For the first time, this historic mid-century "Cube" home is on the market in Plymouth.
Is someone refusing to leave this old Detroit theater?
The upcoming event Lunch & Learn: Men & the Fight Against Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence is scheduled to take place Thursday Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the...
If you're a fan of slasher horror films, haunted houses or just Halloween -- you'll love Slasher Dave.
Jessica Nabongo has been traveling internationally since she was 4.
A slew of cabins in Northwestern Michigan were abandoned for many years. That is until one couple decided to bring them back to life.
"The SpongeBob Musical" has announced a run at Detroit's Fox Theatre starting in December.
If you love donuts, (who doesn't?) this event is for you.
The Concert of Colors is returning to Detroit's Midtown for its 27th year from July 10 to July 18. Here is everything you need to know to enjoy it!
Detroit artist Sheefy McFly recently captured international headlines due to a "misunderstanding," but his art is easily understood.
A lot of speed and no brakes.
Tiki paradise is waiting for you -- in Metro Detroit.
Concert of Colors will return to Detroit's Midtown in July for its 27th year.
In honor of Flag Day, 60 flags from around the world, dating back to 1928, will be on display in the Fisher Building in Detroit.
The Rolling Stones, still a young, English band at the time in 1964, stayed at this Detroit hotel after a concert -- and now, you can book the exact room.
If you're looking to learn about the history of Detroit, look no further than Detroit History Tours.
Movement weekend is here!
Sunday is Flower Day at Detroit's Eastern Market.
If you've ever driven through Detroit's Woodbridge, you may have seen a blue British looking phone booth.
If the walls at The Blue Bird Inn could talk, they'd have some incredible stories to tell.
The Motor City Soul Club is keeping the Motown music spirit alive in Detroit.
Detroit Vineyards, the city's first winery since Prohibition, has taken over the old Stroh's Ice Cream facility near Eastern Market.
You may not think Detroit is a place for horses -- and you'd be mostly right. But don't tell Detroit's urban cowboy.
April is Arab American Heritage Month, and what better way to celebrate than by visiting the only museum dedicated to its culture and history.
The annual Marche du Nain Rouge will return to Detroit's Cass Corridor this Sunday for its 10 year anniversary.
The Lindell AC was Detroit’s original watering hole for athletes, entertainers, hometown heroes, blue and white-collar workers alike.
Since 1930, Better Made Potato Chips have been a staple of Detroit.
In 1971, music icons descended upon Ann Arbor for one cause -- to protest the imprisonment of Michigan political activist John Sinclair.
Detroit is preparing to celebrate the life and work of legendary music producer J Dilla this month.
It's been 25 years since the FIFA World Cup was held in the U.S., but the memories of the global event live on, especially for one of its biggest stars.
Ford's new Michigan Central Station Winter Festival features a 3D light show projected onto the 18-story building.
It's going to be a busy weekend in Downtown Detroit with three major events kicking off around town.
"If I was 15 minutes late, they would have already had the wrecking ball hit the building, destroying it. So, I'm glad I was here early to catch it."
Photographer Bruce Giffin has a story to tell.
You may remember Ellen Latzen from her childhood acting roles in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" as Ruby Sue or even for her role in "Fatal Attraction."
The greatest choir ever assembled is from right here in Detroit.
One of Detroit's hottest new bars is also one of the city's most historic venues, dating back to the 1940s.
Scott Hocking is turning garbage into art in Detroit.
Wayne Kramer, a prominent guitarist and co-founder of the popular Detroit rock group, MC5, returned to the city and spoke with Local 4 about his passion for a Detroit pro...
Some would argue there's nothing more nostalgic than food.
Drew Lane, a Detroit radio legend, is back on the airwaves.
Have you ever wondered what happens to old barrels you may see at weddings or other events?
A Detroit-based company is celebrating more than 30 years of building, redesigning and restoring pipe organs around the Midwest.
This Uniquely Detroit company builds and fixes pipe organs, see how they do it- tomorrow at 11
If you've driven through Southeast Michigan any time in the last 50 years, you've surely noticed a giant sized tire sitting on I-94.