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Bridal Celebrations

TCF Center (formally Cobo Cneter), Detroit Michigan 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit

Bridal Celebrations - Michigan's Largest! • Sunday, January 9th, 12:00pm - 4:00pm - • TCF Center, Downtown Detroit (formally Cobo Center) • The total bridal show experience! See the best vendors, The most vendors with the biggest displays, See things other expo’s don’t off, It’s everything weddings. It’s the event brides wait for. • The most vendors (over 200 booths) the most variety! • Win fantastic getaways to Playa and Couples Resorts. • Over $100,000 of free gifts, prizes and special offers! • Win designer bridal gowns • Free Dior gift bags to the first 100 brides • Fee Paul Mitchel makeovers • Win great suits for your groom and groomsmen • See Metro Detroit’s top Choreographed fashion show, • Seminars by The Knot featuring Channel 955’s Shannon Murphy. • Save $$$ with day only show Specials It’s Michigan’s largest, It’s Michigan’s best. It’s the better bridal show! Early Bird Special! $10.00 downloadable vouchers. Save $5.00 limited time offer, download as many as you need! Savings brought to you by Playa Resorts Visit www.cbride.com for details


Profs & Pints Metro Detroit: The Fear Industry

Ant Hall- Planet Ant 2320 Caniff St., Hamtramck

Profs and Pints Metro Detroit presents: “The Fear Industry,” a look at the psychological and biological basis of fear and how fear is exploited by politicians and businesses, with Arash Javanbakht M.D., associate professor of psychiatry and director of the Stress, Trauma, and Anxiety Research Clinic at Wayne State University. Few people confront fear as much as Dr. Arash Javanbakht, an internationally recognized expert on all aspects of it, including its biological roots and cultural aspects. His research and clinical work focus on anxiety disorders and trauma, and the populations that he has worked with include first responders, refugees, and survivors of torture and human trafficking. Join Dr. Javanbakht at Hamtramck’s Planet Ant Theatre, where he’ll deliver a fascinating talk offering a crash course on why we experience fear and an illuminating look at just how our fears are exploited by politicians, the media, social-media companies, and others. He’ll start out by discussing how fear is arguably as old as life itself, remaining deeply rooted in all living organisms over billions of years of evolution. As a result, it’s firmly part of our mental and physical makeup. Then he’ll deliver a thought-provoking, research-based analysis of how our fear leaves us […]

$2 – $12.