In a state that isn’t known for its filmmakers, this local art-house movie festival was a surprising display of cinematic savvy.
In a film culture that has been cluttered with iMax screens, 3D cinema and reclining seats, the Main Art is a unique cinematic experience.
The new bar and restaurant has become a catalyst for discussions about gentrification as more businesses crop up in Midtown.
With a unique and timeless rock n’ roll sound, The Vonneguts have established a name in the city’s independent music landscape in the past few years.
The Loving Touch has an enticingly comfortable atmosphere with bad acoustics.
Julian Casablancas’ performance at St. Andrews Hall in Detroit was ill-composed and headache-inducing.
The modest brick building with a green awning attracts some of the best musical talent in Detroit.
An interview with King Eddie, a local band influenced by neo-soul and Motown.
When it comes to jazz venues in Detroit, Baker’s is the crème de la crème.
Cadieux Cafe – the heart of the old Belgian east-side – hosted live performances from local favorites King Eddie, Cosmic Light Shapes and Moon Lake.