On this day in 1978, attorney and political strategist Robert L. Millender, Sr. joins the ancestors.
Beginning today, we’ll feature Detroit author Ken Coleman’s insightful, daily accounts of Detroit’s African American history.
“Stealing Home” premiers tonight at 7 at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Hopes of reviving the building vanished with the death of legendary boxing trainer Emanuel Steward.
A man of two sides, Pugh can be charming, temperamental, progressive, juvenile.
Dan Austin may seem like an improbable Detroit historian. With shaggy sideburns, a strong affection for vinyl records and just 31 years old, Austin has become the go-to guy on Detroit architecture. In true Detroit fashion, Austin earned that distinction with tireless work, uncovering long-forgotten details of the city’s storied high-rises, theaters and churches. In […]
By Steve Neavling Eddie Brown plopped down on a cracked curb and flicked a thick sheen of sweat from his forehead. “It’s a hot one,” he told me yesterday at sunset, along a quiet, sweltering stretch of Woodward between Midtown and downtown. In the same spot 69 years ago today, under the same scorching sun, […]