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Michigan Sharon Van Etten's Song for Orlando: Singer Talks Pulse Tribute, How Michael Stipe Convinced Her to Do a Club Mix

In June of last year, Sharon Van Etten mourned alongside the rest of the community after 49 people were shot and killed at one of Orlando's premier LGBT nightclubs, Pulse. She did so at the piano, where the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter has long spent her music career trying to grapple with the world, herself and unthinkable tragedies like the one that claimed innocent lives at Pulse. READ MORE.

Features The Frivolist: 6 Reasons Why Columbus, Ohio Is My New Favorite City (And Should Be Yours, Too)

There's plenty to love about New York, L.A., Miami, D.C., but what about all the other bustling albeit smaller cities across the country that don't get nearly enough love? I love visiting these less densely populated metropolises - like Detroit, for instance. READ MORE.

Q&A: Sam Claflin on Looking For the Right Gay Role, Gay 'Hunger Games' Fan Fiction & 'Sickening' Intolerance

After a breakout part in the "Hunger Games" saga, as dreamy tribute Finnick Odair, and now a starring role opposite Rachel Weisz in "My Cousin Rachel," the odds certainly have been in Sam Claflin's favor. Considering his winning streak, we're holding out hope that a "Fifty Shades of Grey"-style rendezvous between him and the Hemsworth brothers - his idea, mind you - could be the British actor's next major franchise. Till that blessed day comes, check out what the affable "Me Before You" looker has to say about finding the right gay role, how people are responding to his recent Hollywood body-shaming criticism and French gay porn. READ MORE.

The Frivolist: 6 Reasons Why Columbus, Ohio Is My New Favorite City (And Should Be Yours, Too)

There's plenty to love about New York, L.A., Miami, D.C., but what about all the other bustling albeit smaller cities across the country that don't get nearly enough love? I love visiting these less densely populated metropolises - like Detroit, for instance. READ MORE.

'Love Never Dies' at the Fisher Theatre

"Love Never Dies" will open its North American Tour at Detroit's Fisher Theatre on October 17 with performances through October 29. READ MORE.

GM River Days

For the twelfth year, GM River Days will take place along the Detroit Riverfront from 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. June 23-25 - from the DetroitWayne County Port Authority Terminal Dock just west of the GM Renaissance Center, to Rivard Plaza and the William G. Milliken State Park. READ MORE.

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