“If you say you don’t like electronic music, but you’re listening to a Taylor Swift remix in your car and you’re tapping your toe, you’re listening to electronic music. I mean, there’s no way around it,” said Fotias.
Civil Rights Leaders, Community Organizers and labor leaders will speak out against crime and violence at a rally Monday night in Hart Plaza.
Financially strapped, and under a state audit, there is word that the City of Detroit could soon be closing a number of area parks, making popular music and ethnic festivals a thing of the past.
Repairs have been completed to a monument to the Underground Railroad that sits along the Detroit riverfront.
Thousands of people have converged on downtown Detroit for the annual Detroit International Jazz Festival.
Lots of fun going on in Hart Plaza Saturday for the Detroit Public Schools Education and Enrollment Expo. The idea is to get DPS students and parents excited about the back to school season.
Detroit Public Schools’ high-energy Back-to-School Parade and Rally are back for the third year in a row.
Scrap metal thieves strike again — this time, their target is Detroit’s historic “Gateway To Freedom” statue.
This weekend Hart Plaza will serve as the hub for celebrating the strength, vitality and unity of Metro Detroit’s LGBT community.
One of the big events going on in Metro Detroit this holiday weekend is Movement: The Electronic Music Festival on Hart Plaza.