Kraftwerk has never played Movement, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer, though they've performed in Detroit sporadically over the last 35 years.
The Michigan Science Center invites adults 21 and over to play vintage video games at its monthly happy hour, MiSci After Dark, on Jan. 21.
Last year, Motor City Muckraker's Steve Neavling focused his attention on the struggles of the Detroit Fire Department to great effect. This year he's turning his attention to education in Detroit.
After being closed for 2.5 years while receiving $46 million in repairs, the Fort Street drawbridge over the Rouge River is once again open to traffic.
In a sprawling, must-read series of 50 profiles, the Detroit Free Press did something news media often neglect to do when trying to make sense Detroit's many challenges: it talked to residents.
On the third Thursday of every month, MiSci is hosting After Dark, a happy hour that allows adults to experience the museum after hours while enjoying adult beverages.
Detroit journalist Anna Clark digs deep into how the mortgage industry is holding back home sales and neighborhood recovery efforts in Detroit.
Ron Scott, a founding member of the Detroit chapter of the Black Panther Party and, later, the Detroit Coalition Against Police Brutality, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 29, after a battle with cancer.
The Washington Post asks, "[How do you] restore a functional housing market in a city in which neighborhoods are disappearing, banks aren’t lending and property values are among the lowest in the nation?"
Shop Detroit is taking the stress out of holiday shopping by offering free shuttles to Detroit's retail districts on Saturday, Nov. 28.
A public forum on the future of Navin Field, the former site of Tiger Stadium, is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 28.
The Detroit Experience Series returns this Saturday with a tour of northwest Detroit.
Ms. Boggs was known for her work in the civil rights, labor, and black power movements. She inspired generations of leaders in the world of social justice activism.
Last year, five winners from Detroit received Knight Cities Challenge grants. Applications for this year's challenge are open until Oct. 27.
If we think of the city as a platform, how can we make sure Detroit is ready for the next 25 or 50 years and beyond? A panel will discuss this and more at Bamboo Detroit on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 5:30 p.m.