Help Eliminate Youth Homelessness With Start(ing) From Detroit’s Kick Off Concert Feb 1

January 29, 2016 by  
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Start(ing) from Detroit is a 4-month campaign to raise awareness and propel change on the issue of youth homelessness.  The campaign will raise funds for a coalition of organizations working at the front lines; these organizations collectively serve thousands of young people every day; our goal is to empower them to serve significantly more, with the greatest impact, until the point where

ABC Travel Guides Names Detroit One Of The Top 2016 Family Travel Destinations

January 6, 2016 by  
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Philly takes the top spot, 3 Florida cities are featured and Detroit's comeback continues. . . Philadelphia, PA Time for an authentic Philly cheesesteak and a visit to the City of Brotherly Love as Franklin Square turns 10 and the National Constitution Center hosts Headed to the White House this election year. Kimpton, Omni and Loews Hotels love families. Best ice cream parlor is The

USA Today Says To Visit Detroit In 2016. Here Are The Reasons Why.

January 6, 2016 by  
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After a year of historic announcements, surprising discoveries and unexpected natural phenomena in 2015, it's hard to say what 2016 will hold for travelers. But we do know that the year ahead will be one of technological innovations and historical significance in many American destinations. Here are the places across the U.S. to keep on your travel radar in 2016. Detroit Detroit is a

Forbes “30 Under 30″ Gives Sweet Recognition To This Detroiter!

January 5, 2016 by  
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Photo: Freep.com Alexandra Clark, 27 Founding Chocolatier, Bon Bon Bon Clark, who has been working in the confectionery industry since she was 14 years old, studied the art of chocolate-making by crisscrossing the globe. When it came time to open her own shop, she wanted it in no place other than Detroit, her hometown.  Bon Bon Bon, which now has three locations across the city, is the

The Washington Post: Detroit Suddenly Becoming A Food Mecca

January 5, 2016 by  
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Photo: Yelp, Antietam's Enrtecote de Boeuf  Veteran Detroiters always knew their city was a meat-and-potatoes town. To find more-eclectic cuisine meant doing what most people downtown did after work: Leave. No more. Detroit is in the midst of a culinary transformation. Rock-bottom housing stock and an emerging generation of young restaurateurs and chefs settling in to experiment have

Detroit Slides Into The #15 Spot On This “Most Influential” List

January 4, 2016 by  
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Photo: http://motorcitymuckraker.com/ There are many ways to take stock of influence in the art world—critical reception, popularity, and market prowess are among them. As the art world continues to expand, that becomes all the more difficult. We’re in a moment of regionalization—with art scenes thriving in São Paulo, Singapore, and Istanbul—as much as we are in one of consolidation around

Local Detroit Biz: Sales Soar After Shark-Tank Appearance

December 28, 2015 by  
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Photo: Shark Tank Just because an entrepreneur walks away without a deal from the billionaire moguls on Shark Tank doesn’t mean the pitch was a failure. In many cases, the effort to get Mark Cuban, Lori Grenier or even Kevin “Mr. Wonderful” O’Leary to invest can itself turn out to be a huge success. That’s what happened to Jess Sanchez-McClary. The CEO of Detroit’s McClary Bros. originally

Mark Wahlberg Is Opening A Wahlburgers Location In Detroit!

December 15, 2015 by  
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.@mark_wahlberg says get ready for some Wahlbergers Motown! @FOX2News exclusive! And there maybe more! @BedrockPR pic.twitter.com/vxeuRyH64X — Lee Thomas (@leethomasfox2) December 15, 2015

What To Do Over Break: Michigan Science Center After Dark Holiday Mixology (And More)!

December 15, 2015 by  
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While school is out for winter break, curious minds of all ages will enjoy plenty of fun and educational activities at the Michigan Science Center (MiSci). Highlighting December’s activities are MiSci’s 3rd birthday celebration, showings of Jerusalem in the IMAX® Dome theater, gift making workshops, holiday camps and more. “We’ve put together a range of engaging STEM programs for kids and

This is a HUGE Win For Detroit!

December 14, 2015 by  
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Detroit has become the first U.S. city to receive the “city of design” designation from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It will join 47 other cities from 33 countries as a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, which is made up of cities with a strong legacy in one of seven creative fields, from gastronomy and literature to design. Member cities

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