The four-day virtual event will explore the intersections of media and communications, art, technology, education, and social justice
Proceeds from the event will go toward the nonprofit and its efforts to fund Parkinson’s research
Plus, hundreds gather in Harper Woods to protest, DIA employees claim the museum's director lacks knowledge of race issues, and demonstrators call for a boycott of Grand Haven corn dog stand Pronto Pup
Catch the team's first game of the 2020 season at the drive-in theater and enjoy music, shopping, and food
Cheer captain Joshua Sullivan on building lifelong health
You don’t need to cross state lines to find idyllic surroundings in which to recharge the mind, body, and spirit. These retreats are just a drive away.
And scientists say it may be here to stay
Plus, a billboard goes up warning drivers of racial profiling in Livonia and about 300 people march through Flint for a Black Lives Matter rally
Jeremiah Wheeler encourages non-Black people advocating for the Black community to "commit. commit to the struggle."
There are limited exceptions, but businesses will be required to deny entry or service to those who refuse to wear a face covering
The new directive comes following recommendations from the Michigan Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities
The outdoor space features posters from local businesses such as City Bark, Populace Coffee, and David Vintage
As residents across the state continue to protest against police brutality and racial injustice, "The New York Times" reports that Black Lives Matter may be the largest movement in U.S. history
Demonstrators insist that they will keep marching until their demands are met