January 29th is the annual "Point-in-Time Count day." And with that comes teams that will be moving all around the country to keep a running tally of who is experiencing homelessness.
On the local front, Lighthouse, who offers services like Emergency Shelters, Food Pantries, and more,
Many never expected that Movement, formerly DEMF, would be as big or respected as it is right now. And coming into 2020, the lineup is better than ever.
The highlighted artists performing include Carl Craig, Chris Lake, Claude VonStroke, A$AP Ferg, Kash Doll, and many more.
On January 17th, Old Main Records celebrated the launch of their label at Saint Andrew's Memorial Episcopal Church aka that church on Wayne’s Campus that I forever assumed was a mummy building that never opened.
And, so, as a very much adult, it was a treat to enter this relic. And, a
Detroitisit has partnered with Ford Motor Company to bring you stories about the individuals, businesses, and organizations working to take our city into the future. In this multi-part series, we hear from leaders, innovators, founders, and stakeholders on ways they integrate their missions and knowledge in the image
Kobe Bryant was a force to be reckoned with, and while many fans are in mourning, someone has taken the sadness and converted it into a memorial moment.
On the way into the city, our collaborator and local photographer ACRONYM caught a photo of one of
Eastern Market Antiques has operated in Eastern Market for over 27 years, selling vintage furniture, clothing and other knick-knacks to the Detroit community. With the former owner retiring after many years, ownership of Eastern Market Antiques has passed onto managing partners Martin Nickens and Margaret
Chris Bathgate makes the only kind of folk music we like: the nuanced and thoughtful kind. According to his website, he spends a lot of time in the woods with his dog which we imagine is good for reflection.
Whatever he’s doing, he’s doing it right. He’s been
Why doesn't Detroit have a statue of Robocop? In 2011, that's the question a highly under-credited gentleman from Massachusetts posed to then-Mayor Dave Bing in a now-famous tweet. Rocky, he argued, had one and look at the good it'd done for the City of Brotherly
January 20th was Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and to honor his legacy the University of Michigan hosted its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. symposium which featured a keynote speech by political activist, philosopher, academic and author Angela Davis. Rising to prominence in the late
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 concerts for Jan. 20-26. Check back with us every week for the hottest shows and the greatest venues!