Evan Carter

Evan Carter

Evan Carter is a summer intern with The Detroit News' editorial department.

GM event showcases Detroit for interns

General Motors hosted a scavenger hunt throughout Detroit to showcase the revitalization of Detroit to 29 of its interns last Thursday. Teams of two to three interns and a GM representative rode in a 2015 Chevrolet Malibu or Cruze vehicle and completed different tasks throughout the city to earn a previously specified number of points. … Continue Reading →

Things to see and do in Midtown

This video explores things to see and do in Midtown Detroit. Check out a map of all of the places highlighted in this video: bit.ly/dvoiceinmidtown. Do you know another great place we should explore in Detroit? Let us know by posting on our DVoice page on Facebook, or by tweeting at us @DVoiceBlog on Twitter. … Continue Reading →

After 5 Intern Program kicks off summer of events

On Thursday June 11, with over 500 interns packing GM’s Wintergarden, After 5 Detroit kicked off its first of six events being held this summer to showcase the Best Detroit has to offer. At the event, interns from numerous different companies eat ice cream, mixed with other interns, and had the opportunity to speak with … Continue Reading →

Ever wondered what happens on a tour of Bedrock properties?

In June 2011 Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert, asked Bruce Schwartz to become the ambassador for Bedrock Real Estate Services LLC, and now almost four years later, “Detroit Bruce” has become the consummate advocate from Bedrock as well as the city of Detroit. Schwartz brings energy and a substantial amount of interesting history as he showcases some of … Continue Reading →

Food trucks (and more) have returned to Cadillac Square!

The Food trucks (and more) on Cadillac Square are back! If you work around Campus Martius, you can get lunch from one of the trucks (parked along the north side of the first national building) or concession stands in Cadillac Square Park between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. every weekday through mid-October . The food … Continue Reading →