A demolition crew toppled the stage and interior of the once-elegant Eastown Theatre on Detroit’s east side on Tuesday, bringing down power lines with it.
A large claw poked through the stage of the once-celebrated theater on Detroit’s east side today.
The Eastown Theatre was one of Detroit’s most elegant movie palaces and later a premier rock venue during the psychedelic era.
Thousands of people turned out for 38th annual Dally in the Alley on Saturday.
During its last incarnation, the bar sold beer from urinals, and food came in a dog bowl.
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.
The Magic Stick was a mainstay for indie rockers and helped propel The White Stripes to stardom.
Frank McCullers has been playing trumpet on the sidewalk outside of the Detroit Opera House for a decade, becoming a fixture on Broadway Street.