Breaking Barriers: Farmington Hills Woman With Hijab Graces Cover of Fitness Magazine
Rahaf Khatib, who moved from Syria to the U.S. in the 1980s, "is believed to be the first hijabi woman ever to appear on the cover of a US fitness magazine," BuzzFeed reports.
He's Back: Artist Moves Rosa Parks Home From Detroit to Berlin
"This is probably the most important project I’ll every be involved in in my life," artist Ryan Mendoza tells Deadline Detroit.
HopCat, Known For Its 'Crack Fries,' Coming to Royal Oak
The Royal Oak location will offer burgers, sandwiches, appetizers, a big variety of draft beer and Louisville to feature Detroit-style pizza,
Health Department Shuts Ferndale's Landmark Como's Restaurant & Pizzeria
The health department says that Como's has made great strides to work on the food and safety codes, but they still have work to do, WXYZ reports.
Sorry Kwame: The IRS Isn't Done Going After You
Among the things of interest to the IRS are documents related to the sale of two Kilpatrick Detroit homes on Santa Rosa and Leslie.
Trump Adds Michigan Justice Young to Supreme Court List
“It’s news to me,” State Supreme Court Justice Robert Young Jr. told the News.
Eminem Joins Forces With Skylar Grey For New Song, 'Kill For You'
The ominous song, which the rapper also produced, is heavily influenced by the infamous crime couple Bonnie and Clyde, writes Rolling Stone. Listen to the song here.
Detroit Pastor Who Interviewed Trump Deals With More Controversy
"How dare you come into a place where there are children where there's elderly and widows and grandmothers and do such a thing?" Bishop Wayne T. Jackson said of protestors.
Jewish Organization Says Oakland County Should Welcome Syrian Refugees
"We are greatly dismayed by the callous and reckless fear-mongering and anti-refugee sentiments that have recently been expressed in Oakland County,” a Jewish group said.
Tigers' Hot Hand Puts Them In Wild Card Spot For Now
"Hopefully we’re celebrating and popping some bottles. But until that time comes, it’s on to the next one every day," Justin Verlander said.
Cake-Kicker At Kroger Gets 300 Hours of Community Service
"I'm truly embarrassed by my conduct," Tricia Kortes said in court.
Bookies Bar Owner Cuts Ties With Partner Who Made Controversial Remarks
"Today, Bookies Bar and Grille severed ties with Mark Jerant, a minority partner in the business. I will be the sole owner of the bar moving forward," writes Jay Lambrecht.
Comic Tim Meadows: 'I Grew Up in a Rough Part of Detroit... It's Called Detroit'
Saturday Night Live alum Tim Meadows, a native of the Detroit area, made some cracks about Detroit on the Stephen Colbert Show on Wednesday night.