March-2017

Five Detroit artists to watch out for

Meet the future of music right now.

New chicken and waffle restaurant opens in Detroit

Mighty Wing Shop serves up "Detroit’s biggest waffles"

Ta-Nehisi Coates to visit University of Detroit Mercy

The ‘Between the World and Me’ author will be in town April 4

Detroit mayor’s race heats up with another millennial candidate

21-year-old Ken Snapp is now the youngest candidate looking to unseat incumbent Mike Duggan.

Heidelberg Project appoints new president and CEO

Jenenne Whitfield, the wife of creator Tyree Guyton, will lead as the organization focuses of new directions

How can we get more black women in STEM fields?

We’ve talked about preparing our children for numbers-focused fields for years, but numbers of degree-holding blacks aren’t growing.

BLAC STYLE: All eyes on the Big Fashion Guy

ore than 22,900 Instagram followers - catch up, tech luddites, this is the new measure of impact these days - can’t be wrong. @thebigfashionguy knows...

Veteran attorney announces run for Detroit mayor

William Noakes has served as counsel in both the private and public sector throughout his entire career.

Can Detroit’s 1960s-era sound be preserved?

Memories of riots and rebellion need to include musical heritage

WWJ’s Vickie Thomas uses her voice on and off the air

Thomas connects her career with her passion for Detroiters

On wheels: These Detroiters are bringing their business to the road

A mobile barbershop and a mobile boutique take their business across the region

Tests show clean Detroit water, but boil-water advisory remains until results of second test

Results from a second test conducted by GLWA are expected tomorrow.

Bloomfield Hills author writes novel exploring black man’s life through WWI, civil rights era

The story mirrors the story of the author's own father, born in the 1800s in Trinidad who later emigrated to Harlem.

The Shrine of the Black Madonna celebrates 50 years

Fifty years after inception, the Shrine of the Black Madonna stands strong – and Bishop Albert Cleage’s vision for blacks is still clear.

How Detroit Cycling Studio helps you spin your way to better health

A husband-and-wife duo’s spin classes are helping Detroiters one by one get fit.

Remembering ‘mother of the North End’ Delores Bennett

A pillar of the eastside Detroit neighborhood, Bennett leaves behind an immeasurable legacy.

Boil advisory lifted; Detroit water now safe to drink

Tests show no evidence of bacterial contaminants.

Tonya Matthews, President and CEO of the Michigan Science Center

At the helm of a longtime cultural institution, Matthews remains more determined than ever to bring Detroit’s kids to the forefront of the progressing STEM conversation.

SEEN Photo Gallery: PATH’s Silver Celebration

Lighthouse PATH, an Oakland County organization helping homeless women, celebrated its 25th anniversary Feb. 10 at The Community House in Birmingham.

Local boutique Stef-n-Ty expands to the North End

The custom hatmaker plans to also offer coffee and sewing classes

Detroit entrepreneur wins Centric reality show ‘Queen Boss’

Nailah Ellis-Brown, founder of Ellis Island Tea, was one of 18 black businesswomen on the show