All the mural magic we saw at Detroit's inaugural BLKOUT Walls mural festival

The inaugural Black-produced BLKOUT Walls Festival turned the spotlight on Black muralists, as well as the limited racial diversity and lack of sustainable…

By Metro Times Staff

All the mural magic we saw at Detroit's inaugural BLKOUT Walls mural festival
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The Detroit area’s best restaurants in 2020, according to our readers

The results are in for the 2020 Best of Detroit reader's poll and our readers didn't hold back from letting us know…

By Metro Times Staff

The Detroit area’s best restaurants in 2020, according to our readers
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35 essential Latino-owned restaurants in Detroit you should have tried by now

We have four words for you: SUPPORT LATINO-OWNED BUSINESSES. We're not sorry for yelling because those of us who live here know…

By Metro Times Staff

El Rancho Restaurant
    5900 Vernor Hwy, Detroit; 313-843-2151; elranchomexrest.com
    El Rancho Mexican Restaurant opened in 1983, offering traditional Mexican cuisine via family recipes, some of which are secret.
    Photo by Juan Carlos Dueweke-Perez of Featherstone
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30 essential Detroit area sandwich shops you should have tried by now

Let's be real: We've never met a sandwich we didn't like. In fact, our personal nutritional pyramid is made up of 65%…

By Metro Times Staff

Ernie’s Market
    8500 Capital St., Oak Park; 248-541-9703; erniessandwichshop.com
    Ernie’s is known for its large, unique sandwiches — and for Ernie, a shopkeep with a propensity for saying, “Baby!” You can put a number of toppings on them, and choose from a wide variety of sides. The local business has been serving the community for years.
    Photo via Ernie’s Market / Facebook
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20 Michigan-based restaurant chains that are actually good

Michigan sometimes feels inundated with chain restaurants, but that doesn't have to be a bad thing. Not all chains are bad, and…

By Metro Times Staff

 Halo Burger 
    Halo Burger, which originated in Flint, is one of the oldest hamburger chains in the country. If you’ve ever wondered where the “deluxe burger” came from, Halo Burger is the creative mind behind it. The chain uses 100 percent fresh, never-frozen beef accompanied by other ingredients for the signature taste.
    
    Photo via  Halo Hamburger / Facebook
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Everyone we saw at the Chromatics show at the Majestic

Portland electropop outfit Chromatics paid a visit to the Majestic Theater — the band's first Detroit appearance — as part of its…

By Metro Times Staff

Everyone we saw at the Chromatics show at the Majestic
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All the folks we saw at the Hozier show at the Fillmore

Hozier brought his soulful voice to the Fillmore on Tuesday. The stop was part of a tour in support of the Irish…

By Metro Times Staff

All the folks we saw at the Hozier show at the Fillmore
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Everyone we saw at FIDLAR at the Majestic Theatre

Los Angeles skate-punk foursome FIDLAR took to the Majestic Theatre stage on Sept. 11 to serve up some crowd-surfing magic. Photos by…

By Metro Times Staff

Everyone we saw at FIDLAR at the Majestic Theatre
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Everyone we saw at the Melvins sold-out show at El Club

Underground rock icons the Melvins played to a sold-out crowd at El Club Friday, August 3. All photos by Kate de Fuccio.

By Metro Times Staff

Everyone we saw at the Melvins sold-out show at El Club
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25 ghoulish photos of Rob Zombie at DTE Energy Theatre

Rob Zombie brought a slice of hell to DTE Energy Music Theatre Wednesday night with fellow demonic rocker Marilyn Manson as part…

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25 ghoulish photos of Rob Zombie at DTE Energy Theatre
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There was plenty of 'Shame' to go around at Marble Bar this weekend

British post-punk band Shame gave a high-energy performance at Marble Bar on Sunday, July 8 in support of their debut record Songs of…

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There was plenty of 'Shame' to go around at Marble Bar this weekend
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60 photos from Dr. Dog at the Majestic

Philadelphia-based indie pysch outfit Dr. Dog performed at the Majestic Theatre on Friday, May 4 in support of their tenth album Critical Equation.…

By Metro Times Staff

60 photos from Dr. Dog at the Majestic
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Metro Detroit’s best bars and clubs of 2018, as chosen by our readers

The results are in for the 2018 Best of Detroit reader's poll and you, the readers, didn't hold back from letting us…

By Metro Times Staff

Best Rock Club 
     Saint Andrew’s Hall  
    431 E. Congress St., Detroit; 313-961-8961;  saintandrewsdetroit.com
    Photo via MT File
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A selection of Detroit podcasts to keep you company this winter

Winter in Michigan can be isolating. It's cold, it's dark, it's snowy, it's icy. Just leaving the house is a chore. So,…

By Metro Times Staff

 V to V   
    From sex toys to douching, hosts Laura Khalil and Anne Marie Sumner have unfiltered discussions on the taboo topics women often have behind closed doors. The bi-weekly podcast was curated in the Podcast Detroit studio in Feb. 2017, with their episodes ranging from one to two hours — perfect for those prolonged winter commutes. The female-centered approach tackles sexual empowerment, intra-women relationships, and owning the workplace while reclaiming the word “bossy.” 
     Photo via PodcastDetroit.com
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10 new works by Detroit pop artist Davin Brainard

For lovers of charming yet provocative paintings, the first look at TIMESTEREO artist Davin Brainard’s new, large steamy vignettes is like tall,…

By Metro Times Staff

Davin Brainard: New Works - "SHINY SHINY"
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97 of the best things we saw at the Greek Independence Day Parade

Photos from the 15th Annual Detroit Greek Independence Day Parade on April 17, 2016.

By Metro Times Staff

97 of the best things we saw at the Greek Independence Day Parade
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