Co-founders of Detroit Hives, Timothy Paule and Nicole Lindsey tell us how they’re using bees to transform blighted lots in Detroit, entrepreneurial moms walk us through a typical day and how they find balance, and black classical musicians prove that we’re more than just hip-hop and R&B, plus more!
Detroit Hives proves a little bit of honey goes a long way in the city's hardest hit neighborhoods.
Classical music is not typically seen as music for and by African-Americans, but some black musicians in Detroit hope to change that perception.
Is the dream of simultaneously successful motherhood and entrepreneurship really possible?
The urban theater actress enters a new, unscripted forum.
The Wolverine Bar Association and The Wolverine Bar Foundation hosted attendees at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center April 7 for the 57th annual Barristers’ Ball. Guests dressed up to benefit various charitable initiatives aimed at improving diversity within the legal profession.
Margarita Barry invites families for a hands-on experience.
Fishing as a family this summer is a great way to connect with nature, bond with one another and conserve our ecosystems.
It's intoxicatingly simple to make your own case of vino.
Nearly 2,000 ramps have been provided across the country since 2012.
Learn about the different kinds of allergies, their symptoms and how to get relief.
On April 13, Marygrove College celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series by inviting author Colson Whitehead. The Harvard graduate spoke on his Pulitzer-prize winning and New York Times bestseller 'The Underground Railroad.'
The production is a part of MOT's Take Me Out to the Opera program.
Wu-Tang Clan reunites for the 25th anniversary of 'Enter the Wu-Tang' album.
Founder and director Blair Evans' apprenticeship program is cultivating a skilled workforce of 'Maker Professionals.'
It's available to rent for birthday parties or a Tuesday afternoon.
The breakthrough day camp program at Central Detroit Christian helps kids thrive.
Black chef Larry Middlebrooks says his Maryland crab cakes will make you want to slap your mama.
Children ages 3-18 explore the Suzuki method.
Take part in a football, basketball and softball game for a good cause.