(CBS DETROIT) — The story of one of Motown’s legendary groups is live this month at the Detroit Opera House. The musical, titled “Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations,” opened this week and will run through Aug. 28. According to a press release, the musical has been nominated for 12 Tony Awards and tells the story “of brotherhood, family, loyalty, and betrayal, as the group’s personal and political conflicts threatened to tear them apart during a decade of civil unrest in America.” #Detroit, we’re home! And, the homecoming celebration continues at the @DetOperaHouse now through 8/28. When will...
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Aidan Hutchinson’s ‘Billie Jean’ karaoke on ‘Hard Knocks’ was so good a teammate ripped off his clothes
There’s a whole conversation we need to have about the Lions becoming a franchise worthy of envy, because that’s its own whole conversation. For now we can just focus on one moment from Tuesday night’s debut of Hard Knocks, specifically Aidan Hutchinson — who took part in some rookie embarrassment when he was asked to sing in front of the entire team.
Jhené Aiko joined Big Sean on a visit to his hometown that was full of meaning. The rapper, 34, shared photos of a trip down memory lane with his pregnant partner, also 34, when they visited some special places from his upbringing with their families ahead of the birth of their first baby together.
This renovated Grosse Pointe home stays true to its traditional look more than 90 years later. When a 1930s Tudor-style house went on the market in Grosse Pointe, Vanessa and Tim Paxton (names changed for privacy) knew they’d need to make a quick decision; however, when they found out it was 5,200 square feet on nearly an acre of land, they were instantly sold.
At the University of Michigan, Val Johnson was a track star, honor student and member of the student legislature, recognizable on campus for his slim build and sharp dress. Johnson stood out as well for another reason: He was Black at a time when almost all of the school’s students were White.
The Detroit Tigers fired longtime general manager Al Avila on Wednesday as the team struggled mightily in a year in which it guaranteed nearly a quarter-billion dollars in free agency to bolster its efforts to contend. Avila, 64, had spent more than two decades with the organization, including the past...
The owners of the Detroit Dance Center, a Black-owned, woman-owned dance studio, Jasmine Woods, (holding scissors), Linda Hendricks, center, and Dominique Hamlett, right, stand with Mayor Mike Duggan during their grand opening. We do more than twerk – but nothing’s wrong with that either. The art of dancing...
Michigan State got off to its earliest start in a recruiting cycle in the Mel Tucker era last month when four-star in-state receiver Nick Marsh became the Spartans’ first class of 2024 commitment. Seventeen months ahead of his first opportunity to sign a national letter of intent, Marsh closed down his recruitment to commit to Tucker, receivers coach Courtney Hawkins and the Spartans.
The Detroit Lions decided to begin a new chapter in their franchise's history last offseason, as they traded longtime quarterback Matthew Stafford to the Los Angeles Rams. Now, they are ready to further move on by giving his jersey number away to another player. Wednesday, new wide receiver Jameson Williams...
Detroit fell into bankruptcy amid auto industry globalization and local suburban sprawl. The city bounced back by attracting new investments by awarding tax abatements to commercial developers while raising consumption and property taxes on residents. Local residents say the changes have the potential to be beneficial, but also raise concerns...
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Detroit — Operators of a crowdfunding website told federal officials they no longer possess donations to former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and his wife, LaTicia Kilpatrick, after the money was withdrawn and accounts were closed. In a Wednesday federal court filing, Honeyfund.com Inc. Chief Operating Officer Davey Randa wrote...
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