“Wild Horses” follows a Black couple who faces a challenge while they’re camping.
"Noura” tells the story of an Iraqi American woman family after fleeing their Iraqi home.
Tour Detroit’s Black fraternities and sororities and learn about their contributions.
Nearly 7,500 returning citizens come home from incarceration in Wayne County each year.
Black women entrepreneurs face an uphill battle for business growth compared to men.
The Scarab Club hosts a memorial art exhibit for legendary Detroit artist Gilda Snowden.
Kresge Arts in Detroit's film series features artist fellows and local filmmakers.
Late DSO President Anne Parsons discusses the importance of Detroit's Orchestra Hall.
More than 37,000 Detroit homes need major repairs, but residents face financial barriers.
“Bad Axe” director David Siev talks about the creation and success of his documentary.
A Michigan perspective on the United States' role in and response to the Holocaust.
Can new legislation from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer helps solve the childcare crisis?
How does social media effect teens' mental health? Zion Williams searches for the answers.
The Detroit Public Theatre will open with a production of "Mud Row" at its new home.
Detroit singer Lolly Mariah performs two songs on “Detroit Performs: Live from Marygrove.”
The Fantazma Market is hosted every week at the Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation.
This exhibit coincides with Hocking’s “Detroit Stories” exhibit at Cranbrook Art Museum.
Visitors will find new renovations at the newly re-opened Belle Isle Nature Center.
Michigan voters share how they feel about absentee voting, abortion and the next governor.
COVID recovery, absenteeism, and investing in infrastructure: A look at DPSCD’s future.
Catch up on the latest news from Detroit with BridgeDetroit reporter Bryce Huffman.
New forms of media include podcasts, online coverage and citizen jouralists reporting.
The wall was installed to separate housing for whites from African American neighborhoods.