Legendary Detroit Sports Bar To Be Revived For One Night

The Lindell AC will reopen this Saturday, March 16 for "A Night At The Lindell AC" in celebration of the new exhibition, Lindell AC: America's First Sports Bar, at the Detroit Historical Museum. The Lindell AC was originally established in 1949, by the Butsicaris family; it came to be known as Detroit’s original watering hole for athletes and…

Detroit Auto Show Mishap

The unveiling of the QX Inspiration concept on Monday morning at the North American International Auto Show didn't go as smoothly as the Nissan luxury brand intended... The brand's all-electric car is ambitious and innovative but some technical difficulties earlier in the week at Cobo Center in Detroit proved just how much of a challenge…

Bob Seger Boulevard Is A Reality!

  (8/13) It's Big Jim with an update on Bob Seger Boulevard. After talking with members of the Ann Arbor School Board and local politicians  in Ann Arbor, we felt it was best to move on with a different location. We're looking for a city that really wants Bob Seger Blvd, and it became apparent…

ON THIS DAY: 1966

On This Day in 1966... Did You Know? The Beatles kicked off the U-S leg of their final world tour at Chicago's International Amphitheater. The Remains, Bobby Hebb, The Cyrkle and The (Ronnie-less) Ronettes were the opening acts. The Beatles played the next day at the Olympia in Detroit, Cleveland's Municipal Stadium on the 14th and D-C Stadium in Washington on the…

New dates and vision for NAIAS

It's official - the North American International Auto Show is moving to June in 2020...here's part of the press release (along with some concept photos and video). What do you think? The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) announced that starting in 2020 the show would make a transformational move to June and will start…