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Located north of Windsor, Ontario, Detroit is the only major U.S. city that looks south to Canada. In the 1940s, blues artist John Lee Hooker became a long-term resident. Hooker, among other important blues musicians, migrated from his home in Mississippi bringing the Delta Blues to northern cities like Detroit. Berry Gordy, Jr. founded Motown Records which rose to prominence during the 1960s and early 1970s.

Population: 912062
Local Newspapers: Detroit Free Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions (NFL) Detroit Pistons (NBA) Detroit Red Wings (NHL) Detroit Tigers (MLB)
Local Colleges: Wayne State University University of Detroit Mercy

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Mario Moore's work featured in Detroit Institute of Arts '1967 Detroit Rebellion' exhibition

October 22, 2017, 34 paintings, sculptures and photographs will be showcased from artists who worked in the 1960s and 1970s. The gap will also be bridged with work from modern artists whose work is inspired by The Civil Rights Movement, such as featured painter Mario Moore.

Tony Hawk is bringing an art installation and skate park to downtown Detroit

Hawk is no stranger to Detroit; the iconic pro skateboarder has become a regular face in the city's skate scene and last year purchased a 120 year old house in the Woodbridge neighborhood . He now seems to be going even further to cultivate skateboarding in the city with the Wayfinding Skate Park.

Shipping container food hall coming to Detroit

The 11,000-square foot hall will be on Peterboro Street, near restaurants The Peterboro and 8 Degrees Plato Detroit. The shipping container food hall will feature five upscale street-food vendors: Brujo Tacos and Tapas; COOP; Monty's Been Company, Detroit Dog Co.

2017 Outdoor Summer Series Welcomes The Detroit PuppetSLAM

The 2017 Outdoor Summer Series goes out with a BANG with The Detroit PuppetSLAM! On Friday, July 28 at 8:00pm, 2221 Carpenter St, Detroit MI 48212. CMAP closes an event filled summer performance series, with an entourage of local and national theatrical artists and puppeteers who'll bring exemplary and exploratory new works and works in progress to CMAP, for a lively one-night-only production.

Childhood memories from Detroit 1967: 'It was war'

Her mother was wary of giving her chocolate for fear that she might sully the spotless garment. On Easter morning, as her family went to church, Thompkins' mother stashed the treats in her purse.

Racial tensions that led to 1967 Detroit riot were felt in several Michigan cities

On July 23, 1967, a police raid at an unlicensed bar at the corner of 12th Street in Detroit erupted into a five-day civil disturbance that ended with 43 people dead, 1,189 injured, more than 7,200 arrests and hundreds of millions of dollars in damages. The riot in Detroit was the largest in a series of civil disorders that broke out during the "long hot summer" of 1967, when simmering racial tensions and frustration erupted into protests, demonstrations and disturbances of varying sizes in more than 120 cities nationwide.

Dierks Bentley wants to have a drink with you

Dierks Bentley wants to have a drink with you The country singer, headlining this weekend's Faster Horses festival, sees himself as a 'crazy bartender'-type perfomer Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/2vEpVl7 Dierks Bentley performs during the 2015 "Kick The Dust Up" tour stop at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on October 31, 2015. Dierks Bentley took the 4th of July off this year.

Artist Spotlight: Empty Houses

Artist Spotlight: Empty Houses The soul-pop trio plays Sunday at El Club's Waking Windows festival Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/2uAM9Y9 This trio plays stripped-down pop music that is polished and emotional with elements of soul and indie rock. It's a mature departure from Mercer and Mackinder's previous project, the popular pop/punk/emo band Fireworks.

The Church of Scientology is coming to downtown Detroit

The Church of Scientology is planning to join in on downtown Detroit's renaissance and has announced that it will renovate the former Standard Savings & Loan building at Griswold and Jefferson to create the official Church of Scientology of Detroit. Crain's reports the Church recently obtained a permit for $8 million worth of work to be done to the building.

Body found in barrel at vacant Detroit home is missing U.S. Marine

The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office on Wednesday confirmed the body of a man found in a trash barrel in the garaged of a vacant Detroit home is 39-year-old Douglas "Chef" Calhoun. "A cause of death has not been determined," Lisa Croff, a spokeswoman for the Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office said Wednesday.

Celebrate Detroit's birthday with 'Raise the Flag Fest' this weekend

If patriotism were a concept that could apply to a municipality, Detroit native Ali Thrower would have it in spades. On any given day, you can find the 42-year-old repping his city through the Detroit flag screen printed on his tee shirt or - in the winter - embroidered on his beanie.

'Detroiters' TV show the talk of Avery St.

But an online message board has seen some residents of late reportedly blasting the show for inconveniencing them during filming.

Beverly Buchanan's Shack Sculptures Feel at Home in Detroit

Due in part to its protracted economic siege state, for many decades, Detroit sat largely outside the realm of art world conversations. Aside from the Cass Corridor artists of the early 1970s, there has not been a major contemporary art movement to emerge from Detroit.

Carvana Puts the Pedal to the Metal in the Motor City with Detroit Launch

Carvana is giving the Motor City a new way to buy a car: by ditching the dealership altogether. Starting today, Detroit area residents can search through the 7,000+ vehicle inventory on Carvana.com, finance, purchase and schedule home delivery of their vehicle as soon as the next day.

Exclusive boat tour on the Detroit River

Once again, friends and supporters of the MotorCities National Heritage Area Partnership will gather to celebrate the Detroit River's impact on automotive and labor history. Their second annual Motor Boats & Motor Cars event is set for July 19, 2017, with festivities beginning at 5 p.m. at The Rattlesnake Club.

Community Health Fair Tuesday in Detroit

Central City Integrated Health has again partnered with several major agencies in the Detroit community to offer free, comprehensive health screening and related educational services to the public. The event will take place on Tuesday, July 18th, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. in Shed 3 of the Eastern Market.

A glimpse of the Detroit's hippie art community in 1967

A window at the Detroit Committee to End the War in Vietnam offices broken by Breakthrough, a right-wing, violent group. Circa 1966.

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