In honor of Women’s History Month, meet a dozen black women who are are shaking up the status quo, from artists to business owners to social activists. We also take a look at Detroit radio’s past and future and ask: Where have all the black radio stars gone? We’ve got ideas on how you can spend Opening Day if you forego Comerica Park, plus much more!
It's the brainchild of Live6 Alliance's Detroit Neighborhood Arts (DNA) Project featuring Monica Brown, Felle, Asia Hamilton, Darryl Smith and Megan White.
African-American women are more likely than Caucasian women to get an aggressive type of breast cancer that often comes back after treatment.
She's the only black skater in the Detroit Roller Derby and she's in it for the action and the "sense of sisterhood," and hoping for more inclusivity.
Science Gallery Detroit prepares for its second "The Science of Grief" public event on March 27 at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
The pieces by Douglas Jones and curated by Asia Hamilton are on display at the Norwest Gallery of Art in Detroit until April 5.
Ticket shmicket. We've got your parties and hangout spots during the Detroit Tigers' home opener against the Kansas City Royal on April 4.
The ladies on our list are authors, community leaders, artists, entrepreneurs and social activists, and that's but a mere drop in the bucket of badassness.
The eatery fuses American and soul food with founder and operator Mashelle Sykes at the helm.
The company is celebrating its 60th anniversary by performing five productions over three days, including fan favorite 'Revelations.'
The newest spot, headed by husband-and-wife owners, sits inside The Siren Hotel and offers great haircuts and engages with the community.