Arts Stories & Interviews

Try not to get offended if you attend Tony Rave’s ‘Michael Jesus Crisis’ exhibit in Ferndale

The Detroit artist paints Jesus Christ and angels in blackface, but there’s more to question underneath the surface

By Randiah Camille Green

Sometimes it seems as if racial tension fueled by stereotypes is by design. The very words “black” and “white” are polar opposites contrasting darkness and evil with angelic purity...

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All the sultry people we saw at the Corktown Cabaret

The  "Corktown Cabaret: At Long Last" event took over the Trumbull and Porter Hotel on Saturday night. The pre-show to the pre-show…

By Josh Justice

All the sultry people we saw at the Corktown Cabaret
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Everything we saw at the Michigan Renaissance Festival 2022

Even the rain couldn't stop Michiganders showing up to the Michigan Renaissance Festivals. From archery and knights to fire performers and damsels,…

By Viola Klocko

Everything we saw at the Michigan Renaissance Festival 2022
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Things Detroit does better than other cities, according to Reddit

We love a good Reddit trend, and one of the latest to pop up has been users sharing things they believe their…

By Alex Washington

“Coney dogs. You can’t get them where I live.” —Triposer
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A tour inside Detroit’s Masonic Temple, the largest in the world

This month marks 100 years since the first cornerstone was laid for Detroit’s majestic Masonic Temple, a hulking building at the corner…

By se7enfifteen

A tour inside Detroit’s Masonic Temple, the largest in the world
75 slides

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September 21, 2022

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