Look here and you'll see there’s a bounty of great green spaces and events cropping up all over Detroit as enthusiasts, resident farmers and volunteers are making Detroit a more attractive, healthier and safer place to play, work and live.
The Detroit Kennel Club comes to the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi on June 20-21, 2015. Perfect timing for us to share a rundown of what to do and where to stay in The D if you have pet in tow.
George N'Namdi, Midtown's resident art connoisseur (and president of the N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art) recommends the best spots for burritos, browsing and family fun.
Detroit's architecture is rich with history, encompassing glitzy art deco skyscrapers as well as fortress-like structures. If you want to do a basic building crawl on your own, click here to find out about the iconic addresses you must visit. Guided tour info included, too.
Yalla is a popular term originating from Arabic, meaning "Let's go," "Hurry up" or "Come on." Come with us on a journey of some of the best Middle Eastern dining options in metro Detroit.
“Roast is fantastic, and has the best dessert. Beer and Pretzels is Guinness ice cream with caramel foam and chocolate covered pretzels. So good!” – Bean S.
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Come face to face with more than 5,000 sea creatures including sharks, stingrays, jellyfish and seahorses. Located at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, you don't want to miss this wet ‘n’ wild attraction.
This historic house of worship is one of Hamtramck's most beautiful structures. Saint Florian Roman Catholic Church has been serving the Polish community in Detroit since 1907.
Check out our YouTube channel and capture a tour of the Motor City and some of its most prized possessions.
2015 Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau