Bill Schuette responds to a resurfaced video; a charter school sues Sharon McPhail for refusing to leave after her termination; and Detroit fights graffiti by hiring muralists.
The crackdown has led to a reduction of illegal graffiti, but at what price?
The QLine hasn’t opened to the public yet, but it has already been hit with graffiti.
Wayne State University Police are investigating racist, pro-Trump graffiti found in a men’s bathroom.
It wasn’t a hoax.
For the second consecutive year, renowned artists from metro Detroit and around the globe converged on the Eastern Market for the past weeks to paint murals on the sides of buildings as part of Murals in the Market.
World-renowned street artist Shepard Fairey was facing up to 10 years in prison. Not anymore.
What happens when an act of civil disobedience enters the courtroom.
Among the blight and poverty in many of Detroit’s neighborhoods are colorful reminders of perseverance and pride.
The slab of concrete, however, didn’t fetch as much as expected.