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Love Locks

Shinola Introduces Love Locks Installation in Downtown Detroit

The city is living up to its Paris of the West reputation
Father's Day Gift

Father’s Day Gift Guide 2019

Treat your dad with these 9 finds

The Team Behind Adachi Launches a Restaurant in Bloomfield Township

The eatery serves up Pan-Asian cuisine in a casual, family-friendly setting
Dequindre Cut

An Earth Day Volunteer Opportunity to Improve the Motor City’s Environment

The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is hosting a cleanup for the Dequindre Cut on April 13
Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus

A Multimedia Museum Experience for International Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus shares untold stories of the genocide

Shared Plates: November 2018 Winner

Clinton Township resident, Jenn Tilton, is a jack of all tasty trades. She’s been working as a pastry chef for the past 12 years, and says her interest in food developed early on, a result of helping her mother and grandmother in the kitchen.

Shared Plates: October 2018 Winner

Crowded Kitchen, a food photography and recipe development business, caters to enthusiasts of both mindful meals and captivating imagery.

Q&A: UK Pop Sensation Anne-Marie

You may have heard of upcoming pop sensation Anne-Marie from her multiple radio sensations and collaborations including 2016’s “Rockabye” and this year’s summer hit, “Friends”

Shared Plates: September 2018 Winner

When Marie Lamb became a vegetarian in 2011, the Dearborn photographer searched for creative ways to experiment with traditional ingredients.

Shared Plates: August 2018 Winner

Recipe: Frozen Rose Popsicles

Shared Plates: July 2018 Winner

This month’s winner, Evan Mignogna, lead recruiter at Ann Arbor-based May Mobility, describes himself as an avid, lifelong home cook.

Detroiters Will Soon Be Able to Buy Cookies from a Vintage Milk Truck

Ferndale’s Detroit Cookie Company is preparing a 1967 Divco truck to sell ice cream sandwiches, coffee, and cookies on the go

Shared Plates: June 2018 Winner

"Making fresh pasta is really quite simple once you have the basic recipe down,” writes Susan Lumetta, this month’s Hour Shared Plates winner.

Organizers of Motor City Pride Reflect on What ‘Pride’ Means to Them

Howard-Putnam was 13-years-old when he attended his first Pride event. It’s the year he came out, and the year he was welcomed into a community of friends who were questioning their own sexuality.

Shared Plates: May 2018 Winner

When we last caught up with Franchelle Jackson, she shared her recipe for Avocado Boats during National Nutrition Month in our March 2017 issue. This time around, she’s won our hearts with a tasty example of finger food.

Hour Detroit Wins 14 ‘Excellence in Journalism’ Awards

Troy-based Hour Detroit brought home 14 honors from the annual Society of Professional Journalists – Detroit Chapter (SPJ) 2017 Excellence in Journalism Awards celebration.

Shared Plates: April 2018 Winner

This month’s winning Shared Plates recipe is more accessible than you may think. “As a recipe developer, my absolute favorite thing is to create recipes that people cook themselves,” writes Emily Wilson, the mastermind behind Guest Chef catering service and The Craveable Kitchen blog.
March for Our Lives

Local Communities to Participate in March for Our Lives

The March for Our Lives is an international movement with plans to peacefully protest gun violence in schools in response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February.

Women Wednesday Spotlight: Fatou-Seydi Sarr

Senegalese native Fatou-Seydi Sarr wears many hats: activist, social worker, dance instructor, and court interpreter.

Q&A: Local True Crime Podcaster on Popularity of the Genre

Locally, Nina Innsted, host and writer of Already Gone, has turned an interest in true crime into a popular podcast that has an average of 100,000 plays per episode.