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Detroit Entrepreneur Focuses on Helping Women in Developing Countries

Fair trade accessories symbolize community and charity for owner of Love Travels. Imports

FashionSpeak Recap & Interview with Kevan Hall

A recap of this year's FashionSpeak conference in Detroit and an exclusive interview with fashion designer Kevan Hall.

Web Exclusive: Electric Forest 2015 Photos

A photo recap from Electric Forest 2015.

Treasure Trove

Through local firm’s Life Chests, people preserve memories, pass on personal legacies and family memorabilia to their loved ones

Ballroom Blitz

Boosted by TV shows, the dance floor is the ‘new’ place to find romance, friends, confidence, and community

Authentic Artistry

For the MOT’s production of Frida, costume designers went right to the source — contracting with Oaxacan women to create traditional Mexican outfits

Power Couple— 1930s Style

Multimillion-dollar DIA exhibit explores Detroit’s influence on iconic Mexican artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Ice-Solid Position

Red Wings’ Mike Babcock’s worth as a coach isn’t in question, but where will he lace up his skates?

The Nature of Giving

Careful craftsmanship can turn precious metal, found objects, or raw materials into thoughtful holiday gifts

Mercury Rising

Former online business establishes funky bricks-and-mortar Retropolis shop in the not-so-trendy Harper Woods

Support System

Common Ground’s Tony Rothschild reflects on 25 years of helping people move from crisis to hope

The Golden Touch

Olympic medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White are taking a break from competitive skating this year, but are keeping busy with Thanksgiving parade grand marshal honors, college studies, and more

Well-Groomed Gents

Facial hair is in full force for ‘Movember.’ If you need help keeping it civilized, these places have you covered.

Rebel Girl

Getting to know what inspires metro Detroit native and fashion designer Anna Sui

A Passion for Pelts

The 300-year-plus legacy of Detroit’s fur industry

Where The Wild Things Are

Whimsical interpretations on wardrobe classics

So You Wanna Be A Chef (Or Just Cook Like One)

Local culinary classes range from making doughnuts to earning degrees.

Fresh Fare

Treetops Resort's Farm2Fork events tap the bounty of local producers.

Web Exclusive: Bruce Weber at the DIA

On Thursday, June 19th, Hour Detroit attended an exclusive preview of photographer Bruce Weber's exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Man's Best Friend

Spring Accessories to Make Sure You're Best Dressed to the K9's

America’s Sweetheart: An Evening with Molly Ringwald

Hour Detroit spoke with Ringwald on the phone to discuss what inspired her jazz album, and what the future holds for her.

Confident By Design

Home interior design professional and Michigan native Stephen Nobel shares how to transform a room into a reflection of you

Heart Warmers

Local products may be just the ticket for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day

Home & Away

Destination or downtown? Wedding venues are a matter of personal choice.

Detroit’s Jewel of Broadway

Dead at 87, Grosse Pointe Park native Julie Harris spent her career as one of the most revered stage actresses of her time.

In Remembrance

Hour Detroit magazine featured novelist Elmore Leonard, who died on August 20 at his home in Birmingham, in the March, 2003 issue.