Detroit Is This! CEO of the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau, Claude Molinari Shares His Favorite Things to Do in the City
Detroit’s 11th annual Month of Design kicks off on September 1st, and what a month it will be. The 2021 schedule is filled with exhibitions, design experiences, workshops, installations, open studios, talks, tours, and more, all brought to life through Design Core and the community.
It was July 24th, 1701 that Detroit was announced Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit, shortened later to the name we know well, by Frenchman Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac. Over the past 320 years, however, Detroit has changed greatly in both what the city provided and
Giving Tuesday is (almost) here! What is Giving Tuesday you may ask? Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. That means it’s up to the people of Detroit to support the
In the months following stay-at-home orders that were implemented in March, Detroit's Dossin Great Lakes Museum in Belle Isle saw new renovations take place that, in the end, made the center more adaptable to the age of social distancing. With additions to the parking lot,
The Lindell AC Heir Discusses the Detroit History Museum's Re-creation of Her Grandfather's Infamous Bar
Copy: Where is the oldest jazz club in the world? Detroiters claim it’s Baker’s Keyboard Lounge. Folks in Chicago say it’s the Green Mill. This Thursday none of that matters. The place to be is the Detroit Historical Society at roughly 6pm EST time when