Stories you missed this week | What to do this weekend
A look at stories you may have missed this week -- and a look at what's happening around town. Stories you missed this weekEvents around town this weekendEvil Dead: The Musical Detroit : If you're a fan of the cult horror classic "Evil Dead," you have to check out the musical in Downtown Detroit. : If you're a fan of the cult horror classic "Evil Dead," you have to check out the musical in Downtown Detroit. Capitol Park Block Party: The local businesses and institutions surrounding Capitol Park are teaming up to support the Downtown Detroit Partnership's Patronicity campaign to build a new off-leash dog park in Capitol Park! The local businesses and institutions surrounding Capitol Park are teaming up to support the Downtown Detroit Partnership's Patronicity campaign to build a new off-leash dog park in Capitol Park!
Downtown Detroit Markets to re-open for winter season November 13
Just in time for the holidays, the Downtown Detroit Markets are set to return for a third consecutive year. Sponsored by Bedrock and the Quicken Loans Community Fund, the markets feature local vendors selling goods out of glass sheds in Cadillac Square and Capitol Park. Year after year, the Downtown Detroit Markets have supported inclusivity, vibrancy, and resiliency all across the city by building connections between local entrepreneurs and the growing retail market in downtown Detroit, Laura Grannemann, vice president of strategic investments for the Quicken Loans Community Fund, said in a release. This large, covered event space will feature more local goods, including beverages from Eastern Market Brewing Co. and Blakes Hard Cider. Detroit Fiber Works: Located on the Livernois Avenue of Fashion in northwest Detroit, it sells fiber artwork made by Detroit artists.detroit.curbed.com
Flashpoint 10/23/2016: Women voters, Capitol Park in downtown Detroit
Women make up more than half the American electorate, and have been front and center this campaign season. Our roundtable talks about how the candidates messages are resonating with women, from the debate stage to the campaign trail. Then, Lear Corporation CEO on the companys new Innovation Center in Capitol Park in downtown Detroit. Guests this week include: