The University of Detroit Jesuit High School, the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University graduate talks about his moments with Rosa Parks and Michelle Obama, why Lin-Manuel Miranda ghosted him, and more
Labor force participation for people with disabilities is 3 percentage points ahead of where it stood pre-pandemic
In this month's letter, 'Hour Detroit' editor Kate Walsh talks opening day, our annual City Guide feature, and supporting the Ukrainian community
The Detroit Pistons star has partnered with Michigan cannabis company Rair
The business launches private events this month
The Nov. 30 mass shooting — and a novel effort to hold the alleged gunman’s parents accountable — thrust McDonald into the media spotlight
Editor Kate Walsh on the magazine’s milestone and selecting the 2022 Restaurant of the Year
Stroll down memory lane with us this month as we celebrate 300 issues of insight, style, and fun
Michigan legalized possession of marijuana and recreational marijuana use for adults in 2018, but black market pot continues to exist
The educator was named the city's first official historian in October
Will Gretchen Whitmer be reelected? Will Detroit allow recreational pot shops to open? How will Coleman Young II and once-nemesis Mike Duggan get along? Our panelists make their predictions.
Elizabeth Denison Forth, Rosa Slade Gragg, and Coleman A. Young are among the notable figures at Detroit elite’s resting place of choice
In his final letter, Dan Caccavaro reflects on his time as editor-in-chief of ’Hour Detroit’ magazine
The Detroit legal eagle is the new president of the American Bar Association
Nikki Jolly, an LGBTQ activist from small-town Jackson, was charged with arson when his house burned down under mysterious circumstances
The exhibit will be at the Detroit Historical Museum through October
In his July letter, editor in chief Dan Caccavaro talks lifting COVID-19 restrictions, cover star Martha Reeves, and more
Trump vs. Biden is this fall’s main event. Here's your election breakdown.
You can’t rush perfection. But can you put it off for too long?
For someone hoping to flip a Michigan seat to red, the GOP Senate hopeful is running an awfully low-profile campaign