Michigan Man Allegedly Shot Two Men ‘Because They Were Gay’
The 26-year-old man allegedly used the popular dating app Grindr to find his two victims, prosecutors said.
Celia Keenan-Bolger: Tonys, Grief & ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
Nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ Celia Keenan-Bolger talks to Tim Teeman about grief, racism, sexuality, and wanting to win on Sunday.
Rep. Tlaib: ‘Racist Idiots’ Twisted My Words on Holocaust
The congresswoman joked that next time she’ll speak at a fourth-grade level so the ‘racist idiots’ will understand her better.
Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades Hits Anti-Vax Hot Spot
Metro Detroit has been a leading location for the anti-vaccination movement—and as of Thursday afternoon, Michigan officials had confirmed 22 measles cases.
Sound of Music
This Temptations Jukebox Musical Is Solid Broadway Gold
The jukebox musical can be lackluster and silly. Not so with ‘Ain't Too Proud,’ which focuses on the dramatic history of The Temptations, with fabulous Motown songs and dance.
White Cop Makes Racist Post Mocking Black Woman Walking Home
Detroit Officer Gary Steele pulled over a young woman in freezing weather. And when she walked home, he taunted her on social media, writing, ‘What black girl magic looks like.’
This Andy Warhol Artwork Was Stolen, and Never Seen Again
In a $2 million art robbery in Detroit in 2012, one of the works taken was an original silkscreen Andy Warhol used to make his famous 'Flowers' series.