Dion Price Press Release

Dion Price Press Release

Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, the birthplace of the motor industry, singer-songwriter Dion Price is no stranger to hard work. I love being on the road, performing, perfecting myself as an artist and working with others so I can learn everything I can. Since discovering his love for performing in high school, Dion hasn’t stopped playing in front of audiences across the US (sharing stages with artists including Juicy J, K Camp, August Alsina, Tory Lanez, Omarion, Trina, and TK Kirkland). Dion continues to write and record his reflective R&B-infused pop…

Fall Garden Maintenance

Fall Garden Maintenance

Thanksgiving’s winter weather is just around the corner and Detroit is busy preparing for cold temperatures, ice and snow. If you are a local grower, local food enthusiast, or anyone who values in-season flavor, fall often means harvesting, planting cold-tolerant crops, tucking root crops in for the winter and cleaning up dead foliage. Many gardens, homesteads and farms grow garlic, carrots, radishes, broccoli, kale, brussel sprouts, beets, turnips, onions, lettuce, spinach and more in the cool fall months and late winter. Much of this growing is made possible thanks to…

Detroit Summerfest Celebrates Quicken Loans Summer in the Parks 2016 with Vibrant Season-Ending Downtown Street Party

Detroit Summerfest 2016

Detroit Summerfest presented by the Detroit Free Press and supported by aloft Detroit Hotel features four days of excitement, August 25 – 28, with live performances, dancing and special activities for all! Thursday, August 25 The Meridian Mid-Day Music Series performance features Justin Alexander & The Modern Classics presented by iHeart Media and Embarco Entertainment at Campus Martius Park, noon-2 p.m. Alexandria Lintner performs her blend of rock and soul from country to blues to modern and southern rock at the Downtown Street Eats Stage, noon-2 p.m. Mix and Mingle…

Charivari Detroit 2016 on Belle Isle

Charivari on Belle Isle

Charivari, a historical term that brought entire villages together for various purposes, originally featured lots of noise (banging of pots and pans, instruments), known as “rough music”, and used word-of-mouth to create the largest possible crowds. Charivari Detroit is keeping much of that spirit alive with their third annual music festival to be held for the second year in a row on the beautiful Belle Isle. Featuring some of the finest DJ’s and musicians that the city has to offer, many of which have created and shaped what is now…