Best Places To Learn About Detroit HistoryDetroit, Michigan’s largest city, has made great contributions to history. The city’s automotive, music and sports achievements are part of Detroit’s unique history. It is also a place where you can find restaurants, shops and activities relating to the many cultures that make up the Metropolitan Detroit community. Find out where you can go to learn more about the history of Detroit.
Best After-School Activities For Families In DetroitKids who stay active after school with families can lead happier lives.
Democrats To Host Events In Detroit Ahead Of Michigan PrimaryThe event is open to the public, but registration through Clinton's website is required.
Art X Detroit: More Than 50 Free Art Events In The City Throughout AprilBeginning next week, Midtown Detroit and beyond will come alive as the canvas for Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience, a free celebration of Detroit's thriving arts scene.
Five Must-See Museums In DetroitDetroit has some of the world's best museums, making it a true cultural paradise!
Special Concert Kicks Off Wright Museum's Celebration Of African-American HistoryGrammy award-winner Patti Austin will kick off a seven-month celebration with a performance at the Detroit Opera House.
Celebrating Black History Month, Farmington Hills Residents Hold MLK Day EventIn celebration of Black History Month, Farmington Hills residents recognize the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Metro Detroit Celebrates The Legacy Of MLK With Music, Marches And ScholarshipsAs the nation pauses to remember civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the national holiday in his honor, many Detroiters took time to honor his legacy.
Best Venues For A Fall Wedding In Metro DetroitTake advantage of the fall season by holding your wedding at a remarkable location in the Detroit area.
Best Museum Tours In Metro DetroitGet more out of the museum experience by taking a guided tour at one of the acclaimed cultural institutions in the Detroit area.
Thousands Crowd Midtown For Annual 'African World Festival'Tens of thousands of people were expected to converge on the grounds of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History this weekend in Detroit for the 32nd Annual African World Festival.
Local Teen Director Premiers John Brown Film 'Madman Or Martyr' In DetroitA 17-year-old student from Country Day High School could be the next Steven Spielberg.

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