Detroit was a city renowned for its eye candy architecture. High rise palaces like the Fisher Building, or wild deco worlds like those of the Penobscot and Guardian Buildings, are twinkling jewels in the city’s skyline. There’s instant gratification in them, and it only takes
We follow MyThy as she documents her culinary adventures across her adopted home of Michigan.
Palma Restaurant is a staple in Hamtramck, MI. Here, Sedina Fetic takes us into her culinary world of Bosnia and gives us platefuls.
Capitol Park in Downtown Detroit has seen many changes over the years, including its most recent transformation into a home for swanky bars and apartments. However, long before that, the tiny triangle at the intersections of State, Griswold and Shelby served as Michigan’s territory and
In the battle to dominate the luxury market, brands like Mercedes-Benz have been racing to fill every possible product niche, but the new X-Class is still likely to take Mercedes loyalists by surprise, marking the first time its familiar tri-star logo has appeared on a
Sergio Martinez came to the United States from Mexico City when he was five years old. He grew up in and around Detroit and has become one of the young leaders in the immigrant rights movement in Detroit. He serves on the board of the
Last December I took a walk along what will be the Belt Line Greenway following the old rail corridor that served the Packard Plant and Frederick Stearns Pharmaceutical Company on Jefferson. Patrick Crouch from Earthworks Urban Farm led me on the expedition to check out
Robert Sestok is a Detroit original and career artist, living and working in the city since his days at Wayne State University. In the early 1970s, Sestok was one of the recognized names among the Cass Corridor Movement—arguably the most notorious contemporary art movement to
These city streets had countless foot prints embedded in them
But what about the tire threads
The ones that wore out the pavement
made it crack
made it wither
made it mold into what it is today
Chevy, your threads made our tracks what they are today