Good news! It may feel like it should be summer, but it's not. Summer 2019 officially commences June 21st in the Northern Hemisphere. To prepare, we're taking note of some of our favorite secret and not-so-secret adventures—our lazy go-to for idle summer days when it's
Metro Detroit architectural design firm McIntosh Poris Associates believes in the power of interactive city building, and that with the right approach, architecture can change the course of a city. This belief guides their work in preserving and revitalizing the architecture of Detroit – from individual buildings
“Nothing good’s happening after the sun goes down.”
That’s a loose quote from my father—a man whose own nightlife adventures lead him to be suspicious of mine. And he did have a point: it is easier to get away with things under the cloak of darkness.
But to be
NAIAS 2019 —
"Many people have been asking, how will these technologies look and function in real cities for real people? What are the environmental benefits? Are we going to start facing larger climate change challenges?"
—Ivana Kalafatic, Founder of Detroitisit
Many joined us at the Detroit Foundation Hotel
In 2013, Nika Jusufi returned to Detroit from NYC to buy a home. While Detroit housing and its prices were welcoming, it's real estate agents were less enthusiastic. They weren't returning her calls. And if they did, it was days late. When she finally scheduled
Jason Williams, AKA REVOK, has been circulating recently for his generous contributions to Detroit arts organizations such as MOCAD and Living Arts Detroit. Curious for an LA-based artist. Not so curious when you realize he once lived here—and that this place means a lot to
May is for Movement—the three day festival devoted to techno music. Held over Memorial Day weekend, Movement is how Detroiters official ring in summer.
Over the years, the festival has changed names and producers, but the at the core it's remained the same: a three day
"Baobab" is the name of the African Tree of Life. It's also half the name of Nadia Nijimbere and Hamissi Mamba's forthcoming restaurant, Baobab Fare. Located in Detroit's New Center Neighborhood, it will be one of the few East African restaurants in the City of
I developed my ideas of what a metropolitan newspaper should be during the1970s, even before I started at the Detroit Free Press as a copy clerk at age 19.
During that time, The Detroit News and Free Press were at each other’s throats—the Free Press seeking to become the dominant paper