Detroit Public Library Holiday Craft Event

Located in the Edwin Conely Branch of the Detroit Public Library, on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. children and tweens up to age 12 are invited to [...]

Queer-Friendly Halloween Celebrations

There's no Halloween like a Halloween with drag queens, burlesque shows and friendly LGBTQ company. With the season kicking into high gear this weekend, our [...]

Pipeline' Opens DPT 4th Season Through Nov. 4

Dominique Morisseau's "Pipeline" opens Detroit Public Theatre's fourth season. Detroit-born Morisseau, is a world-renowned playwright having created such works [...]

MOCAD Teen Council Applications Due Oct. 23

Teenagers interested in impacting the local art scene are encouraged to apply to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit's Teen Council by Oct. 23. "The Teen [...]

Collecting Homegrown Creatives

Hotter Than July Fine Arts Exhibition Spotlights Emerging Artists Artist and curator of this year's event, Geno Harris. BTL Photo: Andrew Potter Geno Harris [...]

Meet Manny Killa: Q&A with HTJ 2018 Visiting Entertainer

He's the newest sensation from porn site At 24 years old, 6' 4" tall and equipped a trim, muscular physique he is known simply as Manny [...]

Community Enjoys Free Barbecue Courtesy of Wrigley's Pharmacy

Hundreds of community members came together at Glory Supermarket in Highland Park on Friday, June 22 for a neighborhood summer barbecue hosted by Wrigley's [...]

18 neighborhood groups share $1.5 million from Kresge for projects across Detroit

The Kresge Foundation announced last month that it has $1.5 million in grants for 18 new projects and is planning efforts to revitalize neighborhoods across [...]

WSU Hosts LGBTQ History Panel in Honor of the School's 150 Years

A lot can happen over 150 years, and in honor of a timeline that spans over half of modern U.S. history, Wayne State University is presenting several panels [...]

Q&A with Mayor Mike Duggan

Michigan Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination Series As BTL continues the Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination series, we hear from Mike Duggan, who was elected [...]

From Film to the Stage: Melissa McKamie Refreshes 'The Sound of Music's' Baronness Elsa Schraeder

Although the audience never sees it, a scene change in a musical performance is the product of a well-engineered and well-oiled machine. Many crew members must [...]

Birmingham Native, Actress Nominee Alexandra Silber Comes Home for Intimate Performance

DETROIT, Mich. – Lauded by the Huffington Post as "Broadway's fastest-rising soprano," Birmingham-native Alexandra Silber returns to her hometown in a [...]