“Oh, hell no, Mike Duggan,” someone says in the video.
Controversial graffiti writer from New York City splashes Detroit with fire extinguisher-propelled paint
Katsu has been seen painting on a homeless man in New York City, and brazenly tagged the side of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
The video, “My Life,” begins inside the train station, with 50 Cent walking through the graffiti-strewn lobby with a helicopter spotlight shining through the broken windows.
“Oh, God,” Janet Howard said, fearing the spreading flames would devour the entire block of Garland and Canfield, where an arsonist also set a blaze the day before. “Please. Please, God.”
“You aren’t leaving until you delete that damn picture,” a male campaign volunteer hollered as he poked his finger at my chest.
This is behind-the-scenes video of upcoming Eminem video that will feature the vacant Michigan Central Station.
When the mighty, historic Cass Tech High School came crashing down this time last year, dozens of alumni gathered to catch one last glimpse of the 93-year-old building.
A year ago this month, demolition crews knocked down the final wall of the storied and mammoth Cass Tech High School in Detroit, shattering hopes of reviving the 93-year-old building.
Council President Charles Pugh has stopped eating – and you can watch it live. “I’m on a hunger strike!” he declared on his Facebook page this afternoon. The city’s first openly gay councilman is joining others statewide on a one-day hunger strike to call attention to the inequalities facing gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transexuals. […]
Critically acclaimed documentary, “Burn,” a feature-length film about Detroit’s distressed firefighters, will make its Motor City premiere Sept. 28 at the Fillmore. Producers Tom Putnam and Brenna Sanchez will join city firefighters on stage to answer questions after the film. The documentary follows the crew of Engine Company 50, one of the busiest and most […]