Celebrate Black History Month in metro Detroit with special exhibits, plays, library programs and more.
Move over, Eames. This Detroit-based furniture designer is bringing a fresh focus to furniture without compromising style.
It was a surprise to many when the longtime Children's Hospital of Michigan executive and well-respected pediatrician left to become the president and CEO of United Way. But to him, it was just another chapter in his lifelong mission of trying to improve the lives of Detroiters.
This Detroiter didn't let an accident change her life or her dream of opening an exercise studio. Will her vision become a reality in 2016?
An invite-only event before the North American International Auto Show recognizes several auto brands and their commitment to minority car buyers.
It's all about improving the prospects of young Detroiters and the city itself. That's the mission of the Coleman A. Young Foundation that starts teaching kids as young as 11 how to make the most of their life—from eating well to getting an education.
The former Detroit mayor was honored Nov. 19 with a rededication of his image that once hung at Cobo Hall, now at home in the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center.
Can a tour of the district's top schools do anything to help the series of 'sickouts' that has shed light on the deplorable conditions in the overall district?
LGBT youths are affected by homelessness at alarming rates because of a likelihood to be isolated from families. This film highlights what brings the community together.