Bridge readers packed Founders Brewery in Grand Rapids last Thursday for our latest reader thank you event. Check out the photos and get ready, Detroit… We’ll see you at Atwater Brewery this Thursday night (September 14).
Bridge is traveling Michigan this fall, thanking readers and donors for building our publication, and building deeper understanding about the issues that matter most across our state. Here’s a look inside our first reader thank you event of the fall last week in Traverse City.
Additional showings of “12th and Clairmount,” a documentary produced by the Detroit Free Press in collaboration with Bridge and WXYZ-TV, have been scheduled as the 50th anniversary of the unrest of 1967 approaches.
Bridge recently published the inspirational story of a low-income Detroit student who overcame steep odds to win acceptance to Harvard. It turns out, Bridge discovered, the acceptance letter was fabricated.
Bridge Magazine reveals how government officials and a major Flint hospital initially failed to alert the public about an outbreak of deadly Legionnaires’, and why the disease’s death count is likely much higher.
Michigan used to have plenty of jobs, high wages – and high taxes. Not so today. Travel briefly through time to see how what Michigan collects in taxes has shrunk over a generation – and why we now struggle to fund the basics.
Click here to order your copy of our latest, book, "The Intersection." Fifty years after anger and frustration over police-community relations boiled over into a rebellion in Detroit, there are lots of people asking what we’ve learned, how we’ve changed.