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For sale again -- Motown Records founder Berry Gordy once owned this Detroit mansion. (Credit/Deborah Smith)

Former Home Of Motown Records Founder, Berry Gordy, For Sale In Detroit

Berry Gordy bought what became known as the “Motown Mansion” in 1967 and lived there a few years before moving to Los Angeles.

CBS Detroit–05/27/2015

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Seen in Detroit: April 16-22

Each week, Detroit Proud will deliver photos captured by local Detroiters. Tag your photos of local happenings with #DetroitProud or #SeenInDetroit for your chance to have your photography featured in an upcoming post!

CBS 62–04/22/2015

1877 Steinway piano placed back in Motown Museum. (WWJ/Marie Osborne)

Beatles Legend Paul McCartney Helps Restore Motown Magic

A famous piano has found its way back home- in large part – due to Paul McCartney.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/01/2013

( KEM appears live at the Cass Park Historic District.

Detroit’s KEM Releases Christmas Album On Motown Label

Capitalizing on his appearance in Whitney Houston’s final film “Sparkle,” two-time Grammy-nominated KEM has completed his first holiday album, “What Christmas Means.”

CBS Detroit–09/14/2012

Photo Credit: The Henry Ford Museum/Facebook

Walk In The Footsteps Of Detroit’s Historical and Important Figures

Although not open to tourists, places near and dear to the hearts of Detroit founders are shrines to ingenuity.


WWJ Photo

Kem’s 3rd Album, “Intimacy,” Nearing Gold Status

Detroit’s own GRAMMY-nominated Motown Recording Artist KEM is nearing 500,000 sales and GOLD status with his third album, “Intimacy.”

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/18/2011

Motown Museum.

Final Respects Paid To Esther Gordy Edwards

Members of the public have been paying their final respects Tuesday to the late Esther Gordy Edwards in Detroit.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/30/2011