This week’s lineup of events will take you through all of the highlights of the Detroit music scene, with classic rock ‘n’ roll, non-stop techno, and a revisited annual music festival.
Memorial Day is almost upon us. The holiday marks the beginning of the summer season, and as such, it’s also the beginning of summer vacation for many.
Metro Detroiters will see a mix of sun and rain the remainder of the weekend — if you’ve got a few flower bulbs you want to get in the ground, Sunday morning could be just right for planting.
After thermometers across the state flirted with the 100 mark Thursday, a weekend forecast with temps in the mid to low 90s doesn’t seem so bad.
Monday through Friday isn’t enough for one automaker. One group of Chrysler employees are working on the weekend. They’ve been doing it for the past six months and its all about creating jobs.
Over 250 new recreation vehicles are on display, including campers, motor homes, travel trailers, truck campers, toy haulers and fifth-wheel travel trailers.
We should get a break from the major cold we’ve been experiencing lately, although we’ll get some light snow, the temperatures will be steadily rising.
The cold snap is supposed to linger all weekend with lows at night in the single digits and the highs only in the teens.
In case you still haven’t done so, this past weekend, you should have turned your clocks back one hour.
A marketing program for Detroit is asking people to “Dig Downtown.” Organizers on Friday kicked off Dig Downtown Week with an event at Detroit’s Eastern Market. Activities run Saturday through Oct. 24.