Want a $1.4-Million Corktown Loft? Here You Go
The 6th St Lofts were built in 1920 and was one of Detroit's first condominium conversion buildings for luxury loft living, the owners tout.
'The Monkey Show:' Charlie LeDuff Tells Why 'I Got a Little Bit Tired' of TV News
National journalist Matt Labash delivers eye-openers about LeDuff's current part-time gig, why he quit Fox 2 and the offbeat help he gave two coney customers.
Freep Editor Goes Carless in the Motor City
"After several weeks of testing alternative modes of transportation . . . we sold our only car a few days ago," writes senior content director Randy Essex.
Feed Your 'Star Wars' Craving at DIA, Starting Sunday
"Explore the artistry of the world’s most recognized cinematic costumes, including Queen Amidala, Chewbacca, X-wing pilots, Rey, and droids," the museum says.
Ferndale's Anita's Kitchen Opening Downtown Detroit Spot
The new location will feature a counter service format focused on carryout for breakfast and lunch.
Gilbert vs. Duggan: 'We Have a Dispute' over Letting Detroit See Tenants' Information
A Detroit lawsuit against Dan Gilbert's Bedrock division is a get-tougher step in efforts to crack down on renters evading the 2.4% income tax by claiming a suburban address.
Detroit Film Debut: Bolton Arrives for Promos and Redford Theatre Screening Tuesday
Detroiters "have become my heroes," says singer Michael Bolton, shown Monday at Buddy's. His documentary has interviews with Aretha Franklin, Dan Gilbert and Mitch Albom.
Hardware Store in Detroit's New Center Closing After 94 Years
Owned since the 1950s by two families, the store has had three generations take the helm.
Duggan: Downtown Aquarium Doesn't Make 'Any Sense'
The mayor thinks a secoind aquarium shoulkd be on the east or west riverfront.
Cass Tech Grad's Play Revisits a Pioneering 1966 Detroit Protest & 'Freedom School'
"It was the most amazing story I had ever heard," says Rick Sperling, director of "Northern Lights 1966" and the founder of Mosaic Youth Theatre.
The Latest Burger Entry, Brome Modern Eatery, Opens Today in Downtown Detroit
Saturday's grand opening includes a 4-6 p.m. VIP reception and a public party from 6-8 p.m.
'It's Anything Goes,' Retired Detroit Cop Gripes About Female Officers' Online Posts
"Some of the stuff that's done on Instagram, especially for those who are police officers, is just over the top," posts DPD veteran John Bennett, a self-described "old guy."
Popular Jamaican Restaurant Brings Jerk Chicken to Detroit's New Center Area
The Jamaican Pot is one of a small contingent of Jamaican restaurants thriving in Northwest Detroit.
Brenda Jones Won't Say If the FBI Contacted Her
The council president's sworn deposition is part of a lawsuit by two downtown bar owners against Mayor Mike Duggan and other officials.