A website about Detroit that you can edit
You can help conserve Detroit's musical history through physical archiving, digital outreach, and collaborative fundraising. First and foremost an organizing effort, the DSC’s long-term goal is to become the go-to organization for accurate information and effective strategy in the struggle to increase and maintain Detroit’s capacity to conserve its musical heritage. The DSC imagines gathering oral histories, preserving the written records of Detroit music journalists, encouraging the digitization and dissemination of music-related audio and video, and organizing around historical landmarks and collections critical to telling the story of Detroit music. Your contributions -- pages, photos, stories, and more -- make this possible.
The DetroitWiki Project is a volunteer-driven effort to collect information about Detroit that anybody can freely edit. The idea is to create a space where different things that make the City can live -- historical records, current topics, meeting plans, biographies.
The City of Detroit:
Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT), Public Lighting Department, (the bridge question), The Bing Administration, Detroit Public Library, Department of Health and Wellness Promotion, The Detroit Public Schools
History, Preservation, and Conservation
Belle Isle, Detroit Sound Conservancy, Narratives of Detroit, Lost Detroit, Preservation Detroit,
The Detroit-Windsor Connection
Ongoing Projects in Art, Culture, Entertainment, Music
Belle Isle Broadcaster
Detroit Sound Conservancy: The Detroit Sound Conservancy engages the world for the preservation and conservation of Detroit Sound. We are utilizing the DetroitWiki as a place to share our research and development as we become a non-profit. Please join us build up our pages.
Traditions & Events
Paczki -- Fat Tuesday. Fish fry during Lent. Flea markets