Video: A Slice of History -- 'Detroit Black Journal' Interviews James Brown in 1978
James Brown, "The Godfather of Soul," aka "the hardest working man in show business," appeared on "Detroit Black Journal" in 1978.
Lengel: Father Passes at 97; Fleetwood Worker, Detroit Bar Owner, Holocaust Survivor
One of my great memories is going with my father to the Strand Lounge, his bar at Grand River and 14th Street in Detroit.
Ferndale Right-Wing Fringe Group Builds a Media Empire
Church Militant broadcasts are pro-life, anti-gay, anti-feminist, Islam-fearing.
Self-Defense: 'No Fake News Here,' The Detroit News Tells Anyone Who Doubts It
"We'll tell you what really happened, and let you make up your own mind," the daily pledges in a full-page ad. It's among forceful responses to the president's frequent media attacks.
These 5 Media Stars Earn Spots in the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame
An April induction dinner will honor star players from the Free Press, Crain's and Detroit News.
A Detroit Saga: Three Films and a Memoir About Richard Wershe Jr. Are Coming
Wershe has signed to write a memoir with HarperCollins imprint Dey Street Books, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Video: '12th and Clairmount' Documentary About 1967 Detroit Premieres Next Month
The project team includes writer-producer Bill McGraw, a Deadline Detroit co-founder now at Bridge Magazine. The film, which uses home movies, will be at Detroit Film Theatre.
5 Reasons Why Prince Fielder Is Well-Suited to Host a TV Cooking Show
A Sporting News writer posts what we also think and you may too: "Who better than Prince to have a show about the joys of eating?"
See what else comes to mind.
Amid All the Adulation, Some Debate Mike Ilitch's Legacy
Lifelong Detroiter Michael Evans began a debate on Facebook after the death of Mike Ilitch, saying he screwed downtown Detroit for years. Not all his Facebook friends agree.
Update: Critic Derides Detroiter Who Wants Ford Field Roof Light 'Blight' Shut Off
"Does downtown privilege blind downtown residents to literally everything else going on in Detroit? It sure seems like it sometimes," magazine editor Aaron Foley says.
Gilbert Launches Quarterly Magazine About Detroit
The quarterly print edition sells for $15 and annual subscriptions are $60, and stories are published regularly online.
Wacky Reason Behind Molotov Cocktail Toss at Carmen Harlan's Detroit Home
"Officers were on patrol when they observed a female with a backpack light a Molotov cocktail and throw it at the house," a police deputy chief says.
Does Michael Moore Inspire Stephen Bannon's 'Just-Rolled-Out of Bed' Look?
Steve Bannon’s ex-screenwriting partner says we have Michael Moore to thank -- or blame -- for the right-winger’s disheveled style.
Have a Beer 'with' These Funnymen Tonight -- Comedy Central Is Buying at 24 Bars
The cable network comps a beer at any of 24 local bars right before or during its premiere of "Detroiters." If several of your favorites aren't listed, you're drinking wrong.