A trip to Washington D.C. to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington didn’t go quite as planned for a group of Detroiters.
While America does love its movies about sexy bank robbers knocking off banks and street-racers smashing up cop cars, there’s still always an audience for a good patriotic movie. Whether it’s about the US of […]
The fact that it took this long for an active gay athlete playing in the four North American sports leagues to come out is maddening.
The Washington Post is reporting that Bobb, the former emergency financial manager for Detroit Public Schools, has taken discreet steps to explore a run for mayor in the nation’s capitol.
President Obama says civil rights icon Rosa Parks has taken her rightful place among those who have shaped the course of U.S. history.
On the cusp of his second term, President Barack Obama solemnly honored the nation’s fallen soldiers Sunday before taking the oath of office in an intimate White House ceremony, a swearing-in ritual he will repeat Monday morning.
Students at South Arbor Charter Academy in Ypsilanti will be watching the Scripps National Spelling Bee on ESPN this morning – hoping their classmate can leave the competition spellbound.
An oil painting created by a local high school student is headed to Washington, DC. to be placed on display.
Over 700 Metro Detroiters plan to spend the week in Washington to right what they feel is an economic imbalance that’s put people out of work.
The trucks arrived in Detroit around 6 Saturday morning to transform Joe Louis Arena into the largest gospel stage in Michigan. Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound gospel competition was finally here in Detroit.