Reviews: Moore's Latest Called 'a Mess,' 'Petty,' 'Cheap, 'Indulgent,' 'Disjointed'
"He cannot resist indulging in his own petty desires in the film," the Chicago Tribune writes of "Fahrenheit 11/9." We also excerpt five other reviews.
Yes, You Heard Right: Monica Lewinsky Reaches Out to Eminem
Lewinsky, who has faced lots of bullying and shaming, asks Detroit rapper Eminem to join an anti-bullying push.
Scooter Wars: Ann Arbor Seizes Those Trendy Two-Wheelers
While popular in downtown Detroit, some other areas around the country have declarered them nuisances.
Metro Detroit Noodle Craze Continues: Corktown's Ima Will Open a Second Spot
The hip Johnny Noodle King opened on Fort Street in Detroit in 2014. Fromt the very beginning there were lines. Others have followed.
Eater Detroit's 22 Places for Meatless Meals
Included on the list is a relatively new entry in the local market, Chili Mustard Onions in Detroit's Brush Park.
Unsure Whether to See 'White Boy Rick?' Here's What 5 Film Critics Say
Actors are praised, but the movie overall is generally panned. It "doesn't pop the way it should" and is "rather blurred," Adam Graham writes in The Detroit News.
4 Metro Detroit Theaters Tonight Show 'White Boy Rick' a Day Before National Debut
Seats are available for seven preview screenings in Novi, Rochester Hills, Canton and Macomb Township. Links to buy tickets are here.
Gallery: Slice of Detroit -- This Grinnell Place Loft in Corktown Lists for $949,900
The two-bedroom, two-bath loft is atop a 1913 building on Brooklyn Street. See 11 more photos.
The Cool 'Dally in the Alley' in Detroit Is Today; Includes More Kids' Fun
Among food vendors are Amicci's Pizza, Sno Biz, Detroit Shrimp and Fish, Full Course Catering and Majestic Cafe.
It's Worth the Line at Urban Ramen in Midtown Detroit -- Metro Times
Urban Ramen addresses Metro Detroit's dearth of high-quality ramen, writes Tom Perkins.
Eminem Tapes Latest Video in Building Off the Lodge Freeway
The video is from "Kamikaze," released last week. Watch the video here.
Video: Aretha History -- When She Was a Mystery Guest on 'What's My Line' in 1974
When Soupy Sales unmasked himself, he blurted that Franklin was his favorite singer