Articles Tagged with Detroit

Weekend Getaways

Rev Up the Excitement in Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan, used to get a bad rap. Two decades ago, the city was virtually empty, devoid of urban life, as many residents had flocked to the suburbs and entire neighborhoods sat empty and crumbling….
Tips + Trends

From Serene Beaches to Vibrant Cities: Where to Travel in May for Every Type of Traveler

Beat the summer travel rush with a mid-spring escape in the Northern Hemisphere. Or head to destinations below the equator to enjoy the autumn air before temperatures drop in winter. Whether you’re a sports fan…
Culture + Style

Touring Civil Rights History in Museums Across the U.S.

Black History Month is a time to celebrate Americana by giving tribute to the men, women and locations that are central to the civil liberties we enjoy in the present day. Black American contributions are…
Tips + Trends

Don’t Forget the Motor City: 7 Detroit Neighborhoods to Visit

Whether you are looking to dine at a top restaurant, root for a hometown team or shop locally, Detroit has a neighborhood for you. Here are seven neighborhoods to check out that have so much…
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5 Spots Where Detroit’s Storied History Is Revealed

Once an industrial hub that symbolized American innovation, Detroit began to fade in the late 1970’s as manufacturing slowed or left the city. Today, the city is in the midst of a rebirth, but many…
Eat + Drink

Where to Have a Culinary Awakening in Detroit: 5 Can’t Miss Restaurants

Detroit in recent years has become a destination for foodies. The Motor City’s culinary scene is booming and dynamic—from New American to Lebanese delicacies and everything in between. Discover a few top picks in the…
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Ponyride Detroit: A Haven for Detroit’s Small-Scale Makers

Detroit has long been a city of makers, and this hands-on, DIY spirit today encompasses far more than just its automotive sector. As the Motor City began dusting itself off after a long and crippling…
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5 Detroit Motoring Attractions For Kids Who Love Cars

Kids who love cars, predictably, will find much to love in Detroit. Model Ts. Mustangs. President Harry S. Truman’s Lincoln limo. Even the car once described as “an Oldsmobile sucking a lemon,” the infamous Edsel….
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Craving a Low-Key Detroit Day Trip? Ann Arbor’s Got You Covered

Just under an hour’s drive from Detroit, the low-key, highly strollable city of Ann Arbor, home to the University of Michigan, offers small-town sensibility coupled with robust nature, academia, art and literary ambitions, breezy coffee…
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The Detroit Tourists Rarely See: An Insider’s Look at Motor City

Detroit is a city in the midst of an artistic revolution, one you need an insider’s eye to fully recognize. Artists are heading to Detroit from across the U.S., attracted not only by its low…