All signs are — literally — pointing to the Rolling Stones announcing their 2015 North American tour dates on Thursday (March 19th). Jambase.com posted that just as they did back in 2013, the band has taken out billboards in cities featuring a key phrase or title from one of their classic hits and the Stones’ legendary tongue and lips logo. All of the band’s social media outlets showcase the hashtag “#SatisfactionThursday.”
Watch this video to find out what happened in the WOMC ACE Hardware Christmas Studios – it’s a Christmas Miracle!
Both Oprah and Gwyneth Paltrow have put out their lists of Favorite Things just in time for the holidays and most of the items are unaffordable. To help you out with your holiday shopping, Stacey and […]
Wallace Detroit Guitar bodies are built entirely from ethically reclaimed wood taken from abandoned buildings in Detroit.
A couple of weeks ago at the American Society of Association Executives convention in Nashville, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau introduced a new promotional video touting Detroit as America’s Comeback City.
Today is a special day here in Detroit, it’s “RoboCop Day” and the character gets a bronze-cast statue. This started three years ago when former Mayor Bing was tweeted, “Philadelphia has a statue of Rocky […]
It’s not quite a national holiday, but some would argue that Free Cone Day 2014 should be just that. Free Cone Day is Ben & Jerry’s way of showing their customers appreciation. Customers will be […]
Locality.com has come up with a ranking of the hardest working cities. Data was collected from one million businesses nationwide, to establish a ranking for 50 cities. Detroit ranks at the bottom of the list […]
Aretha Franklin will be in New York today to appear on CBS’ “The Talk”. According to The Detroit News, the Queen of Soul will then return home to prepare for her first full-length concert since […]
The two-day Orion Music + More Festival, curated by heavy metal legends Metallica, will not be returning to Detroit’s Belle Isle next year (the site of the 2013 edition) and will take 2014 off altogether, according to event promoter C3 Presents.