Activities That Aren’t Golfing for the Tigers

It is often said of the players whose teams fail to make the postseason — or have otherwise been eliminated from the playoffs — it’s often said of such players that they “are golfing now” or “are golfing in October” or something along those lines. Having said that, I will also submit that not every member of the recently eliminated Detroit Tigers necessarily fits the precise demographic profile of Big Time Golf Enthusiast. How are they supposed to pass the next couple of months?

With a view to answering that question, I present the following — a record of three upcoming Detroit-area activities that might entertain and fulfill Miguel Cabrera, Justin Verlander, and other of this year’s American League champions.

All event details courtesy Detroit arts weekly Metro Times.

Living The Sweet Life: An Evening with Terry McMillan

Authoress Terry McMillan documented, via a novel of a very similar name, how Stella got her groove back. Perhaps she can help all the Detroiters get their respective grooves back, too.

When: November 1, 6 p.m.
Venue: MGM Grand Detroit
Address: 1777 Third St.
Phone: (248) 398-3400
Price: $35

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Mike Birbiglia

Comedian Mike Birbgilia has been described as the “Terry McMillan of American comedy” by no one.

On the plus side, here’s a joke he tells about baseball:

When: November 15, 8 p.m.
Venue: Michigan Theater
Address: 603 E. Liberty
Phone: (734) 668-8480
Web Site: http://www.michtheater.org

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A John Waters Christmas

Do you like celebrating the birthday of Christ Our Lord? Do you also have a pencil-thin mustache? This is your perfect event!

When: December 15, 8 p.m.
Venue: Royal Oak Music Theatre
Address: 318 W. Fourth St.
Phone: (248) 399-2980
Web Site: http://www.royaloakmusictheatre.com
Price: $29.50-$125




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Carson Cistulli occasionally publishes spirited ejaculations at The New Enthusiast.


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  1. Alvaro says:

    I think we all know what Cabrera is going to be doing.

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