Would you like to learn more about Astrology? This Sunday, March 15th, from 4:30 pm-6:30 pm, in the wake of a full moon in Virgo, ART of the ZODIAC Presents Lunar Salon & Apothecary: Henna in Times of Transition at what might literally be Detroit's hottest
“If I was on a desert island, and I was going to f***ing die, give me the fucking tuna noodle casserole,” Yes, if Street Beet’s Nina Paletta was on a desert island with only one food to eat for the rest of her life, it would
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
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
Synthpop duo Great Good Fine OK has done a lot of things, but the most recent thing they’ve done is make an album entitled GGFOUR that we’re really, really, into, which made our conversation with singer Jon Sandler extra exciting!
We talk Phish and coney dogs with the Brooklyn-based musician. We also talk
On November 9th, 1962, the Ford Rotunda burned to the ground.
The Rotunda was Ford Motor Company's Visitor Center in Dearborn Michigan. Today, we might call it Ford HQ.
No matter the name, the building was a tourist destination since its inception. It was designed by
For the past year, Dames Collective Detroit has been bringing together women from all ages and backgrounds for one reason: to grow, personally and entrepreneurially.
Dames is a national networking group with chapters across the country. The fact that Detroit boasts the largest chapter is special.
I first met Larry Mongo 10 years ago at Café d'Mongo, a few months after he opened what he refers to as "the club." In those days, and for years after, he only opened his doors on Friday nights. This was before I moved into