Detroit City News
November 30, 2018

Menorah in the D Celebrates its 8th Annual Lighting Ceremony

By: Molly Grace

The Detroit Menorah will be lit Sunday at the 8th annual Menorah in the D ceremony, marking the first night of Hanukkah. The event, held at Campus Martius Park, begins at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 2 with entertainment and…

Play Detroit
November 26, 2018

The 46th Annual Noel Night Celebration Just Got Bigger

By: Miranda Crace

The 46th annual Noel Night will be on Saturday, December 1, 2018, from 11 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. in the Cultural Center and 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. in Midtown. This year over 120 venues are participating to share in…

Live Detroit
November 20, 2018

Where to Find Dinner on Thanksgiving Day in Detroit

By: Lauren Hughes

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and as much as we love this food-centric holiday, cooking can be very time consuming. Luckily, several of the best restaurants in Detroit are having Thanksgiving dinner specials for one day only! On November…

Live Detroit
November 19, 2018

Shop Local, Shop in Detroit on Small Business Saturday

By: Tieanna Burton-Sharp

Not of fan of camping overnight to be the first in line for Black Friday deals? Do massive crowds of people pushing and shoving frighten you? Don’t worry, Small Business Saturday is a perfect opportunity to find unique holiday gifts…

Play Detroit
November 14, 2018

America’s Thanksgiving Parade Presented by Art Van: An Annual Detroit Tradition

By: Allison Saunders

Since 1924, the Thanksgiving Day parade has been an annual Detroit tradition that signals the start of the holiday season. The parade rolls down Woodward Avenue, featuring colorful balloons, larger-than-life floats and a visit from Santa Claus himself. If you’re…

Detroit City News
November 13, 2018

Downtown Detroit’s 15th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

By: Megan Kirk

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when thousands gather in downtown Detroit’s Campus Martius Park to rock around the Christmas tree for a tree lighting like no other. Come celebrate the start of the holiday season at the…

Live Detroit
October 29, 2018

6 of Detroit’s Infamously Haunted Buildings

By: Tieanna Burton-Sharp

Detroit’s darkest moments can still be felt in its structural bones established in 1701. With the high concentration of abandoned buildings in the Motor City, it’s not surprising many people encounter paranormal activity. What’s a good scary story without a…

Detroit City News
October 19, 2018

Ford Plans to Turn Historic Train Station into Haunted House for One Night

By: Megan Kirk

Michigan Central Station’s first train left in 1913, and the final train departed in 1988. Now, 30 years later, the train station has new owners and a new purpose. Ford Motor Co. purchased the former transportation hub in Corktown for…

Detroit City News
October 17, 2018

October Is College Application Month and Detroit High Schools Are Celebrating

By: Tieanna Burton-Sharp

The college admissions process can be tedious and intimidating. From choosing the right college to navigating the FAFSA application, awareness is key! That’s why the Detroit College Access Network(DCAN), a local organization of leaders and educators working together to ensure…