Detroit Historical Museum To Showcase Comic Book Remembering Michigan's First Pride MarchDetroit's first-ever Pride march is being remembered in a new exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Two Detroit Museums Offering Free Detroit Pistons Tickets To Visitors In New PartnershipThe Charles H. Wright Museum and the Detroit Historical Society have partnered with the Detroit Pistons to help promote residents to visit the two museums.
Detroit Historical Society To Begin Centennial Celebrations With Virtual Press Conference On June 22For 100 years, The Detroit Historical Society has encouraged historical scholarship, preservation, and education, and the anniversary celebrations will begin with a virtual press conference.
Detroit Historical Society Seeks Stories For Oral History CollectionsThe Detroit Historical Society is looking for stories from people around the metro Detroit area for its oral history collections.
Michigan Matters: Corporate Inclusion, Detroit’s History and Celebrating a Media Pioneer Who Left Too SoonA look at The Valuable 500- a global initiative to help the disabled as DTE’s CEO explains why they are involved. Black History Month continues, and leaders of WGPR-TV Historical Society talk about the first black-owned station being designated a national historic location.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Orgs Making An Impact Across Metro Detroit"Michigan Matters" highlights four organizations making a difference.
Best Ways To Learn About Presidential And American History In DetroitPresidents Day is a time to celebrate patriotism and reflect upon the history of America and its presidents.
Black Tie Gala To Be Held Saturday At Historic Packard PlantIt's a first for the old Packard Plant: men in black tie and women dressed to the nines.
Detroit 1967 Project: Historical Society Wants To Hear Your Story About Riots, Unrest In CityDo you have a story to tell about where you were and what you were doing 48 years ago during the unrest that started on July 23, 1967?
Detroit Nonprofit Working To Save City's Jazz HistoryOnce a great jazz venue, the Graystone Ballroom, hosted popular artists like Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald.
Lions' Caldwell Honored As Team's First African-American CoachThe Detroit Historical Society's Black Historic sites committee recognized Caldwell and four others Friday evening for being African American "firsts" in their fields of endeavor.
Detroit Historical Museum Exhibit Honors WGPR, First Black-Owned TV StationDetroit Historical Society has installed an exhibit at the Community Gallery of the Detroit Historical Museum telling the story of WGPR-TV.
Public Input Sought For New Detroit Historical Museum ExhibitThe public has until Friday, August 30 to share their thoughts on Detroit's most celebrated building.
Detroit Historical Society Gets $500,000 GrantThe Ford Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant to the Detroit Historical Society as part of the society's $20.1 million fundraising effort.
Detroit Historical Museum Kicks Off Summer Film SeriesSummer is here and the Detroit Historical Society is bringing back the most popular films from its monthly film series.