The five-day festival features 74 films and runs through Sunday.
Longtime graffiti writers told BridgeDetroit they appreciate the recognition, but the development of an underground art space also conjures mixed emotions.
The Michigan Music Hall of Fame and the Martin H. Solis Jr. Tejano Association will dedicate a historical marker Friday in southwest Detroit honoring the arrival and influence of Tejano music in Michigan.
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 Detroit Youth Arts Providers Network, a group of youth arts providers in the city, assists arts organizations and programs with visibility and access to resources, funding and opportunities.
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BridgeDetroit read an advanced copy of the book and sat down with Chin to learn more about his inspiration and his life.
Next Chapter Books has found a home at 16555 E. Warren after operating as a pop-up in the Alger Theater. A soft opening is set for next week and a coffee shop should open by fall.
InsideOut Literary Arts is hosting its second poetry and music festival If the River Could Sing: A Celebration of Writing and River with InsideOut 6-9 p.m. Thursday at Robert Valade Park.
Artwork from current and former inmates is on display through Sunday in the Free Your Mind: Art and Incarceration in Michigan exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.