Washington Post Names Nancy Whiskey's One of America's Most Authentic Dive Bars
"Our night business has changed. It's young professionals, hipsters — just a big difference. We sell more craft beer now," says bartender Sheryl Grogan.
Going, Going, Gone...Charles T. Fisher Mansion in Boston-Edison Fetches $1.25 Million
The 15,623-square-foot building has 14 bedrooms and nine-full bathrooms, six half baths.
Chris Rock and 6 Other Interesting Attractions This Weekend
The inaugural Detroit Gin and Vodka Festival takes place Friday evening. Bring a designated driver or take a cab or Uber home.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Breaks His Michigan Virginity
Mark Zuckerberg grabbed a nosh at Buddy's Pizza on Conant in Detroit.
'Getting Ed Laid,' a Comedy Film with Ed Asner, Premieres Thursday at the Maple
Asner will answer questions after the 8:30 p.m. screening in Bloomfield Township, as will screenwriter-director Deborah Pearl and executive producer Barbie Weisserman.
Crave Poutine? New Ann Arbor Spot Will Include a Bar with an Amusingly Canadian Name
A Toronto-based chain, Smoke's Poutinerie, slathers fries with beef, hot dogs, chicken, cheeseteak, chili and jalapenos. Hangover Poutine has scrambled eggs, bacon and maple syrup.
Orson Welles' Daughter Donates Thousands of Dad's Items to UM Collection
Some of the new items in the Orson Welles collection include personal correspondence and scripts.
Local Filmmaker, 21, Adapts Stephen King Story for Movie
"I've grown up in Michigan," says director-screenwriter Luke Jaden. "Michigan is a beautiful place to film."
Prince Had a Love Affair with Detroit, Whose Residents He Called 'Motor Babies'
The demographics of the Motor City, as well as the infrastructure in place (radio, clubs, and retail) made Detroit a top market for a black artist, writes Bobby Kahn.
Driver Fined $128 for Car Running in Driveway Vows Appeal
Taylor Trupiano believes a Roseville ordinance doesn't apply to private driveways.
'Screw It:' Ford Assembly Plant Shifts Are Dramatized on Detroit Stage This Weekend
"I always knew that working in the plant had the potential to be a show," says Tim Campos, a former auto worker in Saline and Chicago.
Video: Berry Gordy's Face Lights up During Local 'Motown the Musical' Auditions
Producers are looking for African-American men and women, ages 20s-40s, with exceptional voices, and an African-American boy, age 8-13.