Saturday night’s Monster Truck show at the Palace of Auburn Hills includes three husband-and-wife tandems battling it out amid the fumes and fun.
For many families, the holiday season isn’t complete without kicking up their heels with the Radio City Rockettes or hearing the live amped-up version of “Carol of the Bells” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Kid Rock, talking about his free and charity concerts in Detroit and elsewhere across the country, said he does it because he can.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out this calendar of events at the Royal Oak Music Theatre.
Michigan needs a new tax on services. That’s the message MSU economist Charles Ballard will deliver Thursday morning as part of his 2012 economic forecast for the Engineering Society of Detroit.
TEDx — idea incubator, business idea tryout spot, networking opportunity unparalleled — packed more than 1,500 of Detroit’s brightest into Orchestra Hall Wednesday.
The world’s best looking traffic jam, the Woodward Dream Cruise, has a lot of people dreaming of owning their own retro ride.
Aretha Franklin says she’s “extremely disappointed” over a lawsuit filed by her longtime songwriting partner over song royalties from her latest CD and copyright infringement.
When you invest years in a television show and the mystery of it ends, you miss it. That’s the way many of my friends felt when the series “Lost” ended. There were so many twists […]
Murder. Greed. Corruption. Violence. Exploitation. Adultery. Treachery. All those things we hold near and dear to our hearts.
That’s the opening line from the Tony Award winning musical CHICAGO, which is bringing All That Jazz to Detroit’s Fisher Theater