The Labor Day weekend outdoor event, now in its second year, features everything from live music and ethnic dancing to Dragon Boat races and fireworks. Mayor Virg Bernero hosts the Mayor’s Labor Walk at 2 p.m. Saturday, which starts at the pedestrian bridge in Adado Riverfront Park.
For those who are actually co-op residents, there is no cover charge and they can bring a “plus-one” guest. Also, residents and their guest will have a “line bypass” as well, so there’s no waiting outside, no matter what time they show up. There is a $4 cover for non-co-op residents.
Both came into play while the 22-yearold was taping something else that is sure to get him noticed: the VH1 reality series, “Ton of Cash,” which began airing earlier this month. Derke is one of 14 contestants racing to move $1 million in cash from Malibu to Las Vegas by any means they can.
The average guy is more likely to be attracted to “Barely Legal!” than “Almost Of Age To Retire To The Home.” This particular guy doesn’t seem to be average. Sure, he might have invited you to volleyball to be inclusive, but dates ' which he’s asked you on ' are very rarely a form of philanthropy.
Last weekend’s Renegade Theatre Festival in Old Town included contributions from more than a dozen local theater companies and independent producers. Here are some quick impressions from our theater critics. (Write-ups on other shows, such as Williamston Theatre’s “Dead Man’s Shoes” and Peppermint Creek Theatre Co.
Also taking the stage is Billiards Music, a Lansing band specializing in acoustic-dub music. The band has a West Coast, reggae-rock sound similar to Sublime. Billiards Music started as a solo project featuring songwriter Brandon Jo (guitar/lead vocals).