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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.

Shared Plates: March 2018 Winner

Eating your greens doesn’t have to be a bore. Just ask Kellie Kucik, the blogger behind Plant Based Detroit, and this month’s featured winner. Her sweet and savory kale salad is packed with nutrients and full of flavor.

Shared Plates: February 2018 Winner

When we launched this particular Shared Plates theme, we knew we were going to get some interesting burgers — beef or otherwise. Even so, we were surprised at how delicious winner Chelsea Smith’s sweet potato burger looked.

Shared Plates: January 2018 Winner

This dish from Chef (and home cook) Lisa Hannaford is proof that vegan food can be way more exciting than just salads.

Shared Plates: December 2017 Winner

A self-professed sweet potato addict, it’s no surprise Erica Nkansah managed to work the spuds into her winning breakfast dish.

Shared Plates: November 2017 Winner

“As a celiac and food lover, I never have the pleasure of [enjoying] fresh pasta when dining out. I refuse to accept defeat, so I’ve harnessed my DIY gusto and began testing recipes I can make, even without a pasta press."

Hour Detroit Nabs 13 ‘Excellence in Journalism’ Awards

Hour Detroit magazine was honored with more than a dozen honors from the annual Society of Professional Journalists – Detroit Chapter (SPJ) 2017 Excellence...

Hour Detroit wins big at SPJ 2016 Excellence in Journalism Awards

On Tuesday, Hour Detroit brought home nearly 20 honors from the annual Society of Professional Journalists – Detroit Chapter (SPJ) 2016 Excellence in Journalism Awards...

Web Exclusive: Lennon’s Legacy

On the anniversary of his death, a web exclusive preview of a tribute concert and and look at John Lennon's legacy.

Web Exclusive: Antietam’s Second Course

Eastern Market-area restaurant reopens for business.

Web Exclusive: The Battle to Open Antietam

Hard times after 'soft' opening

New Allegations Emerge in Year-Old Royal Oak Shooting Death

A lawsuit suggests a money motive in Gary Harmon Lupiloff killing.

Farewell to Dr. Death

One reporter's thoughts on the legacy of Jack Kevorkian.

Mark Kurlyandchik Discusses the Michigan Accent on The Craig Fahle Show

Hour Detroit Associate Editor Mark Kurlyandchik discusses the Michigan accent on WDET-FM. The interview aired on the Tuesday, February 8, 2011 edition of The Craig Fahle Show.

Hour Detroit Wins General Excellence

We are proud to announce that Hour Detroit magazine took first-place honors for General Excellence in the 24th Annual National City and Regional Magazine Awards competition.

Shoe’s a Shoe In

Wayne State grad Nicole LaFave, a metro Detroit native and rising star in shoe design, is enjoying rave reviews of her recently unveiled luxury Omelle footwear line