In the early 1990s, I remember a staff meeting at the Detroit Free Press where the executive editor spent the bulk of his time reassuring the reporters and editors that things were on the up and up. The comments smacked of desperation, and the journalists in the room knew it.
The pep talk was given
Last week our friend Larry Mongo and his friend Rod Lockwood announced a pitch to develop nearly half of Palmer Park. They have big ideas, featuring luxury condos and a flying carpet for children. It's sort of like that time the two set out to
Julién Godman is many things—Traveler, Entrepreneur, Chef, Maker of Teas—but in this moment he is a writer. This month the Detroit-based creative releases his first book of short stories, Andanzas, Vol. I, Friends, in collaboration with the Mexican-based publisher, Ban Pang Editorial.
We caught up with Godman for
Andre Potvin is celebrating this year;s Record Store Day with a party to celebrate his shop's new Eastern Market Location. Saturday, April 13th, guests are invited to explore The 37th Shield Library's new home, as live DJS set the mood from noon to 6 p.m.
New space, yes.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]What's great about hitting the open road with the brand new 2020 Ford Escape? With the slew of features and best-in-class mileage, drivers are able to escape to wherever the wind takes them, if you get my drift.
To celebrate the launch of the new
It doesn't matter that Maxwell Leonard no longer runs a secret bakery out of his Hamtramck home. What matters is that he did, and that he is still baking in Detroit.
After years of travel, including culinary adventures in France, the wine country of the Western United States—and