ENTERTAIN NEAR YOU Presents “Hello, Michigan, What’s Going On In Your Neighborhood!” Corktown Experience is hosting a special exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum, created in partnership with the Wayne State University Anthropology Museum. The Journey to Now tells the story of the mid-nineteenth century tenement known as the Workers’ Row House and the factory… Read More The Journey to Now Exhibit
Feature image courtesy of the Detroit Historical Museum On Saturday, February 23rd, the Detroit Historical Museum will host African American History Day. Admission is FREE! There will be vendors, crafts, West African Dance, and a discussion about youth sports in Detroit. Click on the event link below for more event details!
Join the Black Historic Sites Committee as we celebrate scintillating jazz as performed by Modern Element, a dynamic group of young musicians, on Thursday, September 27. This band features Trunino Lowe on trumpet and Benny Rubin, Jr. on alto saxophone, among others. Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door Modern Element was formed by six students… Read More Jazz on the Streets of Old Detroit