'The Work of Our Hands: Black Women as Cornerstone of Culture’ Exhibit Featuring All Black Women Artists Opens At Scarab ClubThe Scarab Club Black History Month Exhibition 'The Work of Our Hands: Black Women as Cornerstone of Culture' features all Black Women Artists Kresge Artist Fellow Carl Wilson, curates a new art collection showcasing Detroit’s Black Women Artists at the Scarab Club
The New Detroit Historical Museum Exhibit Relives The Holiday Magic Of Hudson’s On WoodwardOpening on Thursday, November 18 at the Detroit Historical Museum, Hudson’s Holidays will bring back the memories and magic of Hudson’s in pop-up exhibitions throughout the museum, just in time for the holiday season. The exhibitions go through the end of January
Hot Sam's Clothing Store Celebrates 100 Years With A Black Wall Street Event Saturday July 10Hot Sam’s, the oldest men’s clothing store in downtown Detroit will officially celebrate its 100th Anniversary on July 10.
Former Detroit Teacher Leads Tours To Highlight Detroit's Hidden Black HistoryJamon Jordan, Educator, Historian, and Founder of the Black Scroll Network, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to discuss important periods in Detroit's hidden Black history.
The Historic Scarab Club Debuts "Souls Of Black Folk" Exhibition In Honor Of Black History MonthThe historic Scarab Club in Detroit's Cultural Center hosts the very first "Souls of Black Folk" Exhibition in honor of Black History Month
Grosse Pointe Park Appoints 1st African American To City CouncilGrosse Pointe Park appoints the first African American city council member.
Macomb County Teen Makes History, Being Youngest School Board MemberMacomb County teen makes history. Being the youngest person elected to the L'Anse Creuse School Board.
Wayne State History Students To Present Research At Detroit MuseumEarly Detroit's fur trade, psychics at the turn of the 19th century and a LGBTQ-led wildcat strike during the 1970s were planned topics for a student research showcase at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Group Defends Releasing Article On Henry Ford's Anti-Semitic ViewsA Detroit-area historical group is protesting a mayor's decision to stop it from sending out the latest issue of its publication, which delves into Ford Motor Co. founder Henry Ford's anti-Semitism.
New Detroit Historical Museum Exhibit Preserves City's Musical PastA new exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum has a jukebox salvaged from a former beauty shop and a stage from an old jazz venue.
New Plan Seeks To Link Detroit Cultural InstitutionsA new plan seeks to link nearly a dozen major institutions in Detroit. Design options will soon be revealed for a walk-able cultural campus in the heart of the city.
State Acquires The Historic United Sound Systems In DetroitIn an effort to preserve a key piece of Motown history, the music studio where stars such as Aretha Franklin and Miles Davis recorded has been bought by the state.
US Fertility Rate Below Level Needed To Replace PopulationA new government report is calling for Americans to make more babies. The report released Thursday found that fertility rates are at the lowest they've ever been since 1978.
Shipwreck Remains From 1878 Uncovered In Lake MichiganThe spine of what is believed to be a shipwreck from 1878 has emerged through the sand along Lake Michigan in western Michigan.
Officials Seek Input On Potential Marker For Detroit's Former Black Bottom NeighborhoodHistory officials are seeking public input on a potential marker for Detroit's former Black Bottom neighborhood.