Turkeys, snowmen were among the costumes in the Turkey Trot. Thousands line Woodward for the 86th annual parade.
The Detroit Artists Market has been around for 80 years and it helps not only the artists but collectors and the community. Karen Carter visited the gallery and talked with Director Nancy Sizer about how they’ve been important to the creative industry of Detroit.
National outdoor retailer Moosejaw is opening a temporary pop-up shop on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit just in time for the Christmas shopping season.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he’s ready to start funding a light rail passenger line and fast bus lines in the Detroit area if state and regional officials can finally work together on ending the metro area’s status as the nation’s largest without mass transit.
A proposed passenger rail system running from downtown Detroit to the city’s New Center area won’t get a $25 million grant that supporters were seeking, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said.
A popular breakfast spot in downtown Detroit–once shut down–has reopened under a new name and ownership.
Dozens of people carried picket signs on 9 Mile and Woodward roads protesting corporate greed and saying they want more oversight of Wall Street and the banks.
Although we’re still three days away from the “official” start to this year’s Dream Cruise, some of the classic cars can already be spotted out along Woodward Avenue.
A dangerous situation in Highland Park Thursday, as bricks fell to the ground from a six-story building along Woodward Ave.
Forty thousand people walked along Woodward Avenue, near Comerica Park, raising money to fight breast cancer for the 20th annual Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure.