Black nationalism was on the rise in Detroit when Malcolm X delivered one of his most famous and influential speeches on this day in 1963 at King Solomon Baptist Church on the city’s west side, where he condemned the nonviolent civil rights movement and called for a “black revolution.”
The once-elegant University Club was gutted by a second-alarm fire after the owner neglected the building.
Thousands of people turned out this weekend for the annual Dlectricity, a series of impressive light exhibits that included massive bunnies and a psychedelic display on the facade of the Detroit Public Library in Midtown.
Race opponents dominated two hours of comments with impassioned statements about how the beloved park should not remain a billionaire’s private racetrack.
Numerous biker groups, white supremacists and militia members came to Detroit ready for war – all thanks to alt-right propaganda.
Hundreds of protesters are expected to gather outside of the new tax-funded Little Caesars Arena this evening to rally against the kickoff of a six-concert Kid Rock blitz, but they will have company.
Kid Rock dismissed claims that he violated federal campaign laws, telling a watchdog group to “go f— yourselves.”
Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley and former Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson are the latest voices to be added to a new lineup on 910AM Superstation.
Former Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson recalls her time with the late Dick Gregory – and that time he insisted on buying a lottery ticket.
The billionaire Ilitch family and their companies have raked in hundreds of millions of tax dollars while demolishing dozens of buildings – some of them historic – in Detroit since the 1980s.