Lucky & Lush: Your St. Paddy’s Cocktail Roundup

With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, we've got your list of Irish-themed cocktails.

How Much Sleep Do I Need?

Ask the Expert. Health Advice from St. John Providence

Red Wings, UAW Members to Face Off at ‘Pucks for Autism’

UAW Ford's annual hockey fundraiser will support the Ted Lindsay Foundation to help children with autism.

Donna Jackson of DMJStudio Introduces a Traveling Door Art Installation, ‘Door of Opportunity’

The Detroit artist discusses the value of art to the neighborhoods.

Stylish Bags in Funky Prints Right on Time for Spring

No need for designer dollars. You can find these bags at local shops around Detroit.

Black Women, Sex and A Divine Pleasure

It seems black women's time has come, with recent TV series like 'She's Gotta Have It' and 'Insecure' thrusting our sexual expression - and all its realistic messiness - into prime time. But as far as fully embracing that freedom, we arguably haven't climaxed yet.

Entrepreneur Meagan Ward Speaks During 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

The 20-something owner of Creatively Flawless Branding Agency and FEMOLOGY talks female empowerment and sisterhood.

Detroit Proper: The ‘Black Flu’ Myth

Desiree Cooper explores why African-Americans are reluctant to get the flu vaccination.

‘American Black Journal’ Celebrates its 50th Anniversary and Looks to the Future

'American Black Journal' premiered in 1968 and addressed topics of relevance to the black community like gentrification, crime, mass incarceration, unemployment disparities and other hot-button issues.

Dancers for Life School of Dance Teaches Dance at Any Age

Adrianne Allen tells us why dance is an ageless art form.

Naturalista Life Expo Prepares for Cobo Center

Naturalista Life, LLC aims to help people in urban communities lead happy, healthy lives.

Fresh101 Brings Smoothie Bowls to Midtown

Owner Monique Dooley helps feed the need for a healthy Detroit.

Cynt-Sational Popcorn Delivers a Vegan Pop

Owner Cynthia Davis proves a tasty snack can also be good for you.

Black Women-led Great Lakes Legal Group Opens in Corktown

Attorneys Jehan Crump-Gibson and Ayanna Alcendor open a law firm in Detroit's oldest neighborhood.

Single Black Women Talk Dating and Sex

BLAC hosted a no-holds barred forum to find out how the modern black woman is thinking about and having sex.

SEEN Photo Gallery: The Sphinx Competition

This annual contest for young black and Latino classical string players was held Feb. 4 at Orchestra Hall in Detroit. Over $100,000 in prize money was awarded to the middle school-, high school- and college-aged finalists.

‘The Science of Grief’ at the DIA Explores Healing, Personal Transformation

This 14-hour community conversation and performance hopes to help us better approach and deal with grief.