With its 13 turns in 2.35 miles, the annual race celebrates a milestone anniversary this year. Some say it’s not all glory.
For those who’ve lost loved ones in service, the holiday is a time to pay tribute
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is hosting a cleanup for the Dequindre Cut on April 13
New research provides an unprecedented look at black holes and the galaxies they exist in
A look into the unique summer experience that Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit creates for children
On a mission to share the beauty of Ecuador, a local entrepreneur imports a piece of his home country to Detroit
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An aura photography service in Detroit unveils the energy in all of us
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics — which was divided by two — was an ode to lasers. One half of the honor was...
In Plato’s dialogue Meno, the philosopher Socrates asks, “Is virtue the same in child and slave?” He presses the work’s namesake, Thessalian political figure...
*What Up Doe, Whadupdoe, Waddupdoe: It’s a greeting, a phrase, a word with multiple spellings, yet one meaning — home. In June 2016, I was...
One podcast founder on using her voice to foster community among determined mothers // Photographs by Rosa Maria Zamarron
A young, rising female activist shares the impact and inspiration of Rashida Tlaib’s historic win as the first female Muslim to the U.S. Congress // Photographs by Jenny Risher
Actress, activist, and co-founder of Detroit Blows
More than a century ago, Juliette Gordon Low sparked a movement to inspire girls to embrace their strength and intellect. The Girl Scouts organization gave them a place of their own in a world of clubs for boys.
University of Michigan Professor Natasha Pilkauskas finds one type of household is on the rise
More than 60 years after Black Bottom was razed, the Detroit region named for its rich, dark soil has become an unlikely point of interest to a new generation of African-American history enthusiasts
Just last year, pedestrians could peer into the glass windows of Andiamo Trattoria and find smiling faces of diners swirling pasta noodles.
During the black-tie fundraiser for local children’s charities, trendsetters will get an early glimpse at the more than 750 vehicles displayed in this year’s North American International Auto Show.
As a group fitness manager for Equinox Bloomfield Hills, Jim Jalove is responsible for bringing science-based, results-driven classes to the luxury fitness company’s first Michigan club.