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February 23, 2021

The Tech Hub of The Midwest

By: Jeff Brown

In the last few years, I’ve heard a lot about how Detroit is fast becoming the ‘Tech Hub of the Midwest.’ While it’s nice that people are taking notice, it’s sort of old news. Like century-old news. Since the late…

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February 14, 2021

Detroit Is for Lovers

By: Jeff Brown

When it comes to leisure, what is most important to you? New experiences? Old pastimes? Detroit’s cultural landscape is over 300 years old and we have the institutions to show for it. Our city has something for everyone and even…

Detroit City News
September 20, 2019

Celebrate The Belle Isle Boat House At The Boat House Beer Fest

By: Lauren Nowacki

The Detroit Boat Club Crew invites you to “Raise your glass to Belle Isle’s iconic ‘Boat Club’” at the Boat House Beer Fest on Saturday, September 28. Part restoration fundraiser and part celebration of a historic Detroit gem, the Boat…

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September 13, 2019

Detroit SOUP: A Crowdfunding Potluck That Celebrates And Funds Detroit Do-Gooders

By: Lauren Nowacki

If you’re hungry for community, conversation and change, come to Detroit SOUP’s monthly Citywide dinners at the Jam Handy. In addition to good company, you’ll also get a great meal. Detroit SOUP is a microgranting potluck dinner that’s open to…

Detroit City News
September 6, 2019

Dally In The Alley Returns This Saturday

By: Lauren Nowacki

For more than 40 years, Dally in the Alley has celebrated local art, music and food in the alleys of Detroit’s Cass Corridor district. One of the city’s longest-running events and largest annual community festivals, Dally in the Alley supports…

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August 20, 2019

The Creative’s Guide To Detroit

By: Molly Grace

Out-of-towners might not realize it but Detroit has become as much of a hub for creative folk as it has for sports fans and car aficionados. With the many art installations and the increasing esports presence in the city, those…

Detroit City News
August 16, 2019

Detroit Burger Week: Here’s What You Need To Know

By: Lauren Nowacki

Ask a crowd of Detroit foodies what the best burger in the city is and you’re likely to incite an uprising. Find out for yourself and join the debate during Detroit Burger Week, which starts Monday, August 19 and lasts…

Detroit City News
August 9, 2019

City Cyclists Invited To Ride Through Detroit And Raise Funds for Wayne State University Scholarships

By: Lauren Nowacki

Cyclists of all levels: get ready to roll! Wayne State University’s annual cycling event, The Baroudeur, is on August 17 and invites riders of all abilities to ride throughout Detroit and the surrounding areas while raising money for student scholarships.…

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August 9, 2019

Outdoor Summer Movies In Detroit Are Wrapping Up – Don’t Miss Your Chance To Catch A Free Flick

By: Lauren Nowacki

Any movie buff will tell you that one of the elements of a great movie is great scenery. And Detroit summer nights – warm breezes, plush lawns, starry nights and the city’s skyline – set the perfect scene for a…