A Call to Action: 'There Are Barriers to Growing Small Business in Detroit'
"We need . . . to be thinking about jobs for Detroit that create pathways to wealth," says Anika Goss-Foster, executive director of Detroit Future City.
Gallery: Annual Diner en Blanc (aka 'White Party') Enlivens Clark Park
Hundreds of invited Detroiters participated in the city's seventh annual dreess-in-white event Sunday.
Arcade Gaming Bar Opens Downtown Above Checker Bar
Offworld describes itself as a "classic arcade . . . for people who love electronic gaming."
Gallery: Summer in the City Volunteer Program Celebrates its Sweet 16
Since 2002, thousands of volunteers have performed community service that includes painting murals, planting community gardens and playing with elementary school campers.
Fisher Building Works to Become Hipper by Adding Artists
The landmark "has this incredible history around being the largest art object in Detroit," Abir Ali, director of design and culture for The Platform, tells Crain's.
After Charlottesville, Some Push to Remove Orville Hubbard Statue in Dearborn
"Do the right thing and take it doown now!" Christopher Zatzke writes to the city council.
Aretha Franklin's Retirement Plan: Move Back to Detroit and Open a Club
Aretha Franklin tells the Freep she's interested in partnering with Dan Gilbert's Bedrock.
Mayor Duggan Unveils 10-Point Plan for Detroit Neighborhoods
The plan includes doubling the rate of commercial demolitions. There are still far too many vacant, boarded-up commercial buildings on streets like Grand River.
Pricey Patties: 11 Detroit Burgers That Will Cost You $13-$22
The most expensive burger on our list is at Wolfgang Puck Steak restaurant at MGM Grand Detroit.
Motor City Tattoo Expo Is This Weekend Downtown
The three-day event has 170 booths and more than 300 tattoo artists.
3 Local Joe's Crab Shacks Abruptly Close
Before this, Bagger Dave's Burger Tavern shut three local restaurants, citing a casual dining recession.
Lengel: A QLine Conversation Should Make Duggan Rethink What's 'Fiction'
Mayor Mike Duggan calls the narrative about a divide between downtown and the neighborhoods "fiction." A streetcar conversation suggests otherwise.
Big Score for Downtown: Lululemon Comes in September
Lululemon joins other leading brands along Woodward Avenue, such as Nike, Under Armour, Moosejaw, John Varvatos Detroit and Warby Parker.