why artists are finding a creative haven in detroit
The city's sense of space and diverse art scene has been idyllic for artists like Kearra Amaya Gopee and Pamela Council.
yoshi flower's 'american raver' is the pledge of allegiance gone goth
The Detroit-raised artist talks Lana Del Rey, the Republican Party, and the nostalgic value of Ford Motors.
photographer bolade banjo captures a different side to detroit
"They think Brighter than you Shine" is a visual journey of a city whose world-changing creativity is often ignored.
john boyega draws parallels between racism in America and the UK
As Kathryn Bigelow’s "Detroit" lands in theaters, John Boyega discusses his approach to acting and why he has no time for clickbait political commentary.
the 10 best films to see in the rest of 2017
Including plots on the 1967 Detroit riots, an aspiring kid rapper, and depicting a teenager's first queer romance, the best has yet to come this year.
watch the trailer for kathryn bigelow’s astonishingly relevant ‘detroit’
The August 4 premiere marks the 50th anniversary of the Detroit riots.
how erykah badu is helping fight sexual assault in detroit
After dedicating proceeds from her Detroit show’s ticket sales to fund rape kit tests, the neo-soul singer has pledged that all her future concerts will benefit the initiative, too.
the photographer celebrating detroit’s rebirth
Photographer Ben Burgess is trying to change the way the world sees Detroit, while navigating the tricky task of presenting a community he doesn't actually belong to.
detroit’s techno culture is getting a museum exhibition in london
'Detroit: Techno City' charts the genre's timeline through the 70s, 80s, and early 90s.
zelooperz, the björk-loving rapper redefining detroit's sound
Get to know the Danny Brown disciple taking cues from punk rock, abstract art, and the Icelandic mother of electronica.
this visionary poet won a free house in detroit
A year after winning a free house, forever, through Detroit’s 'Write A House' program, poet Casey Rocheteau reflects on how her life has changed.
new york, i love you, but it’s time to move to detroit
Is Detroit really the creative paradise you’ve heard it is? Can you truly live in a mansion for less rent than a shoebox-sized Brooklyn studio? One ex-New Yorker makes her case for Motor City.