Greetings, readers! April is a very special month. Since 1996 it has been designated as National Poetry month. What is poetry? Poetry is one of those simultaneously almost indescribable and altogether wonderful expressions of humanity.
Detroit Chic is excited to announce that it’s hosting a photography contest for aspiring photographers here in metro Detroit area.
The weather has been chilly and rainy as we enter the fall season, but the sun decided to stick around long enough for the last big festival of summer: The DIY Street Fair in Ferndale
Driving down Warren Avenue East, the 555 Building is an explosion of color popping out of the dilapidated landscape.
For those of you who prefer a slight chill in the air as opposed to humidity, your calendar probably looks a lot like mine…a big red circle around September 22, the first day of fall. And if you love the season as much as I do, you’re itching to dive right into all things autumn.
This month I’m outside my beloved Michigan travelling through the Canadian Rockies. I’ve spent a week in Lake Louise thus far. In my adventures I have discovered the town of Banff — a thriving, young, affluent town similar to a Royal Oak, albeit with a much more athletic population (no offense, RO). I spent a day trying to dig up its hidden cool spots and here’s what I discovered.
Here is a random list of art exhibitions being held in and around the Metro Detroit Area. Enjoy!
Check out Detroit Chic’s redesigned page and start learning more about art, music, fashion, eats, and nightspots in Detroit!
The Hapa Project tackles the question “Who am I?” The reply involves more than just a “check all the boxes that apply” answer…
You'll be hard pressed to find a cooler, more attractive location in Detroit than the Cass Cafe . While many have unfortunately never heard of this catch, those who have will nod knowingly. Located a stone's throw from Wayne's campus on Cass street (as the name implies) the Cass Cafe rests midway between Twingos and University Towers — Wayne's [...]