Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Breaks His Michigan Virginity
Mark Zuckerberg grabbed a nosh at Buddy's Pizza on Conant in Detroit.
Lessenberry on 'Reverse Racism, Liberal Hypocrisy' and the Sen. Bert Johnson Mess
Jack Lessenberry slams "white liberals and the Democratic Party establishment [who] enabled Johnson and other black politicians guilty of bad behavior."
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 Commentator Says Hannity May Have Retaliated Over Hotel Invitation Rebuff
"Comments about me on a radio show this week by this individual are 100% false and a complete fabrication," Hannity tells Deadline Detroit.
Stamm: My Tweets with This Magazine Writer, Who Defends Devil's Night Low Blow
"Fair or not, Devil's Night was part of my geographic identity" while growing up in Michigan, this Chicago essayist replies to pushback. But a Wikipedia click shows a new reality.
'I Am Not the Same Person ... It Is Time for Me to Ride Off' -- Terry Foster
"I hope to serve as an inspiration to others and show you can fight through a serious illness and thrive," posts the 58-year-old sports journalist and radio co-host.
That's Carmen Harlan You'll Hear on the QLine
The former news anchor was on WDIV for 38 years. She retired from the station last November.
On a Spring Day in 1997, Dennis Archer Predicted What Detroit Looks Like Now
The mayor described bold ideas for reshaping downtown, but it didn't make a front-page splash. See short coverage that ran deep inside the Free Press.
Book Excerpt: Detroit's 'Exciting, Radiant Art Scene' Doesn't Pop from Nowhere
"This often-ignored connection between now and the past two to three decades is a topic many Detroiters are sensitive to," Lynn Crawford writes in "Detroit: The Dream Is Now."
Award-Winning Ernie's Market to Appear on Travel Channel
The Oak Park business was named "Best Sandwich Shop" by WDIV in 2008-16.
Macomb Clerk Ducks in Bathroom, Calls 911 to Avoid WDIV Reporter Priya Mann
Deputies explained “that the press is within their constitutional rights to be on the premises of a public building and request comments from public employees," a police report says.
NYC Photographer's New Book Shows and Tells Why 'I Fell in Love with Detroit'
Michel Arnaud has "a fascination with postindustrial cities," he writes in this art book published last week. Exploring Detroit "was an eye-opening experience."
Essence Magazine Lists Prosecutor Kym Worthy Among 100 Influential Black Women
Worthy is in good company. The #WOKE100 list includes Shonda Rhimes, producer of ABC's popular shows "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy."