Tomorrow! McDonald’s Celebrates Detroit’s B-Day With FREE Boston Coolers!

July 23, 2016 by  
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Detroit Retailer ‘Detroit Is The New Black’ Opens This Weekend!

July 22, 2016 by  
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Detroit Is The New Black Opening: Sunday, July 24 Hours: Monday - Saturday 11:00 AM- 7:00 PM  Sunday 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM 1426 Woodward Avenue

Next Week! 2nd Annual Dodgeball Tournament In Campus Martius, Benefiting Detroit Youth

July 22, 2016 by  
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Be a part of a fun and active twist on happy hour with a playful game of dodgeball while supporting the youth of Detroit on Thursday, July 28,2016 at 5:00 pm in Cadillac Square, just East of Campus Martius, 800 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI! Last year, Dodge for Detroit raised over $20,000 to provide much needed funding for Scouting’s outreach programs to provide character development,

Today! Connect With Your Fellow Detroiters Over A Fun Game Of Connect Four!

July 22, 2016 by  
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It's been a pretty intense month, with an extra dose of political divisiveness. We want to counter this with more connection & love. Inspired by a story from NYC, DDF creative director Melinda "MeMe" Anderson is dusting off her Connect Four sets and inviting us all to play together this Friday. Over friendly games, they'll also be collecting creative ideas for a more connected city. Connect

Where to Eat and Drink in Detroit’s Current Renaissance Moment

July 20, 2016 by  
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Detroit is on its way back from the brink and its revival is being led, in part, by the food and wine industry. Don't let the reputation scare you: It's one of the most vibrant, interesting and delicious places I've visited in years. The largest municipal bankruptcy in American history and the flight of half its population haven't been kind. It can look scary, but the city is now stable,

Belle Isle Conservancy Hosts 1st Annual Sunset At The Scott To Benefit The Scott Fountain Pewabic Tile Fund

July 20, 2016 by  
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The Belle Isle Conservancy is hosting Sunset at the Scott, an event to raise funds for the Scott Fountain Pewabic Tile Fund, in an effort to restore the historic Pewabic tile mosaic that once covered the basin of the James Scott Memorial Fountain. Sunset at the Scott will take place on Wednesday, August 17 from 6:30PM-8:30PM on the Belle Isle paddock near the Scott Fountain. The event will

If You’re Not Turned On By Detroit’s New Energy, You’d Better Check Your Pulse

July 20, 2016 by  
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Photo: Robin Soslow If you're not turned on by Detroit's new energy, you'd better check your pulse. Boom and bloom have shattered the Motor City's gloom-and-doom reputation. Super-charged vital signs include a white-hot urban art scene, homegrown jazz, R&B, funk and electronic virtuosos, sensational bargain-priced food, coffee and craft beer, a fresh new riverfront, a greenway where lush

Hey America. This Is How You Create Major Change In Your Community, Detroit Style.

July 20, 2016 by  
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Art Meets Sushi: New Restaurant ITADAKU Opening In Corktown!

July 19, 2016 by  
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Photo: Andres Ortiz Inspired by the origins of sushi (fast food), Detroit artist and chef Mike Han has developed a sustainable sushi concept called ITADAKU that will serve high quality sushi fast. This fine-casual sushi shop will feature Daku Maki (large format hand rolls), salads, and rice bowls along with traditionally made nigiri and sashimi. ITADAKU is the intersection of Han’s two

How Detroit Passed Silicon Valley

July 19, 2016 by  
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By Rick Merritt, Silicon Valley Bureau Chief, EE Times Detroit's progress in diversity is a lesson it can give Silicon Valley in exchange for its example of passion for startups. Just before the Fourth of July holiday, I got an email pitching a story about progress with the turnaround in Detroit, the city where I was born. I was especially intrigued because the email hit my iPhone just as I

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