Among the blight and poverty in many of Detroit’s neighborhoods are colorful reminders of perseverance and pride.
Drew Sharp continues to write for the Free Press, even amid strong allegations that he lifted a story from a local sports blog.
The Eastown Theatre was one of Detroit’s most elegant movie palaces and later a premier rock venue during the psychedelic era.
The slab of concrete, however, didn’t fetch as much as expected.
Removing the gallery from the Packard Plant stirred controversy in 2010.
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.
Miami-based artist Renda Writer explains why he painted a handwritten mural at a gallery in Detroit with the message, “Black lives matter.”
Thousands of people turned out for 38th annual Dally in the Alley on Saturday.
Police are threatening to arrest a graphic designer for creating images of broken hydrants that ended up on light poles and vacant buildings.
When artists excavated the Banksy mural from the abandoned Packard Plant, they pledged to keep the piece in Detroit for all to see.