Business to Business in Detroit, MI

The founders of Poplettes created a popcorn alternative using popped sorghum sourced in the U.S and manufactured in Detroit

The pastor of a church in Traverse City is due in court today to face a new charge of sexual assault.
A man said he was assaulted last summer by 41 year old Christopher Cox.
He is the 5th person to file charges against Cox.
Prosecutors say they began their investigation after two men say th

A Troy man is scheduled to be arraigned today on multiple charges related to a series of arsons in Royal Oak.
33 year old Elliott Manes is facing multiple felony charges in what Royal Oak Police say was an ongoing crime spree.
There have been 13 fires in the city since November of 2015 that in

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The Ford Fireworks will light up the Detroit skyline on Monday, June 24 at 9:55 p.m. ET, with breathtaking views of downtown Detroit and beyond. Produced by The Parade Company and recognized as one of the country’s largest and most magnificent fireworks displays, the beloved annual summertime event is enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of … Continued
The Michigan Chronicle Men of Excellence Awards, in its…

Preliminary findings from a new study found that delaying school start times for middle school and high school students led not only to longer periods of sleep, but increased academic engagement.

Nailah Ellis-Brown had 90 seconds to convince five judges that she should be the winner of the 2019 Quicken Loans Detroit Demo Day. The Detroit native made every second count, going home as the $300,000 investment winner in the Scale category Friday night at the Fillmore Theatre. Her popular Ellis Island Tea is available in … Continued
The former site of the Detroit Police Department’s 7th precinct, on Mack and Elmwood off Gratiot, sat vacant since the precinct closed in 2005 and was…

After his son's birth, Dirk Anschütz photographed fathers and sons for six years. "There's a lot of change going on right now regarding what fatherhood means, what masculinity means," he says.

It was a bad sign. On the day voting began at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the shift change suddenly turned blue. Throngs of workers were passing through the factory turnstiles in both directions, as the day shift ended and the night shift began. On the preceding days, handfuls of union supporters in bright green shirts were there to hand out flyers and banter with their co-workers.

By Trevor W. Coleman Last November a small contingent of Detroit’s Black McDonald’s Operators Association (BMOA) members gathered at a McDonald’s restaurant on West 8 Mile to pick up and hand out turkeys to families in the area. It’s not the kind of gesture most people would expect from a McDonald’s franchise owner but … Continued
Fathers are a big deal at The Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre…

Hello all of you wonderful people! I hope that you are all having a great week so far. Don’t forget that this Sunday is Father’s Day, so if you haven’t gone out to find that special gift for the dad’s in your life you still have time. I have also included some dad specific ideas …

A top employee representative in Volkswagen’s Global Works Council was denied entry into the company’s Chattanooga, Tennessee, factory today as the union election began. The plant’s 1,700 eligible hourly employees began voting this morning on whether to form a union with the United Auto Workers. The results will be announced Friday night. According to a statement from the Global Works Council, Johan Järvklo arrived at the plant to be an election observer. Workers confirmed that he was booted.

“I’m only 33 and I can’t see myself working here for another 10 years,” said Ashley Murray. “I would be disabled by then. We need a union because they are a multibillion-dollar company and they treat us like shit.” Murray is a production employee at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, one of 18 hourly employees there I interviewed for this story. Comments like hers were almost universal.

Members of metal legends Judas Priest spent their day off touring to hang out with some rescue pups in Canada over the weekend.