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A local business is using experimental methods to take one of a kind portraits
A new retail shop on Detroit’s historic Avenue of Fashion is helping to showcase other creators and their love for the city.
The Prohibition Era in Detroit was a wild time, to say the least.
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?
A Metro Detroit store has a very unique product line: retro Halloween!
A Detroit guitar company is carrying on the Gibson legacy right here in Michigan.
Michigan Central Station is undergoing a massive rebirth in Detroit's Corktown. But tucked between the stunning architecture is a sign of life - and death.
It's provocative. It's moving. It make you feel something. It's art.
Detroit jazz legend Marcus Belgrave died back in 2015. But his legacy lives on in the next generation of musicians.
John Sinclair reflects on his fight when he went to prison for possession of marijuana 50 years ago.
The Mint Artists Guild is giving Detroit teens a platform to showcase their visual art skills.
The Concert of Colors, metro Detroit’s annual diversity-themed festival, has arrived in town. The festival will be from July 10 to July 18. Check out more information on ...
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!
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.
Detroit is well-known for its marvelous architecture across the city. This book hopes you take a closer look.
The Detroit Fine Arts Breakfast Club (DFABC) is an art enthusiast group that supports the fine arts in the Detroit area.
In 1971, music icons descended upon Ann Arbor for one cause -- to protest the imprisonment of Michigan political activist John Sinclair.
Detroit Vineyards, the city's first winery since Prohibition, has taken over the old Stroh's Ice Cream facility near Eastern Market.
Yes, a festival for donuts is coming to Detroit this spring.
A program designed to help Wayne County residents understand child support and Friend of the Court issues will be held at the Detroit Public Library's main branch on Wood...
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.
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.
You may not think of dancing and rapping when you think of clowns - but Detroit's "Fresh The Clowns" is changing the game.
A Metro Detroit-based company has become a go-to place for restoring and selling historic music equipment.
A Metro Detroit native and mosaic artist returned home recently to help his home-state with one of its biggest issues: potholes.
On Sept. 16, 1908, General Motors was founded.
The Detroit Police Department and 411 Therapy are collaborating to host a remembrance picnic for the families of fallen and critically injured officers.
This story is truly the definition of Uniquely Detroit.