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Lido Gallery Poetry & Music Series
Hosted by John D. Lamb with writer Keith Hood, Terrence Daryl Shulman,founder of C.A.S.A. (Cleptomaniacs And Shoplifters Anonymous) & Don “Doop” Duprie, songwriter/Kresge Fellow.
Keith Hood's short fiction has been published in Blue Mesa Review and Quick Fiction. He is also former editor of Orchid: A Literary Review a fiction journal with a too short six-issue life span. His photography has been published in Ontario Review and been exhibited in juried shows at the Michigan Photography Exhibit and the Toledo Museum of Art. Keith also serves on the board of directors of 826 Michigan, a nonprofit writing center designed to help students aged 6-18 develop their writing skills. Keith completed a two-week residency at the Ragdale Artists Colony where he spent the time working a short story collection set, mostly in the city of Detroit.
Terrence Daryl Shulman completed his undergraduate degree in English Literature at the University of Michigan in 1987. He graduated from The Detroit College of Law in 1991 and has been an attorney-at-law since 1992 specializing in mental health law and criminal defense work. Since 1997 he has been a full-time certified social worker and addictions therapist. Shulman is the Founder/Director of The Shulman Center for Compulsive Theft, Spending and Hoarding in metro-Detroit. He counsels clients in person and by phone. He has authored four recovery books: “Something for Nothing: Shoplifting Addiction and Recovery” (2003), “Biting The Hand That Feeds: The Employee Theft Epidemic” (2005), “Bought Out and $pent! Recovery from Compulsive $hopping and $pending” (2008), and “Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls: Compulsive Stealing, Spending and Hoarding” (2011). Shulman was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2004. Since March 1990 Shulman has been in recovery from addictive-compulsive shoplifting and stealing. He is the founder of C.A.S.A. (Cleptomaniacs And Shoplifters Anonymous) which has support groups in the metro-Detroit area and across the U.S.
Don “Doop” Duprie is the front man for the Detroit area alt-country/roots rock band Doop and the Inside Outlaws. Doop is also a laid off firefighter born and raised in industrial River Rouge, Michigan. Deep working class roots echo throughout his music. He teamed up with legendary Detroit producer Jim Diamond (White Stripes) to record his albums “Blood River,” “Everett Belcher” and now “What am I supposed to do?” The albums made the Top Ten List in Metro Times and AmericanRoots.com. “Everett Belcher” won the Detroit Music Award for “Outstanding Country Recording” and was named “Album of the Day” by Country Music Pride’s podcast American Daily. Doop’s music has been featured on the American Public Media radio show “The Story,” the award-winning podcast Digivegas.com and the #1 Americana podcast, “Americana Root Roundtable” on NoDepression.com. Doop has been named a 2012 Kresge Artist Fellow. The program recognizes Detroit area performing artists for their “creative vision and commitment to excellence.”
More About Lido Gallery
Lido Gallery is an art gallery and store based in Birmingham. The gallery holds fine art exhibits, art history lectures and fiction and poetry readings. Lido Gallery also sells original vintage posters, prints, rare posters and gift items including jewelry, lights, lamps, pens, rock confections, table top and culinary gifts, sweets, confections and literary gifts. The gallery also issues gift certificates and holds charitable fund raisers. Visit Lido Gallery's website for more information on the gallery and the gift items available for sale, as well as information regarding upcoming events, exhibitions and services.
Other events here
- Lido Gallery Closing Sale May 22, 2013 / May 23, 2013 / May 24, 2013 / May 25, 2013 / May 28, 2013 / May 29, 2013 / May 30, 2013 / May 31, 2013, 10:00 am–6:00 pm