Many black Detroiters were unhappy, calling Shabazz a trader – all because he supports a white candidate.
Someone snatched the body and casket of a man who recently died and was awaiting burial.
Detroit’s roads could stay covered in snow as city grapples with budget woes; students, bus riders most affected
More streets won’t get plowed, while others will be neglected for more than a week.
Firefighters are angry, frustrated and feel betrayed by a city they’ve been – and still are – devoted to.
By Eric Kiska Dave Chappelle, famed comedian, returned Sunday to Detroit for the first time since 2006 and came out to a lively crowd at the Fillmore. When the surprise show went on sale Thursday through Live Nation, it sold out within 6 hours. The show was something nobody expected, before he came on stage […]
To call this place “just a record shop” would be doing it an injustice. It boasts a collection of over 3,000 retro lunchboxes; board games from the 1960’s; a life-sized replica of the RCA Dog; action figures and dolls that range from Rosa Parks to Godzilla; a tambourine signed by Bob Dylan; vintage posters from Detroit concerts, and much more.