The force was with Jay Shuster, and he rode it all the way to Hollywood.
Exhibitions are a huge draw for the Detroit Institute of Arts, and to be successful, they must be researched, planned, choreographed, and presented in exacting detail.
How do you prepare 20,000 meals over three days during the Detroit Grand Prix?
Detroiter Wendy Hilliard was the first African-American rhythmic gymnast to compete as a member of the U.S. national team. Now her foundation is providing free and low-cost gymnastics training in Detroit.
A luxury condominium and mixed-use development in Detroit’s Midtown district is the first outside the city’s downtown core and riverfront.
Jeffrey Sachs grew up in Oak Park, then made his mark as an economist and director of Columbia University’s Center for Sustainable Development in New York City.
Stereotypes about younger workers abound, but they’re really not all that different.
A nonprofit organization in Detroit is transforming unused school facilities into business and community ecosystems.
Trio demonstrates how to plan and choreograph a unique fundraiser set in a historic mansion undergoing a multimillion-dollar restoration.
How the big “C” made me a better businessman.
After starting out in a garage, GLW in Detroit now designs and builds retail environments around the world.
Combined gourmet markets and restaurants are the latest dining trend in metro Detroit.