March 3 is World Book Day. However, National Book Month (and National Women's Month) is also this month. National Book Month 2022 in Detroit is significant being after Black History Month because of how we can connect what we've learned as we forge a future
It’s Women’s History Month, and what better way to kick it off and distract ourselves from the paper anniversary between Detroit and COVID-19, than picking up a few excellent reads by female authors? From inspirational reads to historical fiction to mamma-group-drama, we’ve got you covered, dive in!
Meet Elene Usdin who first came to Detroit in 2014 for a show at the Museum of New Art (MONA) and immediately gravitated toward the character of Detroit. Drawn to the many aspects of the city, one that most stood out to Usdin was the
One thing I've noticed while we're social distancing is that we're all jonesing to feel Detroit underneath our shoes again. Everyone misses the city in their own way, so while we're looking to also lower our screen time, how about we dive into some Detroit-based