Detroit is the Motor City. Its very foundation is rooted in collaboration. Detroit is also mobility, tech, big business, and startup entrepreneurs embedded in the community, coming up with innovative solutions to evergreen problems. Playing off this collaborative ecosystem has become crucial for those attempting to revitalize the
Public transit, a term most Detroiters may liken to the slow-moving Q-line on Woodward Avenue, or the at-one-time-innovative People Mover System that snakes it's way high atop Downtown Detroit. While Detroit's original streetcar system was dismantled for good on April 8, 1956, other cities such
Napoleon Bonaparte may not be the first person you associate with Motown legend, Berry Gordy, but maybe he should be.
In the year Marvin Gaye’s "What’s Going" on was released, Motown’s leader, Berry Gordy, unveiled a portrait of himself dressed as the French military leader
8 Concerts You Must See This Week is a roundup of some of the best shows in the city, and this week we're featuring our top 8 for Nov. 11-17. Check back with us every week for the hottest shows and the greatest venues!
This weekend Angela Wisniewski launches her retail concept, Coup D'état, in Detroit’s New Center neighborhood, after a season of pop-ups in the city, including weekend stints at Smfld and Lost and Found Vintage. Angela has friends on the inside. They come from a career spent working with retailers, local
Before he set out to shape the city experience with e-bikes, Jason Hall started a bike ride called Slow Roll, where about 40 people joined him each week to bike the city of Detroit.
Fast forward eight years and turnout for his weekly bike ride had
There's a need for a new mindset in Detroit when it comes to mass transit and a transit system. When you look at the city as a whole, it still tends to lend more support to the Big 3 by keeping the city as car
"Dear Midtown, The kids are coming for your street spots," was the short message posted on Instagram to herald in the official end of The Wig Community Skatepark by the Detroit based community group, Community Push. The Skatepark, which had been open since 2014, long
6 Concerts You Must See This Week is a roundup of some of the best shows in the city, and this week we're featuring our top 5 for Nov. 4-11. Check back with us every week for the hottest shows and the greatest venues!