Detroit City News
April 29, 2021

Detroit’s Historic Broadway Avenue

By: ANNA ROBB

Manhattan, Nashville, Chicago, and Detroit. While these cities are spread across the United States, they have one thing in common. Broadway. Though the word simply means, “a large open or main road,” the term has come to represent much more.…

Detroit City News
April 20, 2021

The Hudson Site Development: Spring 2021 Update

By: Jeff Brown

Have you seen this— have you heard about this?? The Hudson Site in Detroit is rising out of the ground. —Hey I’ve heard about buildings being haunted, but wow! In the fall of 2017, Bedrock Detroit broke ground on the city’s largest…

Detroit City News
April 16, 2021

Capitol Park: A [Somewhat] Brief History 

By: Jeff Brown

The city of Detroit has a lot of great places where you can enjoy the outdoors, go shopping, and dine all in one outing but none is more well-known than the triangle-shaped, one-block district just west of Lower Woodward. I’m…

Live Detroit
April 8, 2021

The Rocket Community Fund: Housing Investments

By: Jeff Brown

If you’ve tuned into the news (or social media) these last couple weeks, you probably heard about the Rocket Community Fund and a huge philanthropic investment in Detroit. But who are they, what do they do, and why do they…

Detroit City News
March 24, 2021

Spring In Detroit

By: ANNA ROBB

Spring In Detroit If you visited the city in the past year, you probably noticed how quiet it felt. With the pandemic shutting down many of the restaurants, and people being urged to stay in their houses, the energy of…

Detroit City News
March 18, 2021

5 Downtown “Grand” Openings Since COVID-19

By: Jeff Brown

Last week marked one year since the Coronavirus Pandemic began. Although many life occasions and events were postponed or canceled altogether, downtown Detroit witnessed a series of quiet openings that otherwise would have been met with fanfare. Here are five…

Detroit City News
March 9, 2021

The 5 Major Food Groups: Detroit’s Best

By: Jeff Brown

Adjacent to Canada, world-class universities, and automakers known across the globe, Detroit’s culinary landscape is a testament to its international influencers. In my eight years in Detroit, I have tried dozens (hundreds?) of restaurants in the city. Here are my…

Work Detroit
February 23, 2021

The Tech Hub of The Midwest

By: Jeff Brown

In the last few years, I’ve heard a lot about how Detroit is fast becoming the ‘Tech Hub of the Midwest.’ While it’s nice that people are taking notice, it’s sort of old news. Like century-old news. Since the late…

Play Detroit
February 14, 2021

Detroit Is for Lovers

By: Jeff Brown

When it comes to leisure, what is most important to you? New experiences? Old pastimes? Detroit’s cultural landscape is over 300 years old and we have the institutions to show for it. Our city has something for everyone and even…