2021 marks Midtown's beloved Selden Standards' seventh anniversary, and oh, how Midtown has changed during those years! From their inception in 2014, Chef Andy Hollyday and the Selden crew have seen 2nd avenue and the rest of Detroit build up around them. Though Selden has
The interpretation of Detroit through each individual differs. Yet what all Detroiters have in common is the love and passion for their community.
Detroit has gone through many changes over the years, Detroitisit has decided to take a closer look into individual perspectives on how the city has
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
For roughly seventeen years, Wayne State University (WSU) has been hosting an Alternative Spring Break. And, each year, a group of WSU students forgo a week of travel or time to themselves to put in serious volunteer hours with some of Detroit's most impactful non-profits,