Drifter Coffee mobile coffee shop can serve coffee, tea and various drinks wherever the trailer fits.
The family-owned Germack Pistachio Co. wasn't harmed during the 1967 uprising, Stephanie Germack says. It helped that their property was adjacent to the heavily guarded Stroh Brewery Co.
Hot Sam's owner Tony Stovall says some customers in 1967 wouldn't allow homeboys in the neighborhood to loot local stores.
Henry Payne goes 0-60 with the McLaren 570GT.
Keith Weston, Vehicle Integration Supervisor, Ford Motor Company Mustang Program demonstrates how a line lock works in the 2018 Mustang, it allows you to lock the front wheels and spin the back wheels to warm up tires for better traction.
The nonprofit Detroit Hives turns vacant lots into urban bee farms.
A public plaza and lots of natural light are among the highlights of the new sports complex.
Owner Bethany Shorb of Cyberoptix Tie Lab started making handmade ties a decade ago. Her new Eastern Market store -- Well Done Goods by Cyberoptix -- now sells T-shirts, necklaces and other Michigan-themed products.
"It's a hot rod that just happens to be green," says Payne
Nolan Finley, Ingrid Jacques and Daniel Howes discuss issues at the policy conference such as mobility, education and Mark Hackel's probable run for governor.
- Drifter Coffee mobile coffee shop
- Stephanie Germack: Eastern Market business untouched in 1967
- Loyal customers protected businesses, Hot Sam's owner says
- 0-60 with the McLaren 570GT
- 2018 Mustang burnout feature demonstrated
- Detroit Hives helps guard the city's honeybees
- Take a tour inside Little Caesars Arena
- The store for people who love -- or love to hate -- ties
- Henry Payne goes zero to sixty in the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV
- Impressions of Wednesday's Mackinac Conference