Just west of West Village, Islandview is named for its proximity to Detroit's island park, Belle Isle. The neighborhood is bound by Jefferson on the south, Mack to the north, Mt. Elliott to the west and Baldwin Street on the east. Historic single- and multi-family homes, apartments and rowhouses populate the eastern end of the neighborhood. The western end is home to nonprofits like Gleaners Community Food Bank and Capuchin Soup Kitchen and its Earthworks Urban Farm.
As Dr. Yulanda Harris sat with her boss at Gleaners Community Food Bank, she struggled to hide the overwhelming anxiety coming over her. After sharing her
One queer couple on finding a queer community in Detroit and what it means for their future children
Throughout the month of June, The Neighborhoods will be featuring stories from queer residents across the city. Today, we’re talking to Carissa and Tiffany,
In this episode of Sound Bites, The Neighborhoods went to Islandview Village for the Glam Dolls Dress Giveaway at Butzel Recreation Center. Recreation
It’s been a while since a new LGBT-centered mixer arrived on Detroit’s scene, but Wednesday nights are home to a new LGBTQ meet-up in Islandview Village.