A round-up of some Detroit-located activities to do in springtime.
In honor of Women’s History Month, here is a list compiled of some of the most inspirational and impactful artists that had their start right here in metro Detroit.
The Marvel blockbuster Black Panther came into theaters last weekend with record-breaking numbers. However, this film defies the standard superhero movie that comes with hyper-masculine white male leads. The latest installment provides the most diverse superhero movie and succeeds on every level.
Sarah Kayed has been writing poetry from an early age and has recently decided to compile her poems and publish her first poetry book titled “The Way the Sun Sets” in December 2017.
The annual Meridian Winter Blast returns to Detroit this year. The festival in Campus Martius Park runs from Friday, Jan. 26 - Sunday, Jan. 28. The event features various activities for the whole family to enjoy, including skiing and zip lining, a variety of food trucks and live entertainment featuring Detroit artists and DJs from the Movement Festival.
Emagine Theater is giving discounted tickets to Wayne State students and staff. At any Metro Detroit Emagine Theater, students and staff can show their Wayne State OneCard to receive one movie ticket and a free small popcorn.
Actress Beanie Feldstein opens up about her experience on the set of "Lady Bird" where she plays a chubby loyal friend opposite leading lady Saoirse Ronan.
With each step planned to compliment the next, the members of the Mafia Dance Team at Wayne State University look towards their future impact on Detroit
Nonsense Night is a randomly occurring monthly event held at Tangent Gallery, while there are themes – some more eclectic than others – the night is more about community.
One of the closest apple orchards to campus is Apple Charlie's Orchard and Cider Mill, a spot to grab fresh cider, go on a hayride or feed some barnyard animals.
The annual event allows pedestrians a chance to use the streets without cars, and will run from noon to 5 p.m. on Oct. 1 along Michigan Avenue and Vernor Highway.
Labor Day weekend marks the start of the 38th annual Detroit Jazz Festival, offering festival goers a variety of jazz music performed by local and international musicians.
In just over a year, El Club, located in southwest Detroit, has made a name for itself as an all ages artist venue and continues to expand its reach with a remodeling of an adjacent building into The Vernor Cafe.
TechTown, the innovation hub located just north of campus, is providing a monthly pop up shop for local businesses to get their feet wet.
Senior graphic design students revealed their projects centered on the theme of journey, place and self-exploration. The show runs May 6-7 at the Baltimore Gallery.
Mac DeMarco tackles the essentials like regret, love and daddy issues with surprisingly grown-up candor on his latest album “This Old Dog.”
“Heaven Was Detroit,” published by the Wayne State University Press, features essays from different writers about their experiences with Detroit’s music scene.