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.
Missing Disney Film Which Predates Mickey Mouse Resurfaces In JapanA 1928 Disney animation, which predates the creation of Mickey Mouse, has been unearthed in Japan, according to Japanese media.
The History Of Black FridayChances are, you or someone you know is getting ready to shop on Black Friday.
Report: The Worst Year To Be Human Was A.D. 536It's easy to look back on the past through rose-tinted glasses, as the saying goes, but new research suggests that the mid-sixth century was definitely a time to forget.
Police Killings Of 3 Black Men Left A Mark On Detroit's History More Than 50 Years AgoPolice routinely used violent force against blacks in the U.S. before the 1940s, primarily as a means of preserving segregation in cities.
Police Killings Of 3 Black Men Left A Mark On Detroit's History More Than 50 Years AgoPolice routinely used violent force against blacks in the U.S. before the 1940s, primarily as a means of preserving segregation in cities.