“Detroit needs to know, the nation needs to know that Detroit is loved.”
While traveling the world exploring the science of what makes things funny, we stumbled on an important question: What makes a good comedy club? According to many of the comics we interviewed, a “good room” is one that’s dimly lit, densely packed, with hard chairs, low ceilings, a red curtain, and nothing at all that’s blue.
“The First Phone Call From Heaven” mines the same death-and-afterlife material that transformed Albom 16 years ago from an award-winning sports columnist into a best-selling author.
“Detroit Shuffle” again features auto company scion Will Anderson.
You call yourself a Detroit Tigers fan, but how much do you really know about the team?
Here are upcoming book signings for my book: 100 Things Tiger Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die.
Did you know the Tigers had players named Hooks, Moose and Wahoo? Do you know that Curt Flood was not the first free agent ever?
She’s a local actress who knows how show biz really works and she’s written a book to teach anyone how to be a star on the screen and on the set.
Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s promise in a prison interview to give the city all proceeds from sales of his memoir may mean he can’t keep any profits from the book for himself.
Despite some controversy, Toni Morrison’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “Beloved” will remain on a reading list in the Plymouth-Canton School District.