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  1. Eminem and Rihanna give fans 'Monster' event

    Eminem and Rihanna unleashed a 'Monster' on Comerica Park Friday night in front of approximately 45,000 fans at the first of their two blockbuster concerts at the Detroit Tigers' home. With a two-and-a-half hour show that spanned four dozen songs, the duo delivered the sold-out crowd a parade of hits that rarely let up and never turned down.

  2. Review: Ultra-violent 'Sin City' sequel is ultra-repetitive

    'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is ultra-stylized, ultra-violent and ultra-repetitive. It covers the same ground Robert Rodriguez's and Frank Miller's 'Sin City' did in 2005, to diminishing returns.

  3. Review: One Direction spontaneous, charismatic in Detroit stop of U.S. tour

    There's a sincerity and an aw-shucks honesty about One Direction that endears them to fans.

  4. Motley Crue's 'farewell' show doesn't disappoint DTE crowd

    Motley Crue didn't say goodbye to Detroit Saturday night at DTE Energy Music Theatre; rather, the Los Angeles rockers simply began the process of saying its (supposed) farewells to the Motor City.

  5. Keith Urban closes out Saturday's Faster Horses in megastar fashion

    Keith Urban closed out the second day of the Faster Horses festival at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn Saturday night with a rollicking set before the weekend's biggest crowd.

  6. Crowd-pleaser Tim McGraw closes out day one of Faster Horses

    Country music superstar Tim McGraw closed out the first day of Faster Horses with a confident, professional, crowd-pleasing set in front of some 20,000-plus fans on the grounds of Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn Friday night.

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