The 2020 Democratic National Convention moved online this year amid the Coronavirus pandemic, becoming a four-day ensemble featuring a mire of speakers across both party isles. Headlining alongside the likes of First Lady Michelle Obama and Sen. Bernie Sanders, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer delivered an
Have you ever tasted Downey’s Potato Chips? If the answer is no, you’re missing out on something delicious, a Michigan potato chip with family values and traditions tracing back nearly 36 years.
1984 marked the beginning of Downey’s Potato Chips when Rosemary Downey Hogarth and her family began making
Design is an ever-changing and ever-growing process. It is more than fashion or art, it is an expression of lifestyle, experiences, and personal truths that beg to be understood. It is practical, helpful, innovative, and made to fit the needs of the people. It may
With no end to the COVID-19 pandemic in sight as well as a looming economic crisis, the past few months have been tough for just about everyone and have certainly included the most vulnerable in Metro Detroit. Struggling as a homeless individual is hard enough
Detroit is coming back. Every day that passes seems to bring something new to the city-wide canvas of small businesses and restaurants. Now, during the pandemic and as the Black Lives Matter Movement continues on, Detroitisit has decided to take a closer look into the
Joe Biden has held the title of Democratic Party presumptive nominee for some time now, running his campaign out of his Deleware residence amid the COVID-19 pandemic, while all the while leaving his choice of Vice President a mystery. The choice of VP can make or
The Detroit restaurant scene has taken a hit amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to keep doors open, restaurants are seeking support from customers now more than ever while welcoming them following COVID-19 guidelines.
Here are 10 Detroit restaurants that are open for service, abiding by
Resilient, transformative, diverse, inclusive, that's Detroit to many. This year, these descriptors are taken even more to a new level as Design Core Detroit readies the city for the 10th annual, Month of Design. We look to the seven winners of the Design in the City
Zug Island has been a topic of conversation in Detroit for over a century. Now, as U.S. Steel continues the process of closing its doors on the island and moving out of state, areas like Southwest Detroit and River Rouge are left to deal with
Last week, in light of COVID-19 and an ongoing protest movement, Donald Trump Tweeted a suggestion that the 2020 election be delayed, once again accidentally letting his more fascistic side out. To be clear, he does not have the authority nor the power to make