This list will give you an idea of what gifts are best to bring back from a trip.
The DIA is encouraging residents in Macomb, Wayne and Oakland counties to check out the museum as part of their free “county days” initiative.
On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball during his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Hundreds of pieces of erotic art, a peep show and a 3 foot tall stripper are all part of the Dirty Show, getting underway Thursday at the Russell Industrial Center.
The Holiday Art Fair sparkles in the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center. Fair hours are Saturday, November 15th and Sunday, November 16th.
The banner calls attention to the St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center exhibit of nursery rhyme-themed stained glass windows at the museum.
The third annual Detroit Oktoberfest, will take place on October 4th, from 5pm to 1am at The Artist Village in downtown Detroit. Celebrate community arts & music at this terrific benefit!
Along with his Marilyn Monroe portrait and the Campbell Soup cans, Andy Warhol’s album covers have their own place in the pop-art pantheon.
A 15-ton steel sculpture of a fish sits along the new $6 million Blue Water River Walk.
It’s a piece of wearable Detroit history.