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architecture in flint michigan, a day trip from detroit
There are countless architecture highlights just a short drive from Detroit -- here’s everything you need to plan a day trip (or eight).
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When food that he couldn’t serve piled up at his restaurant COOP Detroit, Chef Maxcel Hardy and his culinary students worked to donate it to essential workers.
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Formed in 2020, the Black to the Land Coalition is a Detroit group "of Black, Indigenous and People of Color nature enthusiasts, intent on helping fellow BIPOC actively engage in meaningful outdoor adventures.”
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darlene alston inside of her tea shop just a bit eclectic
Darlene Alston opened Just A Bit Eclectic, a tea shop, youth program and farm, on Detroit's west side eight years ago.
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East Eats owners
From Detroit Black Restaurant Week to dining domes and a cloud kitchen, Kwaku Osei-Bonsu of East Eats is forging his own path in food.
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Despite their high price tag, demand was high for the 14 sustainably-designed, single-family EcoHomes in Detroit.
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ali dural solar energy detroit
During the pandemic, Ali Dirul and his company Ryter Cooperative Industries have helped Detroit neighborhoods harness renewable energy.
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After a decade on the sidelines as over 100 Great Lakes region cities collaborated on common water issues, Detroit has bought in. Can it help drive a water infrastructure agenda? And what about shutoffs?
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inside sasha center detroit
The SASHA Center and BLOOM Transformation Center are two spaces in Detroit that center Black women's healing and mental health.
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home in detroit at center of legal dispute between hgtv star nicole curtis and detroit lank bank over ownership
HGTV host Nicole Curtis’ battle with the Detroit Land Bank over an Islandview home is the best argument you’ll ever see for forking over cash for title insurance.
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utility pole
As Michigan utilities braced for revenue loss during the pandemic, they instead earned up to $30 million beyond what they expected.
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Ang Adamiak spent the pandemic year shifting her nonprofit Arts & Scraps’ programming online and sending out creative supply kits.
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