June-2013

Black Detroiters Moving to Atlanta for New Opportunities

Fifty years ago, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. shared his 'dream' for African Americans in Detroit. Today, he'd probably be preaching from his hometown—where many Detroiters have fled.

What is the New Motown Sound?

Detroit's Black music scene may be more diverse than anywhere else in the nation. But, while some artists have household names, others struggle just to be heard.

Vacation in Athens, Greece

This European city is filled with history, scenery and ancient ruins – from the Acropolis to the Theatre of Dionysus. See six landmarks in the region.

Downtown Detroit’s Vibrant Core

The city's central business district has over 100 bars and restaurants and a multitude of businesses new, old, big and small, giving visitors and residents a mix of big city and tight-knit community.

Underground Railroad Historical Sites

See downtown's memorials and markers—plus take a tour

Seen Photo Gallery: 15th Annual Ford Freedom Award

Get a peek at photos from this annual event at the Max M. Fisher Music Center in Detroit.

BLAC Detroit Style Gallery: For Fly Fathers

Consider these designs when dad needs a do-over

Billy Sims Barbecue Expands in Michigan

Lions football legend’s new Troy location serves tender, tasty fast-casual BBQ

Ice Cube Talks Hip Hop, Detroit and Things That Will Never Change

The rapper brings the 'Kings of the Mic' tour with featured artists LL Cool J, Public Enemy and De La Soul to the DTE Energy Music Theatre on June 26, 2013