Detroit Riverfront Conservancy: Live The RiverfrontThe multi-year “Live the Riverfront” partnership between Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy continues this summer with numerous activities. Click here for details.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Riverfront, Belle Isle And Inspirational LeadersChange is ahead for Detroit’s riverfront with more focus on recreation, a commercial district and upscale residential.
Chicago-Based Firm To Develop Plan For Detroit RiverfrontA Chicago-based firm has been selected to develop a plan to further redevelop an eastern portion of the Detroit riverfront.
Kresge Foundation Commits $2.2 Million For Detroit Revitalization, Neighborhoods"The revival of neighborhoods is necessarily a basis for revitalization of the city as a whole."
Arts, Beats & Eats Festival Raises Almost $256K For CharityThis year's festival attracted 385,000 visitors, the third largest overall attendance in its history.
313-Foot-Long Box Of Chocolate To Be Assembled Along Detroit RiverIt's part of a fundraiser to help improve Detroit's riverfront.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Detroit's Landscape Undergoing ChangesThings are a changing in Detroit as Thom Connors, who runs Cobo Center, talked about during a far flung conversation on "Michigan Matters" about the convention center and its growing impact on the Motor City.
'Fit Park' Opens Along The Dequindre Cut In Detroit (Video)A new six-station Fit Park has opened along the Dequindre Cut, near the Detroit Riverfront.
Proposed I-375 Freeway Designs Released One of downtown Detroit's main arteries may have an extreme makeover and the public is invited to share their thoughts on proposed
New Park Makes A "Splash" Along The Detroit RiverfrontAnother link in the ongoing effort to create public space along the Detroit River from Belle Isle to the Ambassador Bridge opened Friday.
Detroit Riverfront Leader Making Move To DTEThe head of Detroit's Riverfront Conservancy is stepping down to lead DTE Energy Foundation.
Detroit Riverdays Festival Set For June 21-23Organizers say festival-goers can expect more than 50 musical performances, maritime and ecological exhibits, carnival rides and stuff for the kids.