Campus Martius is getting its largest Christmas tree yet.
A Michigan-grown Norway spruce will be installed in the park on Nov. 4. The Detroit Downtown Partnership has yet to reveal its exact size.
Target is opening a store in Midtown Detroit.
As Detroit’s new historian, Jamon Jordan will highlight African Americans’ contributions to the city.
In his role, the founder of Black Scroll Network, History & Tours will conduct research, make public presentations, and promote tourism.
A celebrity-backed food chain launches its first Michigan location.
Los Angeles-based Dave’s Hot Chicken debuted in Dearborn today. Drake, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Strahan are a few of the investors behind the chain.
Detroit is offering all three COVID booster shots to residents 18 and older.
The city says the Johnson & Johnson booster can be taken two months after initial vaccination, while the Pfizer and Moderna boosters can be taken after six months.
Downtown Boxing Gym is opening an outdoor sports complex in Detroit.
The complex, opening tonight on the city’s east side, will feature a multi-sport turf field, study pavilion, ice rink, and fire pits.
James Oliver Coffee Co. opens in the former Detroit Institute of Bagels space.
In addition to bagels and bagel sandwiches, the Corktown cafe features an espresso bar, cold brew, nitro coffee, tea, and a pour-over-station.
Detroit Black creators are featured in a VH1 YouTube series.
A new project will transform a Detroit church into a cultural arts center.
An abandoned movie theater will become Michigan’s first Black-owned film studio.
Greenwood District Studios will be in the former Lansing Mall Cinema. It will feature video and audio production facilities as well as a comedy club.
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