Journeys of Discovery: Ann Arbor’s Ark—where live music thrives
The Ark started back in 1965 as an Ann Arbor, Michigan coffee house that morphed into a legendary live-music venue. The Ark consistently attracts big name acts such as Joan Baez and Arlo Guthrie in addition to regional performers.
The art of story telling is a specialty at the Ark, hosting local performers and the Moth’s annual Grand Slam Championship. Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Barb Chaffer Authier, marketing director at the Ark.
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