Detroit Metro Times
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How promise of homeownership in Detroit turned to an eviction and defamation lawsuit
par Steve Neavling le 22/05/2022 à 11:17
Taura Brown had big dreams for her tiny home in Detroit. In January 2020, after living on a friend’s couch because she couldn’t afford rent, Brown was approved to move into a new 317-square-foot home that was part of a community of unique tiny houses in the Dexter-Linwood neighborhood […]
Detroit’s former Urban Bean Co. coffee shop rebrands as SPKR BOX bar — but keeps love of techno and espresso
par Lee DeVito le 21/05/2022 à 12:58
Detroit’s Capitol Park neighborhood has changed a lot since Josh Greenwood first acquired the funky Mid-century modern building at the corner of Grand River and Griswold back in 2000. When he first opened his Urban Bean Co. coffee shop there, he installed a DJ booth as a nod to its former […]
Civil war training, a floating bar, and a new ax-throwing facility: The top 10 Metro Times headlines of the week
par Alex Washington le 20/05/2022 à 7:36
This week was interesting to say the least. Our readers were most interested in the white supremacists who were convicted of training for a civil war here in Michigan. As usual, they were also interested in things to do in the Detroit area, with many were interested in a new entertainment facility […]
Anavar for Sale Online [Weight Loss and Bodybuilding Guide]
par DIGIBIZZ le 20/05/2022 à 6:10
What is Anavar? Anavar (Oxandrolone) — is one of the most far-famed anabolic steroids, which are used in sports.
Michigan private school apologizes for assignment that compares Obama to monkeys
par Lee DeVito le 20/05/2022 à 5:14
While white people are freaking out about a panic over "critical race theory" and overzealous "wokeness" cooked up by Fox News, good old-fashioned racism is still alive and well at some schools. A private school in Michigan apologized after a worksheet surfaced that compared former President Barack […]
Finally, the Detroit People Mover is back after a two year hiatus
par Randiah Camille Green le 20/05/2022 à 4:02
Good things come to those who wait, and the wait has been long. The Detroit People Mover has officially resumed service as of Friday after being shut down since March of 2020. It's for real this time.
Russian DJ Nina Kraviz is no longer performing at Detroit’s Movement Festival
par Lee DeVito le 19/05/2022 à 10:34
Russian DJ Nina Kraviz is no longer performing at Detroit's Movement Festival, according to a tweet by the event's organizers. No reason was given.
Method Man’s weed brand TICAL is now available in Michigan
par Randiah Camille Green le 19/05/2022 à 8:22
It shouldn’t be shocking to anyone who’s ever listened to Method Man that he has a cannabis brand called TICAL. The man has been using the word “tical” as a slang for pot since the early 1990s. Now, TICAL is available at five Black-owned dispensaries in Detroit.
Inspired by a trip to Scotland, Drexel Spirits is crafting whiskey in a former bank in Detroit
par Mickey Lyons le 19/05/2022 à 5:30
Somewhere between Dearborn, California, Boston, Ireland, Scotland, Detroit, California, North Carolina, Scotland, and Detroit again, Lance Havelka came up with a plan. It wasn’t fully formed, and it certainly wasn’t what you’d call practical, but the former photojournalist was […]
Michigan congressional candidate Carl Marlinga may be a Democrat, but his favorite Supreme Court justices are uncompromising conservatives
par Steve Neavling le 19/05/2022 à 3:04
Carl Marlinga, the apparent frontrunner in the Democratic primary for a new U.S. House seat in Macomb and Oakland counties, previously aligned himself with conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices in a survey from an anti-abortion group. Marglina filled out the Right to Life-LIFESPAN survey in 2012 […]
A new curling and ax-throwing facility is opening in Novi
par Lee DeVito le 19/05/2022 à 2:46
We have to admit, we became absolutely entranced by the strange sport of curling while watching the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, where players slide stones across a sheet of ice toward a target, using tools to guide the stone’s movement by subtly altering the surface of the ice. Well, now […]
Report: DePerno met with Trump State Dept. official on Jan. 6, 2021
par Laina G. Stebbins, Michigan Advance le 19/05/2022 à 2:30
Republican Attorney General candidate Matthew DePerno met with former Assistant Secretary of State Robert Destro during the right-wing insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, Destro confirmed to the Washington Post. DePerno, who is endorsed by the Michigan GOP and former President Donald […]
Report says hundreds of state legislators have joined far-right Facebook groups
par Kira Lerner, Michigan Advance le 19/05/2022 à 2:17
Updated, 7:49 a.m., 5/19/22 More than one in five Republican state lawmakers across the country have joined at least one far-right Facebook group, according to a new report.
Detroit’s Michigan Science Center will reopen its IMAX Theatre
par Lee DeVito le 19/05/2022 à 1:51
Detroit's Michigan Science Center will reopen its IMAX Dome Theatre with new changes. Those include 239 new custom seats designed and donated by automotive supplier Magna.
Senate bills call for ending state’s nearly decade-long oversight of Detroit
par Steve Neavling le 18/05/2022 à 6:56
State Sen. Sylvia Santana introduced legislation on Tuesday that would end nearly a decade of state oversight of Detroit. The bills call for repealing conditions of the “Grand Bargain,” a controversial plan that used funds from foundations, corporations, unions, and the state to protect […]
Flying Lotus pulls out of Detroit’s 2022 Movement Festival to attend sister’s wedding
par Randiah Camille Green le 18/05/2022 à 6:00
Update: On Thursday, Movement announced that Flying Lotus's set was rescheduled for Monday. Original story: Sorry kids, you won’t be getting a Flying Lotus set for this year’s techno Christmas.
MoGo celebrates 5th anniversary with free bike rides
par Alex Washington le 18/05/2022 à 3:39
Detroiters will be able to take a spin around the city on MoGo bikes for free. This month, the bike-share company is celebrating five years in the city and is hosting a few events to celebrate its special milestone. MoGo will kick things off by introducing Free Ride Day on Thursday, May 19.
Scott Hocking sculpture headed for Detroit’s Huntington Place
par Randiah Camille Green le 18/05/2022 à 3:33
A floating sphere will soon be appearing outside of Detroit’s Huntington Place (aka the former TCF Center, aka the former Cobo Center). No, it’s not a UFO — it’s a new sculpture by metro Detroit-based artist Scott Hocking. The Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority […]
Good riddance to the Grand Prix on Detroit’s Belle Isle
par Michael Betzold le 18/05/2022 à 3:25
The last time I rode my recumbent bike on Belle Isle — during the winter of 2019-20 — my wheels had a sign on the back urging “NO PRIX ON BELLE ISLE.” Now I’m back — just in time to see the last Grand Prix on Belle Isle, scheduled for June 3-5 — and to […]
The Detroit Women of Comedy Festival brings laughs to Hamtramck
par Alex Washington le 18/05/2022 à 2:58
If you’re down for a good chuckle, the Detroit Women of Comedy Festival is happening this weekend at Planet Ant Theatre and The Independent Comedy Club in Hamtramck. The mission of the Detroit Women of Comedy Festival is to use comedy to amplify the voices of marginalized voices.
Sen. Betty Alexander, election conspiracy theorist Mellissa Carone among 15 candidates booted from the ballot
par Steve Neavling le 18/05/2022 à 2:43
The Michigan Department of State disqualified 15 political candidates, including election conspiracy theorist Mellissa Carone and state Sen. Betty Alexander, from the Aug. 2 primary ballot. Eleven candidates were accused of making false statements about their compliance with campaign finance […]
Best THC Detox Methods: Top THC Detoxification Products to Pass Drug Tests
par Xwerks le 18/05/2022 à 1:57
THC is a psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana. Users can feel high when using it, and an overdose can cause serious health problems.
Free Will Astrology (May 18-24)
par Rob Brezsny le 18/05/2022 à 8:00
ARIES (March 21-April 19): "The only way to the truth is through blasphemy," declared Aries author Flannery O'Connor. I appreciate the cheeky sentiment, but I don't believe that all truth requires blasphemy.
Goofball and Galahad
par Tom Tomorrow le 18/05/2022 à 8:00
par Clay Jones le 18/05/2022 à 8:00