You’ve seen him on Discovery Channel’s television show Cash Cab and NatGeo’s Brain Games as well as on Comedy Central and The Late Show but now you can see him live at Tecumseh Center for the Arts on Saturday, January 21 at 7:30 pm.
Ben is most recognized as the host of Cash Cab, and his stand-up has been seen on Comedy Central Presents and his first one hour special “Road Rage and Accidental Ornithology”. Ben has made appearances on 30 Rock, MADtv, The Late Late Show, The Tonight Show, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, and Law & Order to name a few. Most recently, Ben Bailey released his one hour stand-up comedy special “Ben Bailey Live and Uncensored.” He really lets loose in this landmark performance that truly lives up to its name. WARNING: This is not Cash Cab. Ben uses bad words. Ben asks no Trivia questions. Ben gives away no money.
Lenawee County offers a glimpse into the past with local museums offering unique exhibits and collections highlighting the area’s history. See a map of the museum’s locations, and more historical places to visit.
When the League of Michigan Bicyclists began exploring the possibility of launching a new one-day event, they asked me to investigate three locations around the state, and to evaluate the merits and limitations of each. The case for Adrian was overwhelming.
Adrian, MI - January 5, 2017 – The official destination marketing organization for Lenawee County, Michigan, is proud to announce the launch of a new brand identity. What was previously known as the Lenawee County Conference & Visitors Bureau will now be called Visit Lenawee, with the organization also implementing a new logo design and long-term vision.
The holiday shopping season is once again here, which leaves us all trying to decide what to buy family, friends and that extra special person. For some it’s bliss, for others an annoyance … but for most a necessity.
Obviously there are hundreds of retail options out there, and plenty of big box chain stores in which you can probably find everything you need in one spot. But for this holiday season we ask that you take a different approach by considering to shop local and to support the small businesses of Lenawee County.