Just In: This Detroit Bar Made Esquire’s Best Bar Hall Of Fame

May 26, 2016 by  
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Photo: Sugar House THE HALL OF FAME BY ALL RIGHTS, FIRST PLACE on any list of the best bars of the twenty-first century should go to Milk & Honey, founded in New York in 1999 by the late and much-lamented Sasha Petraske, who did more than anybody else to establish the parameters for the modern cocktail bar. Unfortunately, it closed a couple years ago, and there's no point in us listing a

Must See TV: Detroit Police Bust A Move In #RunningManChallenge Video

May 26, 2016 by  
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Anthem of Us: A Short Film About Detroit Presented by Bedrock

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See What Small Business MILKHOUSE Has Been Able To Accomplish With Comcast Business

May 26, 2016 by  
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Comcast Business wireless solutions allow Milkhouse to offer fast, convenient service to customers with reliable POS systems and Internet capabilities. Comcast Business provides a number of small business solutions best suited to your industry, company size and service needs. Find the one that's right for you. Head over to the Comcast Business Community page where you will find great articles

Detroit Startup Week™ Announces Marquee Speakers

May 19, 2016 by  
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Global initiative celebrates entrepreneurs in Detroit May 23-27  Detroit Startup Week, powered by Chase, will feature over 100 events with 2,500+ participants expected over five days. Marquee speakers include:  Bill Ford, executive chairman, Ford Motor Company Jennifer Piepszak, CEO of Chase Business Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin, co-founders, theSkimm Tami Door, president and CEO,

Recent MSU Graduates Flock To Detroit To Start Careers

May 18, 2016 by  
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Photo: Crain's Detroit Like many Rust Belt cities, Detroit has been slowly rebuilding from decades of neglect and the catastrophic recession in 2008 that nearly destroyed the city's auto industry, the lifeblood of its economy. On top of that, the housing market crash that kicked off the recession hit Detroit the hardest, carrying the highest number of foreclosures nationwide during that

Will Detroit Makers and Small Businesses Win One for the Underdog?

May 17, 2016 by  
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Kaitlyn and Ryan Lawless of  Corbé. A ceramic artist fires a plate in an industrial kiln in her bright studio loft, overlooking a community garden and a row of hip bustling eateries. This isn’t New York City. It’s Michigan. There are parallel timelines in the history of Detroit. The popular version that gave the metropolis its “Motor City “ moniker and ended in bankruptcy and desertion is

8 Street Art Hot Spots In Detroit

May 10, 2016 by  
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Photo: Bedrock Detroit Detroit has become a mecca for artists and entrepreneurs thanks to cheap real estate and plenty of space to bring creativity to life, so it’s no surprise that a flurry of new murals and public art projects are enlivening run-down corners downtown. Last fall a street art festival brought in talent from all over the world to add color to Detroit’s historic farmers’

Shark Tank Is Casting In Detroit!

May 10, 2016 by  
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Detroit's Jess Sanchez-McClary pitching her business, McClary Bros.Photo: Shark Tank Register to pitch your business at the Detroit Casting Call for ABC’s Shark Tank on May 16, 2016 with Brand Camp University at Grand Circus Detroit. Values Partnerships is working with Shark Tank and our partners to support entrepreneurship and bring more diverse ideas and voices to the show. On a first

Detroit Is Finally On The Verge Of A Real Renaissance

May 10, 2016 by  
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Photo: Katie Hammel Residents of Detroit — plagued with crime and blight for decades — have been waiting for it to become the “Renaissance City” that one of its nicknames heralds it to be since the 1980s But it seems Detroit’s time has finally come, or at least, it’s on its way. In recent years, the Michigan city’s been called “the new Brooklyn” enough to annoy residents of both areas, but

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