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The Queen Next Door, a coffee table book of photographs by Linda Solomon, shows Aretha Franklin's life off-stage when she
By Damon Mitchell On a Friday afternoon earlier this month, Gwendolyn Harris recited vowel sounds from her brightly decorated classroom
If you haven’t memorized the name Sydney G. James, it’s time to take notes. James, a native Detroiter and College
At first glance, the Pay as You Stay program -- which would dramatically cut down on back taxes for low-income