The Zero to Wear app helps women not only save money, but to keep track of everything they own and makes finding an outfit more convenient.
Jeff Meyer, owner of Motor City Deli, has family roots in the Dexter-Davison neighborhood. His menu and restaurant are a tribute to Detroit.
The national forum is convening Sept. 21-24 at the Pensole Lewis College of Business and Design to toast to the triumphs shared by Black people in the industry.
The decisions are a part of the project’s plan to reorganize and create a new model to ensure its long-term sustainability.
Lindsey Renee Sims, 21, hosts the “Rhythm and Soul Patrol Show” on metro Detroit’s WPON-AM (1460). It’s building an international following among younger audiences on social media.
The first-of-its-kind work, and the recent death of member JoAnn Watson, slow early progress.
Hundreds of people made the 1.6-mile trek over the weekend from Woodward Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Hart Plaza, where the Detroit NAACP unveiled a statue honoring Dr. King the day before.
Team for actor Hill Harper, a potential candidate for U.S. Senate in 2024, circulates campaign volunteer sign-up sheet after Detroit event centered on Harry Belafonte at Wayne County Community College.
The prospect of property tax increases hitting residents’ mailboxes as early as July is among the avenues being contemplated amid a yearslong legal battle between the city and the Great Lakes Water Authority over an estimated $20 million in unpaid water and sewer bills.
A contingent of residents expressed concerns and confusion over the proposed boulevard design at an I-375 Reconnecting Communities Local Advisory Committee meeting on Tuesday.