Before the city closed down the “underground” masquerade for alleged violations, the neighborhood carnival-like bash attracted more than 2,000 people.
With more than 15 inches of snow on the ground, I laced up my boots for a walk downtown Monday morning.
At sunrise, I rode my bike from the Cass Corridor to downtown and the waterfront to admire the misty sky.
Dozens of demonstrators resorted to civil disobedience to show support for the unarmed black teen killed by police in Ferguson.
On this day 47 years ago, Detroit police raided a blind pig, precipitating a riot that spread across the city and killed 43 people, mostly black.
The Cass Corridor, one of Detroit’s most challenged communities, is about to undergo a major transformation because of a new Red Wings arena and entertainment district.
The mood was somber as preservationists and parishioners sang a hymn, prayed, listened to somber horns and clutched candles.
Photographer Emily Lockhart’s project, “Detroit: An Activist,” offers a closeup glimpse of the human struggle.
More than half of the buildings on Gratiot Ave. in Detroit are abandoned.
Heavy snow transformed Detroit into a wintry wonderland.