North End resident De’Sean Jones talks about his musical journey and Friday night show with some of the ‘baddest musicians in the city’
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Brix Wine starts anew in Detroit’s Rivertown neighborhood
In the five years since her West Village location closed, owner Mikiah Westbrooks has kept busy and launched her own wine brand.
Meet Detroit’s Filipino chef behind the signature purple pastries
JP Makes and Bakes is expanding Filipino food options in Detroit proper.
Sidewalk Detroit art festivals to return this summer
The nonprofit will host free festivals in July and August in the East Canfield Village and Joy-Southfield neighborhoods.
Native Detroit poets, longtime friends earn state and national recognition
Michigan’s new poet laureate, Nandi Comer, and recent Whiting Award winner, Tommye, got their start together two decades back at poetry workshop.
Detroit Food Academy gives youth more than just cooking skills
The program also consists of workshops and field trips on topics like food safety, financial literacy, communication and professionalism.
Karriem Riggins to bring ‘boundary-less’ music to Detroit Jazz Festival
The artist-in-residence for the Detroit Jazz Festival will play multiple performances during the Sept. 1-4 festival downtown.
Detroit selects 25 artists for 2023 City Walls mural program
A second round of artist selections will open next month, with awards being granted in July. In total, more than $500,000 will go toward artist murals across the city this summer.
Thornetta Davis, Dave McMurray to headline Jazzin’ at the Vanity festival
The free, two-day jazz and blues festival will run June 10-11 and the full lineup of artists are from Detroit.
New Argentinian restaurant to open on Dennis Archer Greenway
Empacho will soon offer street style Argentinian food at a remodeled space off Jefferson.