Remember those cute yellow dresses the girls at Third Man used to wear? Are they still a thing? Anyway, Anna Sui designed them, and she's coming to town. We're stoked.
The talk is free and open to the public. Just come early—seats are limited, and we
Small business may be the future of Detroit, but it’s also its past. That’s what we learned in conversation with Detroit born natives and entrepreneurs, Jennyfer Crawford and Phillip Simpson.
Crawford is the owner of Ask Jennyfer and founder of All Things Detroit.
Simpson an owner of the
It all started with takeout. One day, after months of picking up orders, we learned that our favorite downtown Ferndale restaurant delivers. Except not to us. Grubhub was telling us that our Detroit pad, about a mile away, was out of delivery range. So we
“I was inspired by Native American culture at the beginning of my career,” says artist Cristin Richard.
“I was looking at how they used every little last bit of the animal. If they hunted an animal, not only would they eat the meat, but they would
Midtown is largely credited with spurring the wave of redevelopment breathing new life into the downtown core of Detroit. One of the first neighborhoods to see renovation and new construction was Midtown which became a beacon of hope in the midst of blight. Many people
“It’s like a fishbowl,” says Lisa Spindler, referring to her downtown studio. During the day, the tinted windows allow for privacy. While at night, the same storefront windows open into a multi-thousand square foot expanse, Lisa Spindler Studio—a space that, even Lisa admits, looks more
In 1949 John and Jimmy Butsicaris opened, in Detroit, what would come to be known, as America's first sports bar, the Lindell AC. This wasn't a place where people came to watch the game. It was a watering hole for athletes, celebrities and blue-collar workers from
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]International Women's Day has special meaning to us at Detroitisit because our core staff is all women. It's not something we throw about, but it is something we're proud of. To celebrate, we're taking the time to reflect on some of our favorite Detroiters, who,
Sara Nickleson is the Director of Library Street Collective, a contemporary art gallery focused on showcasing emerging and established artists. Think Tiff Massey, Jason Revok, Greg Fadell, Sheppard Fairey