Going Zen In The D

Buddhist shrine at Detroit Zen Center

In the 2.5 square mile city of Hamtramck is a large golden Buddha statue resting on the roof of a renovated house turned Zen Center. The home has been converted into a branch of Sudeok-sa Temple, Korea, where monastics train.

Tiny Homes Make Big Difference

A Tiny Home from the insid

The city of Detroit has made big strides with neighborhood enrichment in recent years. Of all the big deals, big buildings, and big businesses making splashes, it could be the smallest establishments bringing the largest impact.

Changing the Face of Music in Detroit

Three musicians playing the guitar for Seraphine Collective “Child Sleep” at BFF Fest 4

Seraphine Collective and Girls Rock Detroit have been working diligently to promote local, inclusive and community-based music.

Brightmoor Neighborhood Sows Seeds of Sustainability

Motown Meals teaches cooking class at the Brightmoor Artisans Collective

On Fenkell Street on Detroit’s northwest side, in the open expanse of residential abandonment and corporate disinvestment, the Brightmoor Artisans Collective (BAC) protrudes from the landscape of gas station, car wash and liquor store like a vibrant bl

Behind the Scenes of “And Then There Were None”

HFC actors Lee Denderson and Dakota Nuttal character names Thomas and Ethel Rodgers in the “And Then There Were None" play

On April 5, Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery, “And Then There Were None,” was brought to life at Henry Ford College.

“We Are Dearborn”

HFC’s Steve Glazer plays with blues duo Howard Glazer and Harmonica Shaw

“We Are Dearborn” fills the Sisson Art Gallery at Henry Ford College, with 42 striking, 3-4 ft. black and white photographic images.

Promoting Racial Equality for over 60 Years: Detroit Repertory Theatre

Scene from “Dauphin Island”  |  Photo courtesy Detroit Repertory Theatre

In the midst of its 61st season, the Detroit Repertory Theatre is Michigan’s longest running non-profit professional theater.

Galerie Camille Pairs Artists with Detroit

Photo of Isabelle Weiss, Assistant Director, Galerie Camille

Detroit has always served as a source of inspiration for artists. Many residents believe that the city is currently undergoing a renaissance period, beginning with the development in Corktown and Midtown leading to a resurgence in the economy.

The Life of a Vendor at Eastern Market

Picture of A chef working on tarts

Eastern Market has become a staple of the Detroit community. Every Saturday, thousands of people flock to the market in search of goods produced from local businesses.

Detroit’s Music Scene Through the Lens of Leni Sinclair

Poster of the exhibit of Music and the Time: Photographs by Leni Sinclair

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.


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