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Detroit Moxie's Weekend Roundup

I'm still on vacation in Bournemouth, England. We head to London Monday morning. But...even after a stumble yesterday, the Detroit Tigers are off to a fantastic start of the season. And our Red Wings are going to need some extra cheering to pick up a win in Music City.

Get out there and enjoy Detroit!

Weekend Roundup

1. Detroit Moth StorySLAM - The theme this month for the 5-minute story extravaganza is "Silver Lining." You know, always look on the bright side of life and such. Also, did you know you can now by Moth tickets in advance? It's true! April 12th.

2. 2012 Michigan Pinball Expo - Are you a pinball wizard? Over 100 pinball and video games are featured (no quarters needed, play is included in admission) and/or you can play in the tournaments. This is a family friendly event. April 12—15.

3. Jay and Silent Bob Get Old! - Film icons Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes perform live at the old Redford Theatre as they record their popular podcast. April 13.

4. Pewabic Pottery Staff & Student Exposition - The opening reception for the 41st annual event showcases the diversity and creative range of Pewabic Pottery. April 13th.

5. Greenfield Village - Step back in time as the historic village opens for the season. From Henry Ford's Model T to Edison's original light bulb and the Wright Brothers' Cylce Shop, Greenfield Village has something for everyone. Opening for the season: April 14th.

Do you know of a great event going on in Metro Detroit this weekend? Add it to the comments and share it with us!

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Reader Comments (2)

Don't miss Allee Willis Marches on Detroit: Last Call Before the Wrecking Ball," at Mumford High Auditorium, a benefit for Mumford High School Concert Choir. Thursday, Apr. 6, show starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are $5. All ages.

April 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHelena Bouchez

The Tigers are slumping right now but they'll bounce back. I adore the city of Detroit with all of my heart even though I no longer live there it never leaves me and Go Detroit Lions always!!!

May 20, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMikel

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