Julie Hinds, Detroit Free Press

Julie Hinds

Detroit Free Press

Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • Detroit Free Press
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • WZZM 13 On Your Side
  • Lansing StateJournal
  • Indianapolis Star
  • KARE 11
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • The News-Messenger
  • Livingston Daily

Recent articles by Julie:

Mo Rocca wants better obituaries for these dead celebrities

TV personality Mo Rocca, who's coming to Henry Ford Museum, is giving some famous dead people their due with his 'Mobituaries' book and podcast → Read More

Detroit makes its mark on the lineup for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival in January

'Dinner in America,' which was shot in metro Detroit, has made the cut for the Sundance film fest along with a few other movies with Motor City ties. → Read More

'30 Rock' star to perform in Detroit, cover issues 'nobody wants to talk about'

Judah Friedlander was wearing hats with slogans on '30 Rock' long before Trump became president; now he's talking hot-button issues on comedy tour. → Read More

6,600 Hallmark ornaments just arrived at Henry Ford Museum: When you can see them

The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn has acquired a vast collection of Hallmark ornaments and will display highlights starting Monday. → Read More

Paul and Jamie's baby is grown up in 'Mad About You' reboot — and she's from Detroit

Actress Abby Quinn, 23, who hails from Bloomfield Hills, is Mabel in Spectrum TV's sequel series to the Paul Reiser/Helen Hunt sitcom 'Mad About You.' → Read More

Liam Hemsworth spotted in Detroit filming bite-sized TV series for new streaming site Quibi

Australian actor Liam Hemsworth, recently divorced from pop star Miley Cyrus, popped up on social media while filming project in Detroit for Quibi. → Read More

Scorsese's 'The Irishman' stirs controversy over its version of what happened to Jimmy Hoffa

Martin Scorsese's 'The Irishman' has experts on the unsolved mystery of Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance questioning the accuracy of this historical drama. → Read More

New York stands in for Detroit in 'The Irishman,' Martin Scorsese's Jimmy Hoffa epic

'The Irishman,' Martin Scorsese's three-hour-plus epic on the mob and Jimmy Hoffa, didn't film in Detroit or capture last place labor leader was seen. → Read More

'To Kill a Mockingbird' Tony winner to be honored with Celia Keenan-Bolger Day in Detroit

Celia Keenan-Bolger won a Tony for playing Scout in 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and now is being saluted with Detroit day in her honor. → Read More

Preet Bharara talks Trump, impeachment inquiry and bringing podcast to Royal Oak

Fired as U.S. Attorney by Donald Trump, Preet Bharara -- CNN analyst, author and law professor -- is bringing his 'Stay Tuned' podcast to Royal Oak. → Read More

Tracy Letts steals every scene he's in as Henry Ford 'the Deuce' in 'Ford v Ferrari'

Tracy Letts plays Henry Ford II, the 1960s titan of Ford Motor Co., the ultimate power executive in "Ford v Ferrari" → Read More

‘Ford v Ferrari’ movie prompts Ford to open vault, reveal real story of famed auto race

Ford Motor Co. still has all the artifacts — and memories — of the 1966 Le Mans race depicted in 'Ford v Ferrari' with Matt Damon and Christian Bale. → Read More

'Detroiters' star Sam Richardson goes to Ghana for 'Conan Without Borders' special

Sam Richardson, the actor who grew up in Detroit and Ghana, traveled to the African nation with Conan O'Brien for 'Conan Without Borders' special. → Read More

Detroit will get early look at Martin Scorsese film about Jimmy Hoffa and the mob

'The Irishman,' Martin Scorsese's mob epic that stars Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa, will get an early theatrical release in Detroit. → Read More

'Amazing Race' host coming to Detroit to find contestants for new CBS reality show

'Tough As Nails,' an upcoming CBS reality competition from Phil Keoghan, will hold auditions in Detroit for men and women who work hard for their money. → Read More

5 essentials about the late, great John Witherspoon, comedy icon from Detroit

John Witherspoon, who died at 77, was a comedy standout for decades in stand-up, movies and TV. Here are some essential facts about the Detroit native. → Read More

Detroit movie event exposes a brutal chapter in history of American racism

'The Rape of Recy Taylor' documents fight for justice by a black sexual assault survivor, whose cause was aided by civil rights icon Rosa Parks. → Read More

Detroit TV's beloved 'lottery lady' Aggie Usedly dies at 79

Aggie Usedly reigned as the "lottery lady" during a long career announcing winning numbers on WDIV (Channel 4). She died at 79, the station said. → Read More

Louis C.K. returning to Detroit in first tour since sexual misconduct scandal

Disgraced in 2017 by allegations he admitted were true, Louis C.K. is making his biggest comeback effort yet with a 14-city tour. → Read More

New Detroit outdoor art, lights display at MOCAD will blow your mind

Outdoor art installation "Detroit Robolights" takes the concept of a holiday light display and turns it into a mind-expanding trip through the imagination. → Read More