Cancer survivor treats patients with her gift of song

Shortly after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, local songbird Elaine Greenberg discovered that her gift of music could heal her own soul.

Detroit Dialogues members meet to discuss topics

What happens when young minds with a passion for reform come together? Cornetta Lane sees it as an opportunity to start talking.

Detroit Parent Network helps revitalize family unit

Parenting with a purpose is the motto of Detroit Parent Network, and with leaders like Sharlonda Buckman, parents all across Detroit are receiving a re-education on what it means to be a mother or a father.

Childhood friends give back through foundation

Joe Warne, Matt Fredericks and Greg Cooper are three childhood friends who just want to give back. Their pay-it-forward attitude started when Warne had a family health scare.

Former class clown now leads youth movement in Detroit

Stepha'N Quicksey is an overachiever by most standards. But his success was not achieved overnight. Now as a college student, Quicksey mentors students about what to expect after high school.

Tutoring program helps Detroit children

Large class sizes and a lack of funding plague public schools across the country, and Detroit is no exception. The result is children struggling to learn the basics.

Man builds artists' 'selfie-esteem' one brush stroke at a time

Chazz Miller was born to be an artist, but like many kids from the inner city, he did not have the support at home to move to the next level.

Woman who suffered heart attack gives back

Susie Dubin was having a heart attack. She was rushed to a hospital, and after three hours of surgery her family was told that she might not make it through the night. But Dubin was not ready to give up.

Heart of Detroit: Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones always felt like something was missing in his life.

Man on quest to sell 1 million bags of coffee

Detroit Bold Coffee was born in Highland Park. The coffee carries the bold attitude that is synonymous with Detroit and now A.J. O'Neil is on a quest to sell 1 million bags of coffee.

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Kid Rock explodes DTE Energy Music Theatre once again, just like back in 2013 when he had eight shows to tie Bob Segers record for most shows at that venue. This year he steps his game up with a record breaking 10 sold out shows for his Cheap Date Tour. Kid Rock truly is a hometown hero who aims…

Slipknot Comes Back to Detroit

Famed heavy metal band Slipknot rocked DTE Energy Music Theatre Tuesday night along with Lamb Of God. Forming in 1995 and having a total of 16 members through the band Slipknot have not slowed down a bit. With their high energy and in your face attitude, Slipknot has to be one of the many best…

Red Bull Global Rallycross Detroit

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