Sexy Steak Opens in Detroit’s Grand Army of the Republic Building

If you’re looking for a truly royal Motor City dining experience, you can now order steak in downtown Detroit’s palatial “castle” building on Grand...

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Detroit’s First 3D-Printed House & Other Top Stories

Detroit’s First 3D-Printed Home is on the Market Construction of Detroit’s first 3D-printed home, located in the Islandview neighborhood, is now complete and on the...

Curtis Chin Discusses His Book “Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant,...

"We as people are a reflection of the places we grow up in, right?” says writer Curtis Chin. “They inform us; they change who...

Indoor Waterparks in Michigan to Chase Away the Winter Blues

Michigan is home to waterparks that are filled with fun for the entire family to enjoy, and thanks to a number of indoor waterparks...

Buddy’s Pizza is Set to Open 23rd Location in Canton

Buddy’s Pizza will be opening its newest carry-out location on Feb. 26 on Ford Road in Canton. With this addition, the originator of Detroit-style...

Detroit Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer

Learn more about Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer at fundraise.scottcares.org and visit scottcares.org for more information on the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation at scottcares.org. 

Meet Chef and Author Abra Berens

When I chatted with chef Abra Berens in early December, the staff at Granor Farm was in the midst of a winter harvest, picking...

21 Things to Do This Weekend (Feb. 23-25)

The weekend is here, and if you’re wondering what you’re going to do to stay entertained, look no further. Hour Detroit found details on some of...

Assembled in Hollywood: Producer Roger Corman

For Roger Corman, it was only natural to bring assembly-line practices to Hollywood as he became king of the B pictures. By 1954, when...

How to Make Bandit’s Bison Chili

Bandit Tavern & Hideaway in Royal Oak offers Southern-style dishes including fried chicken, honey-glazed salmon, and shrimp & grits. Try making the bison chili,...

Independent Book Stores Worth a Visit in Metro Detroit​

Despite the emergence of e-books, good old-fashioned physical copies are still a go-to for book worms. And while big box stores and Amazon dominate the market, there are a surprising number of great independent bookstores scattered around metro Detroit.

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The Community House’s 2024 Bates Street Society Dinner

Learn more about The Community House at communityhouse.com. 

8th Annual Gjergi Kastrioti Scholarship Fund Gala

Learn more about the Gjergi Kastrioti Scholarship Fund at gksfund.org. 

KIDSGala 9th Annual Charity Event

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FOOD

Playing With Fire: New Restaurant ‘Puma’ is Coming to Detroit

From the very beginning in Argentina, Javier Bardauil has let his calling in food guide him. After attending the Argentine Gastronomy Institute and The...

How to Make Bandit’s Bison Chili

Bandit Tavern & Hideaway in Royal Oak offers Southern-style dishes including fried chicken, honey-glazed salmon, and shrimp & grits. Try making the bison chili,...

7 Metro Detroit Spots for Eggs Benedict

Grab the breakfast favorite at these local restaurants

COMMUNITY

Detroit’s First 3D-Printed Home is Now Available for Sale

Construction of Detroit’s first 3D-printed home, located in the Islandview neighborhood, is now complete and on the market with an asking price of $224,500. Citizen...

Michigan Properties Added to Historic Places Registry & Other Top Stories

19 Michigan Properties Were Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2023 The Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced 19 historic Michigan properties were...

Detroiters Weigh in on MDOT’s I-375 Reconnecting Communities Project

In 1964, the 1-mile highway of I-375 stretching north from Jefferson to Mack Avenue was built without the consent of the neighborhoods it destroyed....

LIFE & STYLE

Detroit Stylist Marv Neal Shares His Fashion Tips

Marv Neal grew up in a multigenerational home full of stylish women. He recalls a childhood marked by images of his great-grandmother, a seamstress,...

An Inside Look at The Online Jewelry Store Vajzë

Immigrating to the United States is kind of a big deal. Suddenly, you’re immersed in a brand-new environment and may feel overwhelmed by the...

How to Add Pastels into Your Wardrobe

From Versace to Chanel and so many more, designers everywhere awashed their spring/summer ’24 runways in soft hues of pink, blue, green, and yellow.These...

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21 Things to Do This Weekend (Feb. 23-25)

The weekend is here, and if you’re wondering what you’re going to do to stay entertained, look no further. Hour Detroit found details on some of...

Assembled in Hollywood: Producer Roger Corman

For Roger Corman, it was only natural to bring assembly-line practices to Hollywood as he became king of the B pictures. By 1954, when...

Independent Book Stores Worth a Visit in Metro Detroit​

Despite the emergence of e-books, good old-fashioned physical copies are still a go-to for book worms. And while big box stores and Amazon dominate the market, there are a surprising number of great independent bookstores scattered around metro Detroit.