'Let's Not Get Mad' at Warren Evans if He Rejects Soccer Stadium -- Keith Crain
"We don't even know whether their idea for a soccer team will have the support that baseball, football, basketball and hockey already have in our city," writes Keith Crain.
Chicago Band Salutes Mudgie's, McCarthy's and Detroit's 'Real Do-It Yourself Vibe'
"We are already working to book our next trip up this summer," says keyboardist Sean McKeon of Business As Usual, a jam fusion group. "The music scene was on fire."
Video: Dan Gilbert Talks Candidly About Gut Feelings, Relaxing, Pitch Deal-Breakers
"It's been a long time since I’ve been at a bar, having a drink," he tells an Oakland University graduate at Wright & Company. "I'm going to try this more often."
With Dad's Passing, Chris Ilitch Steps Further into Limelight
Chris, CEO of the family company since 2004, has learned moree than a few things, writes Daniel Howes of The Detroit News.
Detroit Condo Sales Projected to Hit $100 Million, Up from $70 Million in 2016
“We never have to sell Detroit, the recovery speaks for itself,” says real estate broker Sabra Sanzotta.
Ford Field to Renovate All Suites
Renovations are part of the Detroit Lions' $100-million upgrades inside the stadium.
Valentine Verses: #DetroitLoveLetter Tweets Show Pride, Sass and Humor
With more than a bit of pure Detroit grit, these four-line tweets show off local wit. [Photo by Sister Pie]
Little Caesars Arena Will Host All-Star Game, NHL Commissioner Says
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said he wants people who come to Detroit to "see the full experience and the full vision that Mike and Marian Ilitch have had for Detroit.”
Gallery: The Writing's On the Wall at Ilitch Memorial
"Mr. I, Thanks you for giving me a second family in Little Caesars, and for everything you've done through your life," wrote Becky Berro.
Freep Names Corktown's Katoi Best New Detroit Restaurant
While Asian flavors permeated this year's new restaurant lineup in a big way, none were more distinct than those emanating from Brad Greenhill's open kitchen at Katoi, the Freep writes.
Too Many Restaurants Opening in Detroit?
"For the first time, suburban people are looking at Detroit as a better place to go out to eat than the suburbs," says restaurateur Lorraine Platman.
French Cafe Opens on Valentine's Day in Detroit's West Village
La Bohème has the feel of a vintage shop or someone’s kitchen, writes Eater Detroit editor Brenna Houck.
Warren Evans: Gilbert's 2nd Soccer Proposal Much Improved, but Still Needs Vetting
"Four days before my deadline, Rock has submitted an alternative proposal that is much better than their previous offer," Wayne county's executive says.