June-2017

Young, Gifted and Black #2k17

Ten talented teens from the class of 2017

Where is Anita Baker?

Veteran entertainment journalist gives ‘the best that he’s got’ trying to track down the renowned songstress, Anita Baker, for a final interview after she announces her retirement. Will she show him some ‘sweet love’?

This professional skateboarder challenges what it means to be a skater

As a black woman and a professional skateboarder, Christiana Smith aims to challenge that standard, one ollie at a time.

Whitney Griffin, President of Detroit Young Professionals

With the large numbers of young people living and working in the city, Detroit Young Professionals strives to make sure millennials have a voice in the metro Detroit’s future

How issues at a 1967 education conference foretold Detroit’s historic civil uprising

Reflecting, remembering and reviewing the events of 1967 in Detroit and what it means for us going forward. This is the latest in an ongoing series.

Don’t miss the music at these metro Detroit outdoor music venues

Ashanti, John Legend and Lauryn Hill are just a few artists taking the stage this summer metro Detroit

SEEN Photo Gallery: Heroes for HOPE Awards Program

Focus: HOPE honored leaders committed to advancing social justice at the fourth annual Heroes for HOPE Awards Program on April 28 at MGM Grand Detroit.

These two women want to change the way Detroiters feel about thrift shopping

They’re holding their next pop-up shop on June 17.

Your favorite “Housewives” are coming to town

Ashley Darby, Kenya Moore and Teresa Giudice will perform “The Vagina Monologues” on June 22.

Social Media Day aims to help Detroiters get digitally savvy

The annual event, hosted by the Social Media Association of Michigan will be held on June 30

The Detroit Tigers and Michigan Opera Theatre team up to explore impact of art...

The year-long partnership will culminate with a production of “The Summer King.”