With church attendance and religious affiliation on a steady decline amongst young people, we wonder: Will millennials be the saviors of the black church - or its crucifiers? And we profile African Ancestry and look at how its DNA tests are connecting us to our tribes, and we do away with the same old Thanksgiving blah blah blah and instead reimagine an updated meal.
We wonder whether we'll turn out for the midterm elections. We're kicking off our BLAC Legends series with WCCCD chancellor Dr. Curtis Ivery, a pair of paranormal investigators guide us through a few of Detroit's most haunted locations.
Local rock bands prove we're not just R&B and soul, we take a look at the rise of the internet comic and consider what actually makes a comedian, and, of course, we remember the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, plus more!
Co-founders of Detroit Hives, Timothy Paule and Nicole Lindsey tell us how they're using bees to transform blighted lots in Detroit, entrepreneurial moms walk us through a typical day and how they find balance, and black classical musicians prove that we're more than just hip-hop and R&B, plus more!
We've got an interview with Detroit Red Wings defenseman Trevor Daley where he's talking love of sport, family and bending history's arc. We profiled local folk who've chosen a nontraditional spiritual path and look at how couples are foregoing dinner and a movie for board gaming, plus more!