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Live6 Alliance and Model D host productive community conversation

Attendees included students, faculty and leadership from both the University of Detroit Mercy and Marygrove College, as well as residents and business owners who live and work in the communities along 6 Mile and Livernois Avenue.

Art and coffee collide in Hamtramck with the opening of Oloman Cafe

Oloman Cafe opened to steady crowds on the morning of Monday, December 5th. The cafe, which is part coffee shop, part art gallery, and part photography studio, is located in the former space of the Belmont Bar.

East Dearborn's City Hall Artspace Lofts bazaar offers local, one-of-a-kind gifts

Pieces include handmade jewelry, sculptures, textiles, glass dolls, and visual arts.

Entrepreneur launches 'Rochester-opoly' in time for the holidays

Do not pass go takes on a new meaning in Rochester's own version of Monopoly.

How Metro Detroit's car-oriented suburbs are implementing a 'new American dream'

Is the auto-dominated, cul-de-sac, sprawl suburb permanently losing its hold on the American imagination? Sterling Heights, Troy and Southfield are planning on it.

If you don't evolve, you die: How Jacob Bishop re-energized the Mr. Alan's brand

Jacob Bishop transformed Metro Detroit's longtime bargain menswear chain into a place for finding the latest trends in shoes and clothing. Here's how he did it.

Placemaking initiative set to improve MacArthur Park and Clinton River in downtown Mt. Clemens

Proposed improvements include a universally accessible kayak and canoe launch, universally accessible restrooms, and a universally accessible picnic table with a charging station.

Clay Township named Sturgeon Capital of Michigan

Sturgeon can grow over 8 feet long and weigh up to 800 pounds. And the St. Clair River is the best place in Michigan to catch one.

Detroit Grooming Company CEO keeps hands-on approach to business growth

Since 2013, Detroit Grooming Company has gone from filling 10 orders per week to over 100 per day.

Oakland County joins PACE program to promote energy efficiency for businesses

PACE offsets the upfront costs of energy efficiency upgrades through a special property tax assessment.

After 35 years, Royal Oak vegetarian restaurant gets better and better

As the owner of one of the oldest vegetarian restaurants in the country, Nick Raftis believes that Inn Season Cafe is not something you own but something you take care of for the next generation.

8 ways to enjoy the weekend in Metro Detroit

It's Noel Night in Detroit, and you have plenty of options to catch that holiday spirit. Enjoy the weekend!

9 ways to enjoy Metro Detroit this November weekend

Learn about Anime, make a clay tile whilst sipping wine, or enjoy some operatic hits at the Whitney this weekend.

Lake Norcentra Park successfully raises more than $100,000 for improvements

The multiple improvements come as a result of a $51,201 crowdfunding campaign and a $50,000 grant.
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