October 2018

March 2018
March 2018

We wonder whether we’ll turn out for the midterm elections and examine what it could mean for the country if we stay home. We’re kicking off our BLAC Legends series with a poignant Q&A with WCCCD chancellor Dr. Curtis Ivery, a pair of paranormal investigators  with Motor City Ghost Hunters guide us through a few of Detroit’s most haunted locations, plus much more!

SEEN Photo Gallery: Detroit Jazz Festival

The annual Labor Day weekend tradition was back at Hart Plaza in Detroit Aug. 31-Sept. 3, where thousands enjoyed the beloved music festival featuring local, national and international greats. VIP ticket holders gained access to special events, grooved along in reserved areas, sponsored by MGM Grand Detroit.

Eric Tomlinson and Elite Archery Academy, LLC Introduce Detroit Kids to Archery

A bow and arrow teaches hand and eye coordination and memorization.

Haunted Detroit

Beware of what isn't there.

Toasting Some of the Finest Black-Owned Wineries Around

Black-owned wineries not only exist, but are measuring up to the competition by offering an experience worth tasting.

Jametta Lilly and Detroit Parent Network Engage Local Parents

The chief executive officer is committed to being a change agent for communities while pointing the way forward to real solutions.

Southfield Native Andrea Jones Plans Nothing Bundt Cakes Location in Sterling Heights

This will be the franchise's third Michigan location, all headed by black women.

What’s Your Breast Cancer Risk? How to Find Out

With changing mammogram recommendations and uncertainty over risk factors, a local expert with the DMC Medical Group offers guidance.

BLAC Legends: Dr. Curtis Ivery

The Wayne County Community College District leader talks educational opportunity, the importance of family and his biggest mistake.

Will We Turn out for the Midterm Elections?

The black vote is crucial, but will African-Americans – especially black women – show up to the polls? Political leaders and activists in the community are hoping to engage the electorate before it's too late.

British Soul Music Fans Come Together for Detroit A Go Go

Funk master George Clinton is the headliner of this second annual festival.

Two Exhibitions Honor Aretha Franklin

'Think' at The Wright opened Sept. 21 and 'Aretha' will debut at the Detroit Historical Museum on Oct. 27.

iDecide Detroit Improves Access to Reproductive Healthcare for Teens

The healthcare providers offer services like condoms, birth control and STD/STI testing and treatment.

Wayne County Community College District asks Voters to Support Millage Proposal

WCCCD is hoping to combine and continue two millage rates that are set to expire in 2020 and 2022.