Summer has arrived - it's time to celebrate
Patrick Brault Returns to Ford Fireworks for Eight Years
Everybody's working for the weekend here in the Motor City
Here's to all the dads out there
Turns out, 'just one dress' can go a long way
From burgers and beers to comedy shows and concerts, metro Detroit has you covered
Concerts, festivals, exhibits, and more to cure your weekend boredom
Ring in the unofficial start of summer with these metro Detroit events.
From Beethoven to Comic Con, Detroit has you covered.
Ignore the cold and rainy weather. This weekend calls for attending annual events, stand-up comedy, and discovering talented local artists.
More than 150 vendors, guests speakers, such as Star Trek's Michael Dorn among highlights.
From comedy shows and musicals to a choreography and classical music, there's something happening for everyone in Metro Detroit
New taproom located in Cass Corridor will serve the growing region
Enjoy the weekend with shopping, dance and theater performances, and art exhibits.
New emphasis to focus on year-round cleanup.
Even with rain in the forecast, there are still plenty of things to do around the city
Gear up for a new season with local clothing options
Kick off the month April with gut-busting comedy, acrobatics, and artists performing for good causes
A rocker’s philanthropic legacy lives on through music therapy
Seafood eatery features raw bar with oysters, craft beer and cocktails
Hot rods, cabaret, and a pottery exhibit are just some of the creative events happening around Metro Detroit this weekend.
From whiskey tastings to Broadway shows, there's plenty to do around metro Detroit.
Whether you’re looking for something to do after your auto show visit or want to do something not even related to cars, there’s plenty going on this weekend all around metro Detroit.
Thornetta Davis discusses her first recording in 20 years
Fall Arts Guide
News and notes about the metro Detroit food scene from Molly Abraham and the Hour Detroit staff.
On a rebounding stretch on Second Avenue in Midtown, Selden Standard's Andy Hollyday takes casual high-end restaurants to the next level
Ex-Lark chef to join Steven Lelli's Inn on the Green.
Townsend's Drew Sayes and Damien Yopek as well as Myles Anton from Traverse City represent local culinary scene
Michigan Tea Week to feature tastings, food pairings, etiquette education, and more
Local cider mills help capture the spirit of fall
A recap of this year's FashionSpeak conference in Detroit and an exclusive interview with fashion designer Kevan Hall.
McClary Bros. founder Jess McClary discusses her appearance on the ABC show.
Hour Detroit spoke with Ringwald on the phone to discuss what inspired her jazz album, and what the future holds for her.
Michael Symon will host the Greening of Detroit Gala on October 4 at his Detroit steakhouse, Roast, which has been a foodie favorite since opening in 2008.
Dead at 87, Grosse Pointe Park native Julie Harris spent her career as one of the most revered stage actresses of her time.
Hour Detroit magazine featured novelist Elmore Leonard, who died on August 20 at his home in Birmingham, in the March, 2003 issue.
Stay home this Labor Day weekend and enjoy one of the area’s biggest local events — the Detroit Jazz Festival.
Hour Detroit Senior Editor Mark Kurlyandchik demystifies drinking water and discusses his article, "Ebb & Flow," on Michigan Radio.
Mobile Homestead, a mobile home art exhibit by the late Detroit artist Mike Kelley, has a new address on Woodward Avenue.
Monthly art event aims to draw more patrons to Detroit galleries.
(Video) A tucked away northern Italian outpost in Troy keeps special-occasion white-linen dining alive.
The curtain rises this month on the renovated Maple Theater in Bloomfield Township.
On Davidson’s first new album in seven years, the newly settled folk troubadour weaves a number of classic struggles throughout.
How a childhood of whispers brought on by premature birth led one young man to surgery and a new voice.
Ten swimwear picks that let you reveal – or conceal – as much as you dare.
Somerset Collection’s pop-up shop returns this summer, anchoring the rebirth of storied shopping festival Downtown Detroit Days.
On the 50th anniversary of her tragic death, screen icon Marilyn Monroe is back in the spotlight.
When Kid Rock teams up with the DSO at the Fox Theatre May 12, the musicians will be sporting dapper fedoras from Detroit’s Henry the Hatter.
Last year, Gov. Rick Snyder designated April “Michigan Wine Month” as a way to recognize the achievements and economic contributions of the Michigan wine industry.