read More

Plastic Bag Store opens in Ann Arbor

The Plastic Bag Store is a custom-built public art installation and film experience designed to encourage visitors to think more about the enduring impact of single-use plastics. → Read More

‘Small Works’ exhibit opens this weekend at Anton Art Center

An opening reception and awards announcement is planned for 2 p.m. Saturday. → Read More

Alma College to host series of MLK Day events

Alma College will host a series of events the week of Jan. 16 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., including a community engagement fair, poetry night, poverty simulation, art exhibit and more. → Read More

Michigan’s largest fishing show coming to Novi

The largest fishing show in the country returns to Novi’s Suburban Collection Showplace this weekend through Jan 15. → Read More

New exhibition explores significance of ’18’

Running through March 1, the collection of abstract works will feature the work of 18 Michigan and national artists as they interpret the mysticism of the number 18. → Read More

Estefan musical ‘On Your Feet!’ coming to Macomb Center

Catch “On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio & Gloria Estefan” for one night only at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9 at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts. → Read More

World of Winter engulfs downtown Grand Rapids

World of Winter will overtake downtown Grand Rapids for two months beginning this weekend. → Read More

Fire & Ice Festival returns to Detroit’s Valade Park

Detroit’s Fire & Ice Festival returns to Valade Park Friday through Sunday, Jan. 6-8. → Read More

Masonic Temple to host New Year’s Eve bash Resolution Ball

One of Michigan’s largest New Year’s Eve celebrations returns to Detroit’s historic Masonic Temple. → Read More

Cadieux concert to pay tribute to Detroit guitarist Robert Gillespie

The concert, hosted by Doug Podell from 106.7 WLLZ, will feature a variety of local groups performing Gillespie’s music. → Read More

‘Deck the Halls with Dinos’ at Cranbrook – Macomb Daily

“Deck the Halls with Dinos” will run Tuesday through Thursday, Dec. 27-30 at the Cranbrook Institute of Science. → Read More

‘Last Christmas’ at The Crofoot

The ’80s vs. ’90s Holiday Dance Party will feature popular party songs from the iconic decades as well as a sprinkling of holiday hits. → Read More

Last chance to check out Anton Art Center exhibit, Holiday Market

The annual Holiday Market, open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, features Michigan handmade gifts and seasonal décor. → Read More

CMU art exhibition explores post-pandemic life

“Thinking Out Loud” features works by Michigan artist Brian Nelson that reflect on the experience of existing in a “post-pandemic” world → Read More

Chippewa Nature Center to host annual Winter Solstice Celebration

Attendees will have opportunities to take part in earth-friendly traditions to celebrate the season. → Read More

Catch ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ on the big screen at the Redford

The Redford Theatre will show two screenings of “It’s a Wonderful Life” at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16-17. → Read More