Detroit’s Populux Nightclub was bouncing Jan. 29 as The Werks and funk band BIG Something took the stage, making Detroit their third stop on their Inside a Dream album release tour.
Five waves of destruction hit the planet earth. Miranda reviews the recently film adaptation of the new dystopian novel “The 5th Wave”.
Who knew that one email could change your life? Amber writes about her introduction to concert photography and her first concert coverage experience as a novice reporter.
Copy editor Jenna Wos puts a new twist on a children’s song, focusing on farming and the treatment of animals.
When I travel down Michigan Avenue’s brick-paved road, it signals one thing — Corktown Detroit — home to popular restaurants like Slows Bar BBQ, Gold Cash Gold, and Bobcat Bonnie’s. But this weekend I was due for a treat meal and my heart, and stomach, were set on Mercury Burger Bar.
If you like fun rap and hip-hop and can get over the language barrier, then BTS is the group for you.
On Jan. 22, DJ Carnage tore up the Royal Oak Music Theatre. Check out a show photo gallery and review by photographer Demetrio Nasol.
Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters isn’t your typical quaint, local cafe on the corner. Throughout the course of a night, DOCR will serve a couple hundred Detroit locals and coffee and music enthusiasts delivering an evening of music with a lavish latte and a freshly baked dessert.
Muse brought their Drones World Tour to Detroit. Check out a review and photo gallery from the show by Arts and Entertainment editor Amber Ainsworth.