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Happy Cinco de Mayo, Detroit! As we pop open our bottles of Tequila, and set our dinner tables with taco fixin’s, let’s take a peek at Detroit’s Latinx history. How did Southwest become the culturally rich, Latinx community as we know it to be today?
All politics is local, or at least that’s what former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Tip O'Neill said. Everything discussed on a worldly or national level is broken down into its local effects. For example, global warming is causing detriments to our
The first week of March saw the Detroit City Council vote to approve a zoning change that will designate the development of Detroit's historic Fort Wayne as a regional park allowing for the adaptive use of its buildings as a historical park setting. With this
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
Esteban Castro of Esto's Garage is opening a restaurant to extend the success of his food truck and pop-up gigs. But, Like many global citizens, his plans have been put on hold for the unforeseeable future. The owner of Esto's Garage has been building out his
5 Concerts You Must See This Week is a roundup of some of the best shows in the city, and this week we're featuring our top 5 for Dec. 16-Dec. 22. Check back with us every week for the hottest shows and the greatest venues! 1.
Ricardo Guzman is the founder of CHASS Center, a community healthcare center that has operated for 50 years through the last half of the 20th Century in Detroit’s Hispanic-American Neighborhoods. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced last month that Sept 15 – Oct 15 will be a
Photographer Chris Gerard is Christian Alexander Gerard. You think you know someone until you realize you’ve had their name wrong the whole time. You think you’ve got someone pegged as one thing (solid product photographer) until another thing emerges. In the case of the latter, an
Maria Elena Rodriguez is a staple in Mexicantown of Detroit, MI. A self-proclaimed “Motown Mexicana” she knows the city like few do. Here, Maria Elena takes food influencer and self-made chef Mythy, and us into her culinary world of Mexico, and Detroit, through the traditional