Sporting News names Detroit second-best sports city
How bad of a sportstown is Detroit?
“The Red Wings are a highlight for Motown, but the Pistons are a consistent winner in the winter, too, and though the Tigers struggled this year, they are a fan favorite,” said Sporting News chief of correspondents Bob Hille, who has coordinated the […]
The big event today is the NAACP presidential forum in Detroit, moderated by CBS’s Russ Mitchell and CNN’s Soledad O’Brien. All eight Democratic candidates — Biden, Clinton, Dodd, Edwards, Gravel, Kucinich, Obama, and Richardson — will be on the stage together at around 10:30 am ET. Tancredo is the sole Republican scheduled to address […]
Council to discuss Tiger Stadium’s future today
The Detroit City Council will hold a public meeting at 11:15 a.m. today to discuss the future of the Tiger Stadium project.
One plan includes demolishing the abandoned stadium to make room for mixed-use development. If demolition occurs, there might be a sale of memorabilia from the stadium, a move […]
In celebration of Detroit Tiger Justin Verlander’s historic no-hitter Tuesday night at Comerica Park, the Detroit Historical Society has put together a special limited time display and admission promotion which debuts Saturday at the Detroit Historical Museum.
From Saturday, June 16 through Sunday, July 8 (the last day before the All Star Break), visitors will be […]
The long-awaited youth center was unveiled today. The 32,000 square foot NFL/YET Boys & Girls Club facility on the Dick & Sandy Dauch Campus has been completed on the grounds of Gardenview Estates (formerly Herman Gardens).
Well, not exactly today. I’m a bit behind on my Warrendale news, but this has been a long time […]
There’s a new free magazine covering Michigan sports called Michigan In Play. Hear what rickus rakkus has to say:
Michigan In Play is the brain child of publisher Jack Rosenberg of Livonia. He is a contributor to BizX, the “Crains” of Windsor and, in itself, a great publication. Jack wanted to fill a niche by […]