Rev. Nicholas Hood, Sr., pastor of Plymouth United Church of Christ Detroit, is appointed to the Commission on Community Relations.
Once lined with opulent homes, Alfred Street in Brush Park is largely vacant, an early victim of residential flight.
Written by Smokey Robinson, lead vocals are provided by Wanda Young.
On this day in 1970, Parliament and Funkadelic play the 20 Grand Driftwood Lounge, located at 14th Street and West Warren on the city’s west side. Enjoy Parliament’s 1976 Halloween performance of “Give up the Funk!” in Houston.
We hired three Santas – Soused, Salacious, and Reluctant.
On this day in 1941, Orchestra Hall reopens as Paradise Theatre.
Tonight’s attraction: Duke Ellington and his big band.
Ticket price: 50 cents.
Mike Duggan’s first move was nominating an interim fire commissioner with a strong background.
Bobo Brazil is considered one of the most successful African-American wrestlers.
The project, “Station Walls,” features some of the most eye-catching graffiti in Detroit.