Our annual holiday gift guide is exploring Christmas Past, Present and Future. We sat down with MGM Grand Detroit senior vice president Juliette Okotie-Eboh for the second installment of our BLAC Legends series, also with former Los Angeles Chargers Joe Barksdale. And learn how your favorite Christmas traditions came to be, plus much more!
On Nov. 3, philanthropic Detroiters gathered at the DIA for its annual fundraising gala, themed "Splendors of India and Asia." During, guests enjoyed beautiful works of art, rich textiles, gourmet food, cocktails, music and entertainment, capped by the unveiling of the museum's new Robert and Katherine Jacobs Asian Wing.
This grassroots organization is seeking to bridge local and international issues.
Responsible grooming products made with the health and beauty of black women in mind.
The owner of Detroit Mixology Professional Bartending School is passing along 10 years of wisdom.
BLAC's picks of gifts that recall the past, anticipate the future, or live smack in the moment.
We're unwrapping the hodgepodge of Christian, secular and pagan practices that we associate with Christmas, like why candy canes are shaped like, well, canes, and how Santa found residence at the North Pole.
The famed food truck graduates to a sit-down brick-and-mortar.
It's a problem that continues to plague our community.
The Detroit native gets busy on and off the field.
The psychotherapist combines science and her Christian faith.
The organization offers support, gift ideas and workshops around Detroit.
They're teaching lasting lessons in nutrition and cultivating healthy habits.
Approximately $10 million in new construction, technology and training planned.