The Bears FINALLY give the people what they want — Mitch Trubisky
Cubs reliever Carl Edwards Jr. had a lil something for the Nationals’ Bryce Harper
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Despite living away from my native Detroit for nearly a decade and a half, I stay connected to the city through frequent visits to my immediate family and through friends on social media. As of late, I’ve heard quite a few mixed-to-negative feelings about the upcoming DETROIT film from native Detroiters, so my first goal when touching down at Detroit Metro Airport on a paid press junket for the film was to figure out why so many people are taking umbrage.
Detroit – The Table of 10 is excited to present its first big event, a collaborative bridal brunch. Brides, Brunch & Bubbly will take place Sunday, March 19 from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the Rochester Community House, 816 Ludlow Avenue in Rochester. This inspiring and educational brunch targets low, medium and high end brides and allows couples to learn and engage with wedding industry vendors in a warm yet exciting environment, and under one roof.
Molly Brazy is making a name for herself, but not the way she intended to.
Fox News Detroit reports that police are now investigating the Detroit rapper after a video surfaced showing her pointing a gun at a toddler. The video shows the little girl playing with the pistol before she throws it at the 18-year old rapper, and Brazy reacted by picking it up and pointing it at the child.
The February 10 death of Little Caesars founder Mike Ilitch prompted his hometown of Detroit to reflect on the important philanthropic efforts he made to the community, WXYZ reports.
Mike Hager, a Detroit business owner and former Iraq war contractor, voiced severe devastation after finding out that his 75-year-old mother died within 24 hours of being denied entry into America, WJBK-TV reports.
“She would have been sitting right here next to me. She’s gone because of him,” Hager said in reference to President Trump.
Local comedian and entertainment virtuoso Karen Addison has officially opened the doors to The Griot, an intimate music-listening lounge set in the eclectic and cultural area of midtown Detroit. The lounge is co-owned with her husband Scott Boswell and business partner Jonathan Taylor. Offering a down-to-earth, casual experience, The Griot plays full catalogs of vinyl of blues, jazz, R&B, rap, rock and more.
The Michigan Chronicle is proud to announce the 40 under 40 honorees for 2017. For the past five years, the Michigan Chronicle has recognized 40 of southeastern Michigan’s best and brightest young professionals under the age of 40. Those chosen have exhibited outstanding achievement, great vision, and strong leadership in their respected professions.
This week I was asked, “Is menopause making me crazy?” Yes, I used the “C” word, because that was the question, but also because of the context. The question wasn’t asked by a person with mental illness, which I would never refer to as “crazy”. It was posed by a woman who was struggling to understand all of the symptoms she was going through, and used a term that many can relate to.
Detroit native Myya D. Jones isn’t letting her age stop her from living out her dream of being mayor of her hometown.