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  • Councilmember Raquel Castañeda López asks Detroiters to participate in Sunday night vigil

Starting tonight, the buildings of downtown Detroit will be lit purple in honor of George Floyd and all those whose lives were tragically cut short by injustice, violence a

Local artist Sofia Enriquez has sold her 2018 piece titled Bigger Than Me by participating in the Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship partnershi

Effective Monday, June 8 the Detroit Department of Transportation will modify its fixed-route service to limit overcrowding on high-frequency routes until weekday service is restored.

On Friday, June 5, from 5 a.m. to 11 a.m., the #4-Woodward bus reroute is as follows: 

Inbound: Reroute via regular to the right on Clifford, left on Washington Blvd., left on Washington to the left on Larned, to regular.

The following statement was issued today at a press conference with the CEOs listed below, along with Mayor Mike Duggan and Rev. Wendell Anthony.

Following Governor Whitmer’s decision to move the state to phase four of the MI Safe Start Plan yesterday, allowing retailers, restaurants and day camps to open and outdoor gatherings of up to 100 as early as June 4, the following is a statement from Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair:

Local artist Larry Krone has sold his 2019 piece titled Then and Now by participating in the Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art.

  • ACE launches new series of creative industry discussions on how to ensure the success of Detroit’s arts community during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Conversations will cover various art formats and join rotating partners to lead discussions on topics.
  • Federal funding for school lunches, police officers & more depend on complete count
  • City’s response rate is less than half, lowest among large cities nationally
  • Mayor says an incomplete count will cost city millions, hurt its

The City of Detroit announced today that it has received $1.02 million in new investment and an additional three-year commitment through Reimagining the Civic Commons.