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Thanks to The Children’s Center, BLAC was invited to participate in a Detroit Auto Show Charity Preview after-party for a good cause. It was a night to remember for this first time Charity Preview attendee.  After close to a 3 year hiatus, nearly 600 guests gathered at Ford Field in...
Detroit Black Wall Street festival was back for 2022, bigger and better than ever. The event, in it's second year, is meant to be a celebration and acknowledgement of the great feat of black business communities across America by honoring the history of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, OK...
313 Day
To celebrate 313 Day, we swung by a few classic Detroit spots, from the city's oldest jazz club to a royal riverboat.
Bowling alleys have officially reopened, and on Oct. 23, we caught up with the folks at the Garden Bowl in Detroit enjoying some good old-fashioned Friday night fun.
Riverside Skatepark
On a particularly crisp August afternoon, we caught up with folks hanging out at Riverside Skatepark in Detroit.
On Sunday, July 19, we caught up with folks bathing in some morning glory on the RiverWalk in Detroit.
Belle Isle
After months of sheltering in place and weeks of tumult, we caught up with people out and about and enjoying a sunshiny evening on Belle Isle on Tuesday, June 16.
Father's Day
We asked our social media friends to send in their favorite pictures with their dads, and you guys delivered.
To close the Frankenmuth Rink at Campus Martius for the season and usher in spring, guests showed up March 6-8 ready to ice skate and party, silent disco-style.
The Dirty Show
The Dirty Show returned to the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit two weekends in a row to deliver the area’s largest erotic art exhibition.
DIA gala
On Saturday, Nov. 9, the DIA invited elegantly dressed guests to its annual fundraising gala celebration.
wright gala
Detroit’s most prominent African Americans were honored on Oct. 5 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History’s signature fundraiser.