The Magic Stick was a mainstay for indie rockers and helped propel The White Stripes to stardom.
There’s nothing like it in metro Detroit – four bars, ping pong tables, arcade games, bowling lanes and enough space for 1,000 people.
The two-story bar offers 130 beers, food and an entertainment venue.
Conservative Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley pulls no punches, and he expects nothing less when he appears on “The Daily Show with John Stewart” tonight on the Comedy Channel.
There are few establishments left between Midtown and downtown with as much character, earnestness and hometown flavor.
Although bands such as Death, MC5 and The Stooges rocked out a few generations ago, there is still a bevy of power chords and in-your-face punk rock hiding in small gatherings around the city.
19 photos of hope and energy in downtown Detroit on Friday evening.
The Rafael Statin Quintet reeled their solos off as if the scales were tattooed on their fingers.
The Detroit-born rocker made his long-anticipated debut at the Fox Theatre, not far from where he once bussed dishes and made pizza in his youth.
“Orange is the New Black” star Lea DeLaria, poet Andrea Gibson and Canadian rockers Hunter Valentine are the latest to drop out of the female-born-only festival.