Renovating the Toyota Engineering 4D Theater will allow the center to offer immersive programs that will help bring more children and families in the doors.
Arts, cultural groups host events on Detroit 1967 civil unrest
More than 60 local organizations are striving to foster greater understanding through exhibitions of pictures, oral histories and art created by people living in the city at that time, before then and since.
Metro Detroit nonprofits see changes at executive levels
Laurie Eisenhower, artistic director of the Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, plans to retire; John Ziraldo leaves the William Davidson Foundation for Skillman; and George Jacobsen swaps his Kresge post for the William Davidson Foundation.
Different approach to corporate philanthropy takes shape in Southeast Michigan
100 Businesses Who Care fuses "in-person crowdfunding" with a "Shark Tank" format to raise funds for local nonprofits.