The seas are going to get a little safer when the sixth USS Detroit Navy warship hits the open seas. The USS Detroit is currently being built in Wisconsin, and will be commissioned on the Detroit River in a weeklong 2016 ceremony that Quicken Loans is proud to lead and support.
It’s that time again, America. This Tuesday, July 1, the United States Men’s national soccer team will be taking on Belgium at 4:00 p.m. ET in the World Cup. If you’re within driving distance of Detroit, you should join the thousands that will descend on Cadillac Square in downtown Detroit to watch the match on two big LED screens outside. What better way to cheer on the US than to congregate with a huge crowd of fellow Americans adorned in red, white and blue.
The Detroit Institute of Arts received a donation of $26 million from the “Big Three” automotive companies in Detroit so the museum could get closer to its $100 million goal in Detroit’s Grand Bargain.
Bedrock Real Estate Services held a tasting event in the lobby of the First National Building in downtown Detroit on Wednesday. Four new restaurants are calling the Motor City home: Mike’s Kabob Grille; Wright & Company; 7 Greens; Freshii.
History was made last year at the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit Presented by Quicken Loans. What does the 2014 installment have in store?
It’s that time of year again where we honor and enjoy the excellent food available in the city of Detroit. Detroit Restaurant Week, sponsored by Quicken Loans, Shinola and Paxahau, will spotlight the best food Detroit has to offer while giving patrons deals on three-course meals. It starts tomorrow, April 11, and will continue until Sunday, April 20. Read on for more information!
Quicken Loans was proud to support the 21st annual Women’s Power Breakfast to benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank, held April 2 at their Detroit distribution center.
When you purchase a Big Head of Warren Buffett’s smiling face from Fathead, 100% of the profits will go to Detroit charities Money Matters for Youth and Motor City Blight Busters.
Yesterday, March 20, the Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME) announced its launch in downtown Detroit. DIME is a music education college dedicated to teaching the next generation of modern musicians.
Remember a few weeks ago when we showcased the art behind the Z? Didn’t it make you want to go out and brave the multiple polar vortexes that we Detroiters have encountered? No? Well me neither. Sometimes art is best viewed, critiqued and shared from your computer screen. But thanks to Library Street Collective (LSC), you can kinda sorta stay warm and witness firsthand some of the art of the Z. This Friday, LSC presents “Exhibit Z,” a group show featuring the art of the artists that created the beautiful imagery of the mammoth Z.