Review: Eminem's New Album 'Is More of the Same'
"A third of the tracks on the album could go, and no one would miss them," writes Adam Graham.
Mark Wahlberg Teams with Meijer for Burger Shops, Fitness Supplements
Mark Wahlberg promoitres the partnership Friday morning at Meijer stores in Taylor and Royal Oak.
Southeast Michigan Has Serious Outbreak of Hepatitis A
State and public health officials urge vaccinations, which provide lifetime immunity.
Gallery: Bolero Imports Tastes of South America to Forest Avenue in Midtown
Camarones Provenzal (marinated jumbo shrimp) is among entrees at the Latin newcomer on Forest between Cass and Woodward, open daily for lunch and dinner.
Women Cite a History of Sexism in the State Capitol
"I can only speak for the state Capitol, but sometimes I feel like I'm in a boys' locker room," says Sen. Margaret O'Brien, R-Portage.
Funnyman Nick Offerman Does 2 Shows Saturday at the Fillmore
The comic who plays Ron Swanson on "Parks and Recreation" returns with musings on survival in the wild.
Detroit's Delray Has an Awful Stink, but Some Loyalists Still Won't Leave
The people are almost all gone. The houses are missing. The stores are boarded up or bulldozed. The air stinks like sulfur and sewage, writes John Carlisle of the Freep.
Review: Chinese Barbecue Joint in a Suburban Strip Mall Is a 'Rare Departure'
Tradition is on display in the glossy whole hogs, ducks and chickens hanging from hooks above the counter, writes Tom Perkins of Metro Times.
MOCAD Curator Is in Midst of Sexual Harassment Scandal
"The MOCAD Board needs time to process and discuss," the situation, says the Detroit museum's director.
Video: Comic Kevin Hart Visits Detroit for Comedy Central
Kevin Hart shines the light on four local Detroit comics during his Comedy Central show on Friday night.
Art and Music Combine Saturday at Detroit's Annual Noel Night
Performers include Afro Blue, Cantus, Sidewalk Chalk and The Cactus Blossoms.
A Fan's Farewell Tribute: The Park Bar 'Helped Detroit Make a Leap Forward'
"We'll remember how unforgettable the place, feeling and moment in time it shepherded really was," writes Mike Targus, a comedian and actor.
Last Call: Six Metro Detroit Acts Will Sing Out the Park Bar on Saturday
Blues, rock and honky-tonk will enliven this weekend's finale of a popular Park Avenue hangout that's shutting after 11 years.