Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addressed the State of Michigan after a plan to kidnap her and other Michigan government officials was thwarted by state and federal law enforcement agencies. She started by saying thank you to law enforcement and FBI agents who participated in stopping this [...]
Highlights From the 2019 Municipal Elections: A Look at Openly LGBTQ Winners Jason Hoskins, Mike McFall, Garnet Lewis
Jason Hoskins: “My best intern was my mom.” “I’m so honored that Southfield voters decided to put their trust in me,” said Jason Hoskins, who was elected to City Council Nov. 5. Hoskins already [...]
Begun in 1999 by transgender activist and author Gwendolyn Ann Smith, the Transgender Day of Remembrance is a solemn reminder every Nov. 20 of the continuing violence against the transgender community. And it's certainly still [...]
Last month a judge ordered former Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon to stand trial on charges related to the Larry Nassar sexual misconduct case. Simon faces two felony and two misdemeanor charges [...]
With fewer than two months left until the winter holidays, gift-giving, and subsequently gift-shopping, season is in full swing. However, as magical as it can be to find the perfect gift for a loved one or to receive a longtime wishlist item, sometimes the holidays run the risk of transforming into a purely material exchange.
Shopping for the holidays is an annual tradition that for most, whether they love or hate it, starts in November and lasts all the way through the end of December. But even if it's a necessity, it's not always easy to find the items on everyone's wishlist.
The Detroit rendition of Handel's "Messiah" is a unique jazz-infused version of the holiday classic that this year will return to the Detroit Opera House on Dec. 14 at 7;30 p.m. "This soul stirring, toe-tapping [...]
On Nov. 22 fans of dance can see the group that the L.A. Times called "One of the most talked-about companies nationwide," Bodytraffic. Described as "virtuosic, stylized, confident, with a diverse repertoire of some of [...]
This all-ages show features the classic Emmy and Peabody Award-winning Peanuts characters that families know and love live on stage. The show is also set to the classic music of Vince Guaraldi. Tickets start at [...]
This Christmas sequel follows the box office smash hit “Girls Night: The Musical.” Playing at Detroit’s City Theatre from Thursday, Dec. 5, through Sunday, Dec. 8, it features the original five leading ladies who all [...]
Like one would expect, Asherah Serpentine Productions' upcoming evening of burlesque, belly dance and opera is set to be an intimate night of cabaret. But what audiences might not realize is that the show is [...]
An event sponsored by Between The Lines and The Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber of Commerce, On The Menu: Business and the Brain is designed to "uplift" the LGBTQ and allied communities through regular meetings. "Topics [...]
Want to be more eco-conscious but draw the line at eliminating animal products from your diet? Here are seven ways to live a semi-vegan lifestyle without going whole hog. 1. Skincare There’s no shortage of [...]
During this divisive political era it sometimes seems like everyone has taken sides in a never-ending fight. That's why preparing for the upcoming winter holidays can feel like the perfect way to try to temporarily [...]
It’s been a hell of a week for Pete Buttigieg. The fact that he’s polling so high is amazing and it makes me proud that an openly gay man is doing so well. He’s not my pick (Elizabeth Warren is far more qualified), but his campaign is historic and I love it.