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Mayor Duggan to launch Motor City Small Business Program

Mayor Duggan to launch Motor City Match program to grow neighborhood businesses across Detroit

 

WHAT:      Press event to launch Motor City Match, Detroit’s newest program to grow neighborhood small business on the city’s key commercial corridors. 96 more words

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Help Slacker Raise Money To Get Out Of The Michigan Human Society 'Dog House'!

Michigan Humane Society’s 26th annual Bow Wow Brunch is right around the corner and I volunteered to be “in the doghouse” this year with a few other CBS Radio personalities Chuck Edwards from WYCD and Holly Hutton from WOMC. 160 more words

Features

Map: Network of Expressways for Detroit 1943

This map is from the “Mayor’s Street Improvement Committee” in 1943. It seems like there are an unimaginable amount of “expressways” and perhaps the term is not being used as we currently understand it. 10 more words

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Interview: "Model D"

Tod Machover writes:

Great new interview about the SYMPHONY IN D project for Detroit, by Walter Wasacz in “Model D.” Walter says I am “friendly, down to earth, even” – gee, I HOPE so:) – and I’m thrilled that my dear friend and brilliant musician/writer Wesley Strick also got mentioned in the article; his name came up because Walter had written for Creem Magazine which started in Detroit; that was one of Wes’ first writing gigs (although from Manhattan), although he is now better know as one of Hollywood’s most prominent screenwriters.

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Coop's Top 3 Reasons Our Opening Day Block Party Is A Must-Do!

Monday is Opening Day for our Detroit Tigers and it shocks me how many people have never been down to our annual Opening Day Block Party! 266 more words

Detroit

Man Beaten By Inkster Police Officers Passes Polygraph Test

Man beaten by Inkster police officers aces polygraph test

Floyd Dent was hooked up to a lie detector machine by one of the most highly-regarded examiners in the state of Michigan and asked direct questions about threatening police officers in Inkster. 249 more words

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