For the past six years, thousands of fans have flocked to the site of former Tiger Stadium, where the historic baseball field was maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers. The era has come to an end.
Among the blight and poverty in many of Detroit’s neighborhoods are colorful reminders of perseverance and pride.
Thousands of colorfully costumed revelers turned out for the annual Marche du Nain Rouge in the Cass Corridor on Sunday.
Tucked behind a large vacant house in the Cass Corridor is a two-story building that serves as a makeshift prostitution and drug den.
The copper-crowned, ornamental skyscraper offers a breathtaking view of downtown Detroit.
Goodbye, Eastown Theatre.
A large claw poked through the stage of the once-celebrated theater on Detroit’s east side today.
Renowned artists from metro Detroit and around the globe converged on the Eastern Market this week to paint large murals on buildings throughout the historic area.
The broken hydrants protect homes, schools, historic buildings, apartment high-rises, downtown skyscrapers, libraries, gas stations, churches and more.
Before the city closed down the “underground” masquerade for alleged violations, the neighborhood carnival-like bash attracted more than 2,000 people.