Jenny Sherman, Daily Tribune

Jenny Sherman

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Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • Daily Tribune
  • The Morning Sun
  • The Macomb Daily
  • The Oakland Press
Past:
  • Press & Guide

Recent articles by Jenny:

‘To Paint is to Live’ exhibit on view at the Holocaust Center

“To Paint is to Live: The Artwork of Erich Lichtblau-Leskly” will be on view at the Zekelman Holocaust Center through Dec. 16. → Read More

Michigan Renaissance Festival returns, Aug 20-21

This weekend’s theme at the Michigan Renaissance Festival is Pirates & Pups. → Read More

Detroit Youth Choir to perform concert fundraiser in West Bloomfield

Fox 2 Detroit TV anchor and WNIC radio personality Jay Towers will be emceeing the event. → Read More

Enjoy Martial Arts in the Park, free ice cream in Mt. Pleasant

Mt. Pleasant Martial Arts will host a Martial Arts in the Park event at Island Park on Thursday, Aug. 18. → Read More

Global Art Project for Peace debuts at Detroit gallery

The Global Art Project for Peace was founded in 1994 to create a global community of peace through art. → Read More

‘A League of Their Own’ debuts on Prime Video

The show will tell the story of the formation of the beloved Rockford Peaches, but this time with different characters and story lines. → Read More

Pop-up art exhibition, plein air event set for Saturday

The event will feature the work of four landscape artists who will be on-site painting/drawing, in plein air, and selling their work. → Read More

Royal Oak hosts first Pride Fest in 20 years

The first Pride Festival held in Royal Oak in 20 years is set for this weekend, Aug. 12-13, on Washington Ave. between 5th and 7th streets, and on 6th Street between Center St. and Lafayette Ave. M… → Read More

Find unique treasures at Packard Proving Grounds vintage market

Chic & Unique Vintage Market will host its 5th annual vintage and handmade Summer Market at the Packard Proving Grounds in Shelby Township on Sunday, Aug. 7, featuring 125 small businesses sell… → Read More

Automotive design exhibition opens at historical museum

The opening reception for the annual Automotive Concept Art Exhibition at the Royal Oak Historical Society Museum will be held from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, followed by the Museum’s annual Ca… → Read More

Film based on true story of young girl’s escape from the Holocaust debuts at The Maple

‘My Name is Sara’ tells the harrowing story of Detroit philanthropist Mickey Shapiro’s mother, Sara, after the Nazis killed her entire family in September 1942. → Read More

Detroit Whisky Festival returns to Eastern Market

The event benefits Offering Alternative Therapy with Smiles (O.A.T.S.), an Oakland County nonprofit working to promote the health, well-being and happiness of individuals through equine-assisted se… → Read More

‘SNL’ alum Chris Kattan brings the laughs in Royal Oak

The “Saturday Night Live” star brings his comedy act to Royal Oak on Sunday. → Read More

New DIA exhibit explores history of visual storytelling

Many of the works were gifted to the museum, while others are recent acquisitions made by the DIA and never before on view. → Read More

‘Pippin’ opens at The Berman Center

Nicely Theatre Group’s production of “Pippin” makes its debut at The Berman Center for Performing Arts this Friday. → Read More

Upcoming exhibition celebrates the art of inclusion

An opening reception with music, refreshments, and a collective art activity is planned for Saturday, July 16. → Read More

‘Frozen Jr.’ coming to Stagecrafters – Macomb Daily

Featuring all the memorable hits from the animated film — and some new songs as well — the production runs July 15-24. → Read More

Gay rom-com musical parody ‘You’ve Got Male’ opens at The Ringwald

The summer musical parody “You’ve Got Male,” a mash-up of famous rom-coms, follows two coworkers as they navigate through love, life and Grindr. → Read More

Craig Robinson brings the laughs in Royal Oak this week

The comedian and actor is famous for his beloved role as Darryl Philbin in “The Office” and many others. → Read More

Michigan Water Color Society ‘Top 30’ exhibit opening at Anton Art Center

The exhibition will be on view at the Anton Art Center through Aug. 30. → Read More