The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History exhibit, “The Music and the Time: Photographs by Leni Sinclair” explores the history and talent of prominent black musicians in Detroit.
Under warm lamplight and up creaking, wooden stairs they trickle in, the heavy and unassuming door closing behind, closing out the stinging cold on Farnsworth St. in Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood.
When Olayami Dabls came to the corner of West Grand Blvd. and Grand River with his magic beads, he really had no idea where they might take him.
A new Japan Gallery is part of the permanent exhibits at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The opening weekend, Nov.
“Sonic Rebellion: Music as Resistance” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit explores the city’s rich musical artistry and the powerful ways it can been used to combat social and political injustices.
In celebration of National Novel Writing Month, Rick Bailey, retired Henry Ford College English professor and published author, visited HFC on Nov.
The door to the Fine Arts Building lobby swings softly shut and I’m standing in an unfamiliar hallway, one I didn’t know existed.
Since 2014, Kesha has been seemingly absent from the music industry.
From baseball to apple pie, to country, jazz and hip-hop music, we love our American culture. And when it comes to literature, one children’s series has topped the list of American icons.
Three artists with three unique life experiences bring three sets of questions and challenges for the viewer.