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After the Oxford school shooting last week, readers reached out to share what they were grappling with and their perspectives
In its second year, the Detroit Farmer Land Fund has raised over $100,000 to support around 40 farmers in their
The Detroit Urban Craft Fair takes over the Masonic Temple this weekend, with more than 100 vendors selling handmade items.
Here are the best events and things to do in Detroit for the week of Dec. 1, from craft fairs
Volunteer with the Detour DoGooders at the Pope Francis Center then join the afterglow at the Apparatus Room on Thursday,
Jamon Jordan, Detroit's first official historian, is a tour guide and former classroom teacher who's made it his mission to
Like many Black Detroiters, people in my family dream of creating wealth and passing it down through the generations.
Once they individually finished their bachelor's degrees, my parents hit the ground running, got jobs, had a few kids, and
I always left Detroit for other opportunities. But I always came back.
From a sunset watch to a skate party, here are the best events going on around Detroit the week of