Street and Community

Gentrification in Detroit

13/09/2016 Honeysuckle 9

By Lauren Hood Gentrification. Argh, the very sound of the word evokes a visceral sensation in my gut. It seems to be the topic du jour among Detroit’s civically engaged minority. The masses are dealing […]


HB 4493 Genocide Education in Michigan

23/07/2016 Honeysuckle 1

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder passed Bill 4493 in June, making it mandatory for high schools to educate students at least six hours a year on genocide. Including but not limited to the Holocaust and Armenian […]


Detroit Songbird Marissa Guzman

02/07/2016 Honeysuckle 0

Marissa Guzman is a singer/songwriter, Detroit native, whose father was the percussionist in Rare Earth. Motown is in her veins.  Coming full circle to meet her musical destiny in 2009, when she quit her high-paying job […]


Hex Gear Hex Detroit

18/06/2016 Honeysuckle 0

Photos: Lisa Spindler Resiliency, manufacturing and survival. These things easily describe Detroit. Born from the ashes of the city’s rich industrial history, Jesse Stefani, a third generation metal smith launched his own edgy retail line […]



23/04/2016 Honeysuckle 0

BY JEROME JOYCE LA-based hip hop artists Nick Jordan & Hunnit of “Friends of the Friendless” have been writing and performing since 2012. But when their collaborative spaceship beamed down their EP REBELS FROM OUTER SPACE in January,  the […]


Ross Miller’s Mystic Photo Magic

10/02/2016 Honeysuckle 1

Detroit By: James Clark Ross Miller’s photography is dark, mystic, and curious. His images capture viewers attention, and forces them to appreciate his craft. Most of his images are in black and white, which captured […]


A Thief to Steal the Limelight

14/01/2014 Honeysuckle 0

By Brandon Fizer In the rock-and-roller scene — and it’s a scene — Rob Smith certainly stands out. Lean and towering, Smith rocks a Jimi Hendrix afro that adds at least another six inches of […]