The 1st Annual Astronomicon Is Set To BlastoffThe newest pop culture convention in Metro Detroit is set to blastoff this weekend! The inaugural Astronomicon Pop Culture Convention will be taking place in Sterling Heights this weekend starting February 9th
Arab Women In Music Take Center Stage At Music HallThe National Arab Orchestra (NAO) will be heading to the Detroit Music Hall this February to celebrate Arab women in the arts. "On The Shoulder of Giants: Arab Women in Music" will be NAO's fifth concert of the 2017-18 season featuring conductor Michael Ibrahim.
School Choice Week Is Underway With Over 800 Events And Activities For StudentsJanuary 21st to the 27th is Michigan School Choice Week and the state is encouraging parents to take a closer look at their child's education options.
Author and Writer Of Marvel's "Black Bolt" Releases New Comic Set In DetroitMarvel writer Saladin Ahmed will be holding a debut issue signing of his new comic book ABBOTT on January 27th at Vault of Midnight in Detroit.
EMU Plans To Hold A "Sing Out" Against Human TraffickingEastern Michigan University plans to hold a "Sing Out" against modern day slavery as part of Human Trafficking Awareness Month this January.
How EcoWorks Helps Detroit Families Get Green HomesFor over 35 years EcoWorks has been supporting the Detroit community and promoting clean energy.
My Celebrity Big Brother Dream CastAs we wait to hear who's officially going to get cast for this upcoming season I thought it would be a perfect time to make a wishlist cast of celebrities I would love to see in the Big Brother house this winter.
How To Survive Wintry Michigan Roads: Remember These Driving TipsWith snow right around the corner, it is never too early to prepare for the icy Michigan roads. Here are a few tips to keep you safe this winter!
5 Fall And Winter Outerwear TrendsAs temperatures continue to drop, a fashionista needs plenty of options for bundling up in style.
The Made Man Detroit Shows Why It's Important To Give BackThe Made Men event honoring the extraordinary achievements of notable African American male influences across America made a stop to the motor city this week to honor those in the Detroit community.
Street Beat Web Exclusive: Bridging Communities, Phyllis EdwardsDetroit’s senior population continues to grow and the need for senior services are at an all-time high. The Executive Director for Bridging Communities, Phyllis Edwards, was kind enough to stop by and discuss what her organization is doing to help the elders in the community.
10 Things You Can Buy For $1000 Instead Of An iPhone XWith the new Apple iPhone X set to release for a jaw-dropping price tag of $999, here are 10 things you can get for $1,000 or less. You won't believe what 1k can get you!