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News & views
Investigative reports, features, interviews and all the real news the mainstream press won't tell you.
Art
Exhibitions, opera, poetry, sequential art (comics to those less in-the-know), designs and designers, the visual, the theatrical, the literary, the sculptural, the tactile and all beautiful things in-between.
Culture
You'll find stories here about our lives and loves, our obsessions and our dreams.
Music
Interviews, features, reviews and the skinny on the local music scene and beyond. Plus: View the archive of past record reviews.
Film
Stories about film, television and the cinema. Plus: View the archive of past film reviews.
Food
Stories about restaurants, bars, food and drink. Plus: View the archive our restaurant reviews.
Abandoned Structure Squad
Check out all of our featured abandoned houses.
Art bar
Weekly updates on what's notable in the world of art happenings.
Backslash
Interesting and bizarre highlights from the web.
Head Cheese
Musical worthies give their top five favorites — or often the top five things cheesing them off.
Hit Singles
Motor city musings and discord from Metro Times staffers.
Letters to the Editor
Find out what our readers are saying each week.
Jeffrey Morgan’s Media Blackout
Our inimitable drive-by music critic, Jeffrey Morgan, offers a weekly flurry of reviews in a hurry.
News Hits
Local news stories that pack a punch — short, sharp and smart.
Politics & Prejudices
Jack Lessenberry's weekly political commentary.
The Subterraneans
Taking the pulse of Detroit’s dance culture beat.
Suckerpunch
Rants and raves from Metro Times' musical maestro Brian Smith.
Visiting View
Guests to our editorial page sound off on local and national issues.







Roads not working
Our continuing series about transportation issues in southeast Michigan.

11/21/2007
The 100 greatest Detroit songs ever!
Picking the top tracks of the Motor City.


A century of sound
Our series tracing Detroit's musical heritage over the last hundred
years. View the Century of sound poster here. (Requires Adobe Reader).
5/1/02
Music Issue 2002: Detroit discs that shook the world
A Metro Times Music Issue exclusive: take a look at the top ten Detroit discs that shook the world from Madonna to John Lee Hooker.
MT Xtras are in PDF Format. Requires Adobe Reader.






Election 2005
Detroit’s mayoral candidates sit in the MT hot seat. Includes audio excerpts from the interviews.
Coleman Young archives
A collection of articles, interviews and editorials from over the past 10 years, including a timeline and our favorite quotes.
The Enemy Within
On October 12, 1994, Metro Times published an investigative report on a burgeoning populist phenomenon — the Michigan Citizens Militia. Beth Hawkins' disturbing account detailed the activities and philosophies of a group of people who not only feel that the U.S. government is illegitimate, but who engage in military exercises weekly to prepare to defend themselves against its escalating tyranny.
The Real Engler Revolution
Investigative reporter Curt Guyette has examined the governor's powerful network of allies and looked beyond the rhetoric of the administration. Guyette's work seeks to examine who is driving the Engler agenda and determine who benefits and who pays for Michigan's radical republican policies.