Cranbrook Institute Of Science
If the weather cooperates, metro Detroiter sky-gazers will enjoy an appearance by Comet Lovejoy this week.
Batman doesn’t just fight crime — he also has a soft spot for a certain species.
The Detroit area has a lot of science exhibits for both kids and adults to enjoy. Check out this list to see where you can get your summer fix.
Take a three-day vacation from Detroit with a trip to Charlevoix. This town has some charming aspects that will make for an enjoyable weekend getaway.
Instead of watching the Super Bowl, take the gang on a kid-friendly adventure to one of the many exciting places to explore in Detroit.
You might spot something special in sky Tuesday night.
Looking for something fun and free to do with your family this fall? Look no further.
Experience the annual Perseids meteor shower by visiting a park or observatory for an optimal view of this phenomenon.
The Bosch Community Fund will present a $150,000 grant in support of a partnership with the Cranbrook Institute of Science to offer Detroit Public Schools students, families and faculty in-depth, hands-on exposure to science and technology.
Cranbrook Institute of Science is offering visitors opportunities to view its new observatory.