On March 18th, The D Brief and Hour Detroit teamed up to host our monthly Networking Night for Detroit creatives. Thanks to everyone who came out!
Here are the creatives that we featured:
Chef Maxcel Hardy, HOUR Detroit‘s 2021 Restauranteur of the Year
Hour Detroit named Chef Maxcel Hardy as the magazine’s first ever Restaurateur of the Year. This twist on one of the magazine’s most highly anticipated annual features reflects all the Detroit dining scene has endured in the past year and honors the distinguished 2021 recipient for his food and philanthropic endeavors during the pandemic.
Recognized as one of Hour Detroit’s 2020 Taste Makers powering the Detroit food scene and one of the 16 Black chefs changing food in America by The New York Times in 2019, Hardy is no stranger to creativity in the kitchen. His cultural culinary expertise can be experienced with every bite of COOP’s Coconut Curry Shrimp served in a fresh pineapple bowl with Caribbean rice and cilantro, or Jeds Detroit’s signature Caribbean Balls drenched in a sweet-spicy mango habanero sauce and topped with bright, citrusy pineapples and shredded cheese.
Coop is located at 474 Peterboro St. in Detroit.
Jeds Detroit is located at 1648 E. Seven Mile in Detroit.
Read HOUR Detroit‘s profile of Chef Hardy.
Video by HOUR Detroit.
BC Keez – “Anxiety”
This live performance of the song “Anxiety” was recorded at Detroit City Distillery. It features Roderick Gaston on bass, Trey Priest on guitar, and Buddy Brown on drums.
The Detroit Historical Society – Untold Detroit: Beer Podcast
Untold Detroit: Beer is the first podcast from the Detroit Historical Society. This season focuses on the long history of beer and brewing in Detroit — from before Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac arrived in Detroit to current events in Detroit’s beer scene. In this snippet, John Stroh discusses the demise of the Stroh's brewery in Detroit.
The Greater Impact House
Originated by Greater Alexander, the Greater Impact House is about developing ground level awareness for career-driven creatives towards urban renewal in Detroit, Michigan. This project is geared towards established artists that are focused on creating artwork and music without the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco or any other mind altering substances.
In Good Co. Detroit
Through inspirational videos, podcasts, and features, learn how Detroit entrepreneurs have built and grown their businesses, from start-up to stay-up.
Raye Williams – “Just Take My Money”
This is the first single release from TIDAL Unplugged: Detroit, an artist grant program through the streaming platform TIDAL. Out of thousands of submissions, Raye was one of five artists from Detroit chosen. This live performance was filmed in Farmington, features Detroit-based musicians, and was included as part of the TIDAL Unplugged docuseries.
Join Us at Our Next Networking Night
Our Networking Nights are an opportunity for Detroit artists and entertainers to meet other creative locals, including actors, musicians, chefs, comedians, storytellers, visual artists and more.