At 19, Porter Robinson has already placed himself on the fast track for a long stay in the music business. With the help of some heavyweights like Deadmau5, Robinson has already gained critical acclaim in the dance community.
We expect more, Detroit. We're better than the city the Nain Rouge wants us to be. Let's make sure he knows that on March 25.
Cass Café Gallery's current show is by M. Saffell Gardner and Tylonn J. Sawyer. These are two very different artists, and the Gallery highlights certain weaknesses of both artists by showing them together.
Peter Buffett seeks to leave his audience with an inspirational and rewarding experience that develops ideas for living a fulfilling life. I thought it would be helpful to talk to Peter to get a better idea about the show.
Over the years, the performance aspect in hip-hop has fallen to the wayside for the most part. Detroit's own Black Milk is one of the few that have successfully been able to bring back a solid live show to the hip-hop scene.
These are just a couple of the buildings that I love in the city of Detroit. I'm not an architect or engineer -- just a student, who has dreams to see this city live and breathe again.
Dia Frampton has always felt that she has been an organic person, someone who always reached out to her fans. Her hands-on approach to life extends directly to her music itself.
An amateur baker myself, I've often wondered how difficult it really was to make paczki. When I decided to give it a shot this year, over and over again people wished me luck. Look, I thought, I don't need "luck."
Whether you count yourself as a member of Detroit's revival community or you are burnt out, disgusted and sitting on the sidelines, it's time for us to dig in and push ourselves to the next level.
Certain art projects in Detroit are perhaps opening up an avenue for thinking about how we might actually go about making that other world the new social movements' slogans tell us is possible.
With all due respect to Chrysler's work, I am much more interested in a very different, very short film, "9 Businesses," a sincere celebration of our city's entrepreneurs, local business people who have dreams, ideas and discipline.
Rembrandt and Jesus. Jesus or Rembrandt? Which name headlines the marquee? Is it the world-renowned painter? Or does Jesus automatically trump everyone on the playing field because, after all, he is Jesus?
Detroit is ground zero for what an American city can look like as we adjust to no longer being the world's dominant economic power. And guess what? If that future contains the entrepreneurial efforts currently shaping Detroit, then we'll be fine.
This past year brought us great art exhibits, theatre, and music -- if you were in Detroit and could not find something to do, you had your eyes shut!
Growing up, it was tradition for my friends and family to go to Chinese food and a movie on Christmas Day due to everything else in town being closed. Young adults home for the holiday break were itching for something a bit more social.