Detroit

Artist Transforms Abandoned City Block Into Immersive Art Experience

Jenenne Whitfield stumbled upon the Heidelberg Project completely by accident, but she fell in love with Tyree Guyton’s vision to turn an abandoned area of Detroit into an immersive art experience. Find out more.
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Ronald McDonald House Serving Families During COVID-19 Crisis

Serving During a Pandemic: Detroit's Ronald McDonald House Continues to Help Families

Like those across the country, the Ronald McDonald House in Detroit is there to house families of sick children while they seek treatment. These families are already burdened by great physical and emotional impact, so they don't want them to worry about anything else. They take care of daily needs...
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Detroit Michigan Winter

Winter Solstice 2019 Is This Weekend

With all the cold weather and already getting that first major snowstorm of the season, it has felt like winter for quite some time. However, for those of us living in the Northern Hemisphere, Saturday will mark the official astronomical start of winter, also known as the Winter Solstice. According...
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Detroit Has Just Been Named "Best US City to Drive In"

Here's where we can all agree to disagree because you know this is something everyone is going to definitely have an opinion on. Detroit tops the list of "Best Driving Cities in America," according to a survey based on millions of insurance quotes released Monday by insurance company QuoteWizard...
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Phil Collins Takes Nasty On-Stage Fall

He's fallen ... but he got back up. Singer Phil Collins -- who's getting around these days with the use of a cane -- suffered a harrowing fall Sunday during a performance in Charlotte, North Carolina ahead of his concert tonight in Detroit. A video taken by a fan shows Phil walking toward the stage...
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Motown Founder Berry Gordy Jr. Announces Retirement

After 60 years, Motown founder Berry Gordy, Jr. is retiring. Gordy made the announcement while he attended a Hitsville Honors ceremony in Detroit over the weekend. During his acceptance speech for the Motown Legacy Award, Gordy spoke about starting Motown in 1959 with a loan of $800 from his family...
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10,000 Volunteers Join Life Remodeled To Make A Difference This Week In Detroit

You know, Chadd & I love it when we hear stories about neighbors helping neighbors, maybe mowing the lawn when they need it, starting up a go fund me for somebody, etc. But, this week in Detroit, there are a bunch of neighbors rolling up their sleeves and helping neighbors. How many volunteers...
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Win Pink out the Park tickets

Win tickets to the Tigers Pink out The Park celebration! Listen to Kim Adams everyday Monday July 15 thru Thursday from 10am to 3pm for your chance to win tickets to the game! When you hear the cue to call dial 248 - 863 - 9870 and be caller #9 and you are going to the game! Don't forget to wear...
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Win Pink out the Park Tickets!

Win tickets to the Tigers Pink out The Park celebration! Listen to Kim Adams Friday July 12 from 10am to 3pm for your chance to win tickets to the game! When you hear the cue to call dial 248 - 863 - 9870 and be caller #9 and you are going to the game! Don't forget to wear your Pink!
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Governor OKs Aretha Franklin Highway

The Governor of Michigan is signing off on an honor for the late Queen of Soul. Governor Whitmer has approved legislation to give the late Aretha Franklin a highway designation. According to USA Today , a portion of M-10 in Detroit will be deemed "Aretha L. Franklin Memorial Highway," and after...
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