Detroit’s BoHo Mojo
A bare-bones Detroit club with gritty urban appeal is catching the attention of New York acts
Eat, drink, and be wary: With the aid of a registered dietitian, we sort through today’s nutritional conundrums and arrive at some answers
Hooping It Up for 50 Years
The Detroit Pistons celebrate 50 years.
Tribute in Transition
It has a new menu and a new chef, but the old high standards remain the goal
Wolfgang Puck Grille and La Musique
The most casual of the signature restaurants at the MGM Detroit Casino, this spot offers a contemporary menu in the hands of executive chef Marc Djozlija, who directs a staff of 58, turning out breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as room service for the hotel…
Interior designer Lynda Charfoos feels at home in contemporary minimalist fashions
Staging a Coup
Versatile actor Denis O’Hare is equally adept on Broadway, television, and film. He talks about growing up in metro Detroit, his famous co-stars, and the thrill of his Tony Award.
Cars: Fuel for Thought
In the car world, there’s “aftermarket,” (the auto industry term for the lucrative business of post-purchase upgrades). And then there’s aftermarket, the eccentric stuff owners do to modify their personal transportation.
Power for the People
Former newspaper publisher Phil Power formed The Center for Michigan in the hope of improving public discourse and quieting divisive politics.
Former Detroit television reporters who’ve moved on to the national screen say this competitive news market prepared them well for network broadcast jobs
Cars that have been out of production or not imported to the United States for at least seven years are highlighted in the Orphan Car Show.
21 Steps Toward a More Physically Fit New Year
January is the month of good intentions. And for many of us, that means getting real about diet and exercise. Conventional wisdom says it takes 21 days to form a habit.