What does black patriotism look like? We explore the nuance. Also inside is a profile of Khalilah Smith, MSU’s first black rodeo queen, a six-city, all-Michigan tour guide, plus more!
Michigan Opera Theatre invited philanthropic patrons to Detroit Opera House on June 1 to celebrate the legacy of musical talent and cuisine in Detroit. Guests dressed to impress and enjoyed three floors of music, dancing and refreshments from the area’s most popular bars and restaurants.
Crystal Sanford-Brown Named Vice President of the National Association for the Education of Young...
The Birmingham resident settles into her latest role.
Owner Amina Daniels isn't afraid of a little sweat.
Production on the film starts later this month.
'The Year of Reparations: Repairing & Building Our Global Communities – The Centennial Celebration of Nelson Mandela' Kicks off on July 18.
Explore our history in and influence on fashion and hair.
Black Young Professionals of Metro Detroit Focuses on Social and Personal Development, Community Service
President Darvell Powell wants to see a unified black community.
This Detroit Health Department program connects women to resources and to each other.
The president and CEO of The Right Productions – Chene Park's managing entity – talks family and legacy.
It's rare to find African-Americans in the rodeo world, but Khalilah Smith has always been one for bucking the odds.
Lavender Mobile Spa allows you to unwind with professional spa services and products during your next luxury hotel stay or right at home.
Pearls & Brown Girls' founder Shauntay Shipp wants to empower women and 'mend broken bonds.'
The pair have a combined eye for the psychedelic and the whimsical and a commitment to the new Detroit.