The Survivor: Cagayan season finale airs tonight, and with only four castaways left, one will “pull one of the greatest comebacks in Survivor history.”
Some Detroit Public School students are getting the chance to show off their creativity in the form of wearable works of art.
A new international gardening competition is planned for next year in Detroit, near the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory on Belle Isle.
The 48 Hour Film Project is here in Detroit this weekend, and with the competition only a few days away, we sat down with an experienced professional in weekend film challenges. Shane Sevo is a local Detroit film producer and he truly loves the weekend film challenge format. He’s competed for 10 consecutive years in the National Weekend Film Challenge, which has a very similar set of rules to the 48 Hour Film Project, and has won multiple awards over the years.
Facial-hair enthusiasts plan to gather this weekend in Lansing for the first Great Lakes Regional Beard and Moustache Championship.
Time is running out for entrepreneurs to submit their business plans for the 2012 Comerica Hatch Detroit retail business competition before the August 1 deadline.
It is often said that Detroiters are even more down on their city than some outsiders. City residents who feel that way can learn from a group of 66 finalists in the Challenge Detroit competition.
It’s a sweet victory for Taste Love Cupcakes on Main Street, which just celebrated its first anniversary.
If you have a talent for making people laugh, a local comedy theater is offering you the chance to turn your jokes into cash.
State Senate Democrats have announced a contest to help promote their proposed plan to provide free college tuition to all Michigan high school grads.