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.
When summer rolls around, there's no better way to beat the heat than to go with spoon in hand and eat some ice cream. Here's the scoop on metro Detroit's top parlors, bakeries and bars that are making and/or servicing ice cream in refreshing fashion.
The Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix is a Detroit staple, a spectacle of loud engines and fast-spinning wheels. For 2014, the weekend racing event promises even more on- and off-track antics for drivers and spectators.
When touring the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, remember you’re covering 60 rooms spread over 30,000 square feet of space.
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The Detroit Institute of Arts’ 1,200-seat theater offers up 2015 Academy Award nominated short films throughout February, plus an ongoing stellar winter lineup.
Take a sweet tour and see how Detroit’s famous Sanders and Morley chocolates and treats are made. Tours (and samples!) are free Mon.-Fri.
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