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.  

Equipping mid-level talent to lead through a model grown in Detroit

Guest post by Graig Donnelly Detroit is building a national model for cultivating the next generation of urban and regional leaders. It’s called the Detroit Revitalization Fellows program and, to date, it has produced 48 ambitious doers who are stimulating progress in our civic, community and economic development landscape. Who are the Detroit Revitalization Fellows … Continue Reading →

Election Eve

Tomorrow is Election Day. For Michigan, many important races will be decided, including the state’s next governor. Detroit city clerk Janice Winfrey wrote a great op-ed in The News on how local business and civic leaders can encourage residents in Detroit to get out and vote. If you need more information on where and how to … Continue Reading →

As others see us, 10.15

Most talk about Detroit in national publications lately has been following the ins and outs of the bankruptcy trial. While the trial is important, we thought we’d throw up a few hits related to Detroit’s culture. The New York Times has been documenting Detroit’s food renaissance for the past year or more. It continues with … Continue Reading →