See How Ben Affleck Reps Detroit While Taking The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

August 18, 2014 by  
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Not One To Advocate Copying, But Detroit Needs One Of These…

August 13, 2014 by  
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When Copenhagen started building a new network of separated bike lanes in the early 1980s, it quickly became a model of how to take a city back from cars. Now, more people bike than drive in the city center, and in the city as a whole, more people commute to work by bike than in the entire U.S. combined. But the city is aiming for even more bike commuters, and keeps building new

Meet The Detroit Activist Who Stars In Apple’s New iPad Ad

August 11, 2014 by  
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Photo via Apple Apple's newest iPad commercial turns the spotlight on Detroit community activist Jason Hall, co-founder of a massive weekly group bike ride through the city. The 30- and 60-second spots — part of the "Your Verse" campaign that focuses on how creative folks use the iPad — shine a lyrical light on Detroit too, where Hall's Slow Roll bike ride is attracting upwards of 3,000

Tomorrow! Once Around Belle Isle Beach Fest

August 8, 2014 by  
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Get your Tix For Riviere28 Soiree on the Greenway 2014, Thursday August 7!

August 1, 2014 by  
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Event Details The second event of our summer series will take place on the Dequindre Cut Greenway featuring food trucks, beer &  wine bar, live entertainment, and the chance to contribute to a community art project on this former Grand Trunk Railroad line. Now the 1.35-mile Dequindre Cut greenway offers a pedestrian link between the Riverfront, Eastern Market and many of the residential

SI: Tampa News Station Tweeted An Awful Joke About Detroit, But Detroit Got The Last Laugh

August 1, 2014 by  
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The Rays traded David Price to the Tigers yesterday. Price handled the situation well, tweeting a message of thanks to the Tampa fans. The Tampa FOX affiliate was not nearly as gracious, though: Ha! Poverty! Hilarious! Good thing Florida is such a pristine tropical paradise. The FOX affiliate in Detroit had spectacular comeback, though: Detroit, 1.  Tampa, 0. Click HERE for the full

According to Buzzfeed, The Greatest Wedding Photo Was Take In Detroit

July 25, 2014 by  
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Click HERE for the full article and true story behind this photo!

Why You Should Dine At Wright & Co. (It’s Not Just For The Food And Drink)

July 25, 2014 by  
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This infamous Sautéed Sea Scallops  I have never written a food or restaurant review on my blog, just something I never felt compelled to do. Plus, I think most restaurant reviews are meh and really do not enjoy doing what everyone else is doing. With that said, the reason I am writing this post is NOT to discuss the food or the drinks.  Quickly, though, everything we ordered from the menus

Tickets Now Available! 2014 Hatch Detroit ‘Hatch Off’ August 20th!

July 24, 2014 by  
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$50K is on the line for 4 competing entrepreneurs. Are you ready to watch the next retail business HATCH in Detroit? Tickets are now available for the 2014 HATCH OFF on AUG 20! Watch as our Top 4 Finalists pitch their business to a panel of judges, business and community leaders — the winner of the $50,000 grant will be announced that same night! Enjoy a

Huffington Post: I Want to Visit Detroit Again, And Here’s Why

July 23, 2014 by  
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There have been so many stories written about the demise and downfall of Detroit. The government is corrupt. The auto manufacturers are falling behind. The city is desolate and homes can be purchased for one dollar. I have spent a total of two days in Detroit, far too little time to assess whether or not any or all of those things are entirely accurate, but I can say without a doubt that I am

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