Big Sean is continuing to leave his mark on Detroit, not only through his music but through his efforts to improve the lives of youth in the city and beyond.
“I’ve died more than once in my life. Some can spin plates on sticks, some can go around Pebble Beach at even par, but few have as many stamps in their afterlife passport as me. It’s a gift, I suppose, though not one I’d wish on anyone.”
Good Burger is a bare bones, fast food burger joint that is a great place to hit up between classes when you’re really hungry.
Barbie’s YouTube channel recently released a new ad that features little girls in the role of their dream job. It has reached over 14 million views, and the views keep growing.
In Detroit, the last days of October aren’t just reserved for Halloween, but something a little more special. Hundreds of anime fans and cosplayers swarmed Detroit’s riverfront on the last weekend of October for YoumaCon, the largest anime and gaming convention in Michigan.
The locomotive noise is familiar to fans of rock band Train, as it signals the beginning of their concerts, and the only thing that surpasses its volume is the roar of the audience itself.
Slow Roll Detroit draws thousands to its weekly bike rides that unite the city. Three of our Michigan Journal editors took to the streets on Oct. 26 to experience Detroit in a way like no other during the annual Halloween Slow Roll.
State Champs and The Wonder Years were in Detroit on Friday, Oct. 23. Check out a combined gallery of both bands’ performances.