Kaitlyn Buss

Kaitlyn Buss

Kaitlyn Buss is editorial page writer for The Detroit News. Prior to joining the News, she lived in Washington, D.C., where she worked in public relations, opinion writing, and ran communications for an association of state legislators. She's a native of Metro Detroit. Follow her @KaitlynBuss.

Opening Day in the D

It’s Opening Day! Today gives everyone in the Detroit area a little boost every year, and we hope you’ve found just the right way to celebrate the beginning of another Tigers season in the D. Check out Opening Day through the years here, and follow the News’ live blog of opening day all afternoon here. … Continue Reading →

Developer rehabs historic Woodbridge homes

Thought we’d share this piece by Detroit News columnist Marney Rich Keenan on Alex Pereira, a real estate developer who refurbishes homes “after children’s stories that Pereira said reflects the enthusiasm and positive vibe from the city’s comeback.” Pereira’s work is brightening Detroit’s blighted streets one home at a time.

Uniting two Detroits

Policy conferences can be a little… er… boring. But the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Policy Conference is a bit more enjoyable than most! This Thursday the conference will take place at Motor City Casino, and promises a solid lineup of speakers and topics. Our editorial page editor Nolan Finley will be moderating a panel based on a theme many … Continue Reading →

Winter blast time

Detroit’s Winter Blast is here again. The outdoor festival takes place today through Sunday right in the heart of downtown. Campus Martius will have ice sculptures, music stages, food, a snow slide, a dog sled and even a new Zip line. The News did a quick little preview, which you can watch here. One thing is … Continue Reading →

Auto show revs up

DVoice will be at the North American International Auto Show early this week, covering the latest with the Motor City’s hometown industry. Below are a couple of the latest models rolling out to be showcased. Much of the show so far features performance vehicles that are increasingly fuel efficient.