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Farmington / Farmington Hills


Farmington residents enjoy upscale amenities, quaint architecture and an ever-improving downtown. At the heart of Farmington sits the Civic Theatre, a landmark old-fashioned movie house that still operates. The city already boasts strong community with festivals, a lively farmer's market and great parks. Plus it plans to aggressively expand its greenspaces downtown, making it even more pedestrian-friendly.

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Hava Nagila to go: Jewish markets in Metro Detroit

To give you a taste of Jewish food in our region, Metromode profiled three local markets: a butcher shop, a well-known local deli and a growing kosher bakery chain. Mazel Tov and enjoy!

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VOICES: Infrastructure key to Southeast Michiganís future

Quality infrastructure is the very foundation of the health and economic prosperity of our region. So how do we invest in it wisely?

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Rebuilding Together Oakland County works toward safe, healthy homes...and parks

For 25 years, Rebuilding Together Oakland County has provided repair and renovation work for low-income homeowners. Metromode's Claire Charlton digs in to learn more about this hard-working nonprofit.

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Bridging Detroit's massive digital divide

These people and organizations are helping Detroiters access the internet, and to learn how to use it.

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A cultural history of Metro Detroit, Chapter One: Native Americans

We're starting from 1701 in our new series on Metro Detroit's ethnic and cultural history by local writer and historian Mickey Lyons.
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