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Metro Detroit's independent local news outlets making the best of a bad time in journalism

For the area's unconventional news outlets, 2016 was actually a good yearfor some, their best yet.

8 ways to get out and enjoy Metro Detroit this holiday break

Don't spend the whole week staring at your phone.

Q&A: Victoria Byrd Olivier on Detroit Future City and green infrastructure

How does green infrastructure fit into the work of Detroit Future City? 

Emerging leaders convene to talk #solutionsjournalism

Metromode convened a group of emerging leaders to help advance our solutions journalism on metro Detroit's most pressing issues. Here's what they had to say, and here's your opportunity to weigh in.

5 things to know about the new regional transit plan

The Southeast Michigan Regional Transit Authority unveiled a master plan for regional transit today, Here's what you need to know.

Grosse Pointe whiskey bar adds live music to its repertoire

The Whiskey Six, a Prohibition-era themed whiskey bar with an upscale pub menu, will now be offering live music as well.

U.S. Census Bureau says metro Detroit grew in 2015

As recently as 2009, metro Detroit experienced the largest population losses in the country. In 2015, the region grew, albeit modestly.


Siren PR expands but doesn’t want to outgrow kitchen table

The boutique public relations firm is technically based in Grosse Pointe, but it's real home is on the laptops of its four-person team across metro Detroit.

Make art in metro Detroit? You could win a MI Great Artist cash prize

If you live, work, or go to school in one of eight counties in southeast Michigan and make visual art, you are eligible for the MI Great Artist competition and a share of the $16,000 in prize money.

NAACP branch in the works for the Grosse Pointes

A group of residents hopes to make the Grosse Pointes more welcoming to people of color by establishing a local chapter of the NAACP.

Grosse Pointe Park adds large planters at border with Detroit

The saga of the Detroit-Grosse Pointe Park border on Kercheval Avenue just got a little stranger this week when the city of Grosse Pointe Park added large planters to the border area that has been reconfigured multiple times over the last year.

Ford House renovations to restore historical elements, enhance visitor experience

Changes to the estate include major electrical upgrades and a new stormwater management system, as well as a bridge to Bird Island.

Scott Shuptrine Interiors moves into new Grosse Pointe location

A large, long-vacant spot in Grosse Pointe will soon be occupied by Scott Shuptrine Interiors.

A second city-owned movie theater opens in Grosse Pointe Park

The 70-seat, $750,000 Carol C. Schaap Theater was built next door to the current Okulski Family Theater and was paid for by donations from the local Schaap family and the nonprofit Grosse Pointe Park Foundation to the city.
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