Welcome home Motown

Motown the Musical hits Broadway in Detroit By Dylan Randolph, Editor in Chief   Detroit. For many people the word embodies passion, hard work, and loyalty. The blue-collar worker who started out with a dream and formed it into a global enterprise built Detroit. From the humble origins of Henry Ford to Eminem’s music taking…

Fun in the sun

Beach makeup styles By Elizabeth Casella & Hanna Olson, Managing Editor and Layout and Design editor The sun is shining, flowers and trees are beginning to bloom, and summer is finally on its way. This means that it is also time for makeup fashion trends to change. A lighter palette is needed in the new…

Cordon Bleu

A story of chicken, cheese and ham By Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Cordon bleu is a delicious yet easy dish to prepare. The name, coming from the French word blue ribbon, has its own history with French cuisine. Originating from the blue ribbons worn by French knights, the term eventually became a name…

The way movies were meant to be seen

Detroit’s historical Redford Theatre continues to entertain after nearly 90 years By Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Detroit is a city with a deep history. Much of the theaters from its heydays can still be found within the city limits. Very few of those are still in the similar condition they were in when…

Experience immersion

The best of Virtual Reality gaming By Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Virtual reality (VR) has many possible uses — movies, news and education, to name a few. The most obvious use for VR is gaming and the purpose of both game and VR is to totally immerse the subject. Consumer use of VR…

Scratch that

Vinyl welcomes its comeback with the new Detroit pressing plant By Elizabeth Casella, Managing Editor & Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Items that were once seen as going out of style, due to newer technology, are becoming available and gaining the popular title of “retro” for those who still use them and are now…