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Vinyl Revival: How Detroit Became a Hub for the Industry’s Comeback

Whether making them, selling them, or simply spinning them, Detroit is teeming with people who are passionate about records
Abdul El-Sayed Healing Politics

Abdul El-Sayed on His New Book, ‘Healing Politics’

The former gubernatorial candidate talks receiving death threats, intolerance within the Muslim community, and his frustrations with politicians
Westown Theatre 1936

The Way It Was – Westown Theatre, 1936

The Westown Theatre enjoyed only about three decades of life before closing circa 1967
wash your hands - alice cooper

Wash Your Hands to These 16 Songs By Artists with Metro Detroit Roots

Scrub along to hits like “Lose Yourself” by Eminem, Alice Cooper's “School's Out,” or “Respect” by Aretha Franklin
Specs Howard

Specs Howard Marks 50 years of Launching Broadcast Careers

At 93, the disc jokey-turned mentor is as sharp and charismatic as ever and still goes to his namesake institution weekly
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5 Michigan True Crime Podcasts to Listen to Now

Get through social distancing with one of these riveting picks
theo katzman

Theo Katzman on How His Time in Michigan Impacts His Music

The singer-songwriter, known for his work with the funk-pop group Vulfpeck, recently released his first solo album
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Object Lesson: Frida Kahlo’s ‘Self-Portrait with Monkey’

The DIA’s Dorota Chudzicka, assistant curator of modern European art, decodes the piece
mo pop

Khalid and The 1975 to Headline the 2020 Mo Pop Festival

The music festival is heading to Detroit's Historic Fort Wayne Park this year
Means TV

The Founders of Means TV on Their Post-Capitalist Streaming Service

The revolution will not be televised — but it just might be binge-watched
Frida Book Cover

Spring Reading Pick: ‘Frida in America: The Creative Awakening of a Great Artist’

How the Motor City helped the artist find her voice

25 Things to do in Metro Detroit This March

Grammy-Award winner Billie Eilish, country group Little Big Town, and jazz opera 'Champion' are in town

‘Dearborn Girl’ Explores the Intersection of Being Muslim and Feminist

The women behind the podcast are challenging stereotypes that exclude many from the mainstream movement
Trans Sistas of Color Project Detroit - Ahya Simone

Trans Sistas of Color Project Detroit’s Co-founder on Art and Identity

Multidisciplinary artist and Kresge fellow Ahya Simone talks the burdens and the blessings of being transgender
Artist Jova Lynne's Day

Detroit Dream Day with Artist Jova Lynne

The MOCAD curator's perfect day is filled with art, artists, and tasty food
Loni Love

Detroit Native Loni Love is Helping Other Women Gain Ground in Comedy

The funny-businesswoman talks navigating the male-dominated field
Christin Lee Room Project

The Founder of Room Project on Fostering Community

Christin Lee shares why women and non-binary artists and writers need a space of their own

32 Things to Do in Metro Detroit This February

The Lumineers, "Jesus Christ Superstar," and Riverdance's 25th anniversary show come to town
Billy Strings

Bluegrass Artist Billy Strings Stays True to His Michigan Roots

Home isn’t just one place for this rising star