The Friday and Saturday shows are part of the inaugural Community of Hope weekend, hosted by Detroit, Neighborhood Service Organization and The Right Productions, Inc.
The French-inspired cafe and cocktail bar will be open until 11 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
BridgeDetroit Engagement Director Orlando Bailey caught up with Tony Whlgn to discuss his ‘Lead With Love’ mural for Neiman Marcus and his inspiration for the project.
Omar Anani, a two-time nominee for the acclaimed James Beard Awards, was crowned ‘King of the North’ after winning an episode of Chopped. Next up, the All American Showdown.
The event will offer dance, music, film screenings and discussions on climate change, Detroit hip-hop and the role of gender and race in rock music.
The workshop, held in honor of rapper and producer J Dilla, is led by Wayne State music professors and introduces teachers across metro Detroit to modern music production and ways to implement music in the classroom.
The festival runs through Sunday and features performers, vendors and an anniversary exhibit.
A few happenings in the city over the long holiday break.
Chef Ederique Goudia brings her Creole and Cajun inspired foods to the BasBlue Cafe this summer.
The 23-year-old Detroit native and MSU graduate shares poetry on gun violence, family and experiences he hopes will inspire others to ‘read and relate.’