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Arthur “King Arthur” Johnson is a creative juggernaut. As a Detroit native, Arthur embodies the grit, hustle, and culture this city thrives on. Arthur has fought through an insurmountable amount of adversity which he’s detailed in his forthcoming book “8ight: Calling Of A Lost Soul.”  Now, he’s making waves...
Like you, we’re excited to laugh with the brightest comedians at Detroit Women of Comedy starts tomorrow. To warm up our bellies for the two-day nonstop laughs, we met with two of the event’s headline acts: Simply Shanell and T Barb. Just before they get on stage this May 20...
Nep Sidhu’s first solo exhibit in the U.S., “Paradox of Harmonics,” is on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) now until September 11, 2022. The Toronto-based artist dedicates the exhibit to his Sikh religion. Sidhu uses Afrofturist and Sikh practices to reveal how the power of sound...
The sights. The sounds. The experiences. There’s no place quite like San Juan, Puerto Rico. Our group of five arrived on the island after a late-afternoon flight from Detroit Metro Airport and catching a connecting flight out of New York’s JFK Airport. Once we had checked into our hotel: the Sheraton Puerto...
Growing up in Detroit and attending public schools until high school, Joshua Ashford knows the highs and lows of public education. He spent his time in school creating art and after graduating with a degree in Graphic Design he wanted to create a website for his artwork. He couldn’t...
Happy Small Business Month! Although it’s officially called “Small Business Week,” a week is simply not enough. Let’s take the small out because, no matter if it’s been two years or 20 years since you started your business, we are doing big business in 2022!  We have compiled 10 exceptional,...
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is responsible for a significant paradigm shift in the United States that led to the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, and national origin. This brought about equality for all. However, the fight for justice and against...
Syrena Webb knows first-hand that first-generation college students will succeed with the proper support because she herself is a shining example of dedication and hard work lifted up and guided by caring mentors. As Schoolcraft College’s on-site Campus Coach for Detroit Promise, she provides resources, guidance and assistance with...
Brian Nickson, known artistically as B. Nick, is a modern-day superstar artist from Detroit. Like many vested creatives, this Eastside-born acrylic artist started his artistic journey at five years old. Throughout his childhood, B. Nick attended many art programs and organizations in the city and worked on his craft. He...
“Detroit Dreams” is hitting the big screen this Sunday, May 1, 2022, at the Garden Theater in Detroit. Written and directed by Detroit entertainment executive and filmmaker Al Nuke in partnership with Lite Skin Productions, the two are highlighting and securing Detroit’s musical past, present, and future. “This movie really inspires...
Will Smith’s reaction to Chris Rock’s untimely joke at the Oscars brought even more light to a condition that many people may not have been aware of before — alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition that affects up to 6.8 million people in the U.S., according to National...
Some people think of the word vegan as just a food restriction. Vegan can also describe any product you consume. It simply has to be sourced from plants, cruelty-free, and safe for the environment. Regardless if you are a meat-eater, vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian, it’s important to think about the...
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