Nayyirah Shariff was half an hour late to Flint: Who Can You Trust?, a documentary chronicling the Flint water crisis, when it premiered in...
After a night spent telling jokes back in his hometown of Detroit, Alex English is hungry for some damn pancakes."I've literally been coming here...
Like a trusty steamboat captain, Aaron Schillinger deftly navigates the tricky channel between silliness and shame in his documentary, Boblo Boats: A Detroit Ferry...
In July of 1987, RoboCop came to theaters, depicting sci-fi that seemed more fiction than it did science. With cyborgs, handheld tracking maps, memory...
The Detroiter has acting credits on Arrested Development, The Office, Veep, and more.
The local TV star is helping locals transform fixer-uppers into dream homes
Detroit native Jason Johnson is among the “unsung heroes” being honored on the new PBS series
Rap duo Luniz stars in the episode one
The animation, live action, and documentary works will be presented on the big screen starting Feb. 25
The new series is expected to begin production this spring
The outdoor theater opens this week
The Clarkston resident's newest gig has her rubbing elbows with A-List celebs in need of an automotive overhaul
The new film comes on the heels of the outstanding biopic 'Genius: Aretha'
The Ypsilanti-raised actor plays Micah Lee on the Showtime drama, which returns for its second season on Aug. 8
The opening event, which features a VIP party and panel, takes place at the Redford Theatre
Refreshed after a two-year haitus, Rehab Addict Nicole Curtis is back — and she’s on a mission to save classic Motown homes from the trendsters
Ahead of the national premiere on March 21, locals can catch an advance screening of the show in Detroit
The documentary focuses on 10 months spanning 1981-1982 when musical currency was exchanged in dive bars
The Monroe Street Drive-In will show family-friendly films four nights a week
When news spread of the legendary host's death, it stirred emotions among alums of the show