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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a new statewide epidemic order to limit the spread of the coronavirus -- here’s how the new restrictions will affect you.
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PLEASE SUPPORT US NOW Now is the time to support Planet Detroit’s local independent nonprofit environmental journalism. Starting now—through December 31—NewsMatch will match your new monthly donation 12x or double your one-time gift, all up to $5,000.
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Social distancing doesn't mean you have to miss out on fresh seafood, melt-in-your-mouth cookies, mile-high sandwiches and more.
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Heather Coleman-Voss of Career Savvy Coaching has some advice for landing a dream job.
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Less than a year after opening, coworking space Seat Detroit left their rental in Eastern Market to focus on building a community of entrepreneurs in the North End.
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Detroit chefs, restaurants and markets we love can help make Thanksgiving feel special, with meals to pre-order, pies that are better than homemade and nontraditional options that still feel festive.
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Planet Detroit is your source for reporting on environmental issues in Detroit and Michigan, following the stories that impact you, your health and your community.
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obama building in detroit
Developers of the Obama Building took a unique approach to ensure it would serve residents, and in the process, baked in more community benefits than many projects in the city.
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