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5 ways to enjoy your week in Detroit

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Looking for something to do this week? From comedy stand up to live music, here's a roundup of options to help you get social around town.

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Comfort Zone: The Canadian Take Over Stand Up Comedy

From the event description:

It's another takeover night at Trixie's as we welcome our fellow Canadians to take over the stage for another big night of comedy.

When: Thursday, Oct. 10, 8-11 p.m.
Where: Trixie's Bar, 2656 Carpenter Ave.
Admission: $5
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Launch of Trust Thursdays

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Introducing a weekly Thursday event perfectly designed to blend multiple layers of music, fashion, models and influence. Prepare for the lights of Detroit's most talked-about photographers capturing your favorite socialites, along with the many brands that will make sure to have a standing reservation every week.

When: Thursday, Oct. 10, 9 p.m.-Friday, Oct. 11, 12 a.m.
Where: Trust Cocktails, Shareables & Nightlife, 205 W. Congress St.
Admission: Free (Before 11 p.m. RSVP); $50 (VIP Reception)
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Dinner with Dilla

From the event description:

The essence of who Dilla is, what he stands for and the inspiration he bestows as a guiding beacon for equality in music education for all children is the focus of this evening. Honor his legacy with Vernon Chapel A.M.E. Church celebrating "Dinner With Dilla." Event includes a four-course dinner, musical performances and panel discussion with Amp Fiddler, Chadwick "Niles" Phillips, Young RJ Rice of Slum Village, T3, Jeremy Hart, Kent Brown and Donte Copney.

When: Friday, Oct. 11, 5-10 p.m.
Where: 18500 Norwood St.
Admission: $8 (16 and Under); $25 (Adult)

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The Square One Project: Special Reception on the Role of Art in Justice and Healing

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The Square One Project and the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne State University Law School invite you to join us for a special reception of the Roundtable on the Future of Justice Policy. Join us to connect over food and drinks before a discussion about the role of art in justice and healing. We'll listen in on an on-stage conversation between featured speakers - artists and advocates - who will offer reflections on how art can be used to address issues of violence and violence prevention, discuss their work in these areas and share their ideas and visions for moving forward.

When: Friday, Oct. 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: Wright Museum of African American History, 315 E. Warren Ave.
Admission: Free
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Friday Night Live! Music by Jeremy Dutcher

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Performer, composer, musicologist and activist Jeremy Dutcher is at the forefront of what some are calling Canada's Indigenous Renaissance. A classically-trained operatic tenor and composer who takes every opportunity to merge his Wolastoq First Nation roots into the music he creates, Dutcher blends distinct musical aesthetics that shift between classical, traditional and pop to form something entirely new. A member of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, Dutcher worked in the archives at the Canadian Museum of History, painstakingly transcribing Wolastoq songs from 1907 wax cylinders. Dutcher heard ancestral voices singing forgotten songs and stories that had been taken from the Wolastoqiyik generations ago. As he listened to each recording, he felt his own musical impulses stirring from deep within.

When: Friday, Oct. 11, 8-10 p.m.
Where: Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave.
Admission: Free
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