11 Reasons Why Detroit Is An Underrated City To Visit

September 1, 2015 by  
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Photo: Lotus Carroll  The Detroit of today is the great underdog, and most of the time when out-of-towners, world travelers, and even Detroit suburbanites are in town for longer than a Tigers game, they leave saying something like, "Wow! I didn’t know Detroit was a real city." Welp... we've got your "real city" right here, pal, and it comes with real people and real things to do (and yes,

Annual ‘Dally In The Alley’ Celebrates 38 Years Sept. 12

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The Dally in the Alley festival celebrates its 38th anniversary Saturday, September 12, 2015. Held in Detroit’s storied Cass Corridor, the annual event attracts tens of thousands of attendees to the live music, DJs, art, vendors, food, reunions with old friends, and the making new friends, too. The festival, a fundraiser for the North Cass Community Union, has some changes this year after

CNN Money: Detroit 2.0? Motown’s New Manufacturing

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PBS: Young And Old Learn From Each Other In Detroit’s Green Space

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You May Not Know These Black Millennials, But They’re Helping Detroit Make Its Comeback

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Photo: HuffPost Stories of Detroit's revival have continually left out the black residents working to improve the city they've called home for decades. Young black Detroiters have chosen to stay in the majority African-American city or have returned from other places to take part in revitalization efforts -- they’re working in the large organizations and foundations steering the ship,

You May Not Know These Black Millennials, But They’re Helping Detroit Make Its Comeback

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Photo: HuffPost Stories of Detroit's revival have continually left out the black residents working to improve the city they've called home for decades. Young black Detroiters have chosen to stay in the majority African-American city or have returned from other places to take part in revitalization efforts -- they’re working in the large organizations and foundations steering the ship,

Just In Time For Happy Hour! Detroit Drinking Hole Makes Thrillist’s 21 Best Cocktail Bars

August 28, 2015 by  
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Photo: Thrillist  SUGAR HOUSE One of the many reasons Sugar House in the Motor City continues to stay on our list year after year, might be the fact that the cocktail list is 21 pages long and includes a glossary. But you’re likely not going to make it past page two, as that has its amazing seasonal cocktail list. But if you want classics, may we suggest pages six through nine (!), which

This Is Sweet! Time Lapse Video Of The New Carhartt Mural

August 28, 2015 by  
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Belle Isle Summer Saturdays (BLISS) Returns This Saturday, Aug. 29!

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Activities are scheduled at several locations around the island throughout the day. Descriptions and times are listed on belleisleconservancy.org. NOTE:  Guests can pick up a “BLISS list” near the floral clock at the park entrance or at the BLISS info station in front of the Belle Isle Aquarium and collect stickers at each activity site to enter a drawing for a $50 Meijer gift card. BLISS

Some Familiar Names Land On Bon Appetit’s “26 Coolest, Tastiest Restaurant Trends” List

August 27, 2015 by  
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Photo: Batch Brewing Company 26 of the Coolest, Tastiest Restaurant Trends We Spotted In 2015 Our search for the nation’s best restaurants revealed far more than theHot 10—like croissants gone wild and a tropical wallpaper boom. Here’s a look at the coolest, tastiest trends we uncovered in 2015. Signs You’re in a New-School Brewery You won’t find bar nuts and Bud at the country’s

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