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The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art sustains Detroit's creative legacy and builds momentum for the future. Photo courtesy
Whether you're planning to splurge on gifts for friends and family, or just use holiday entertaining as an excuse to redecorate
And this weekend, on what's become nationally known as Small Business Saturday, shopping is turning into a full-on celebration
As Detroiters, we are daily seeing progress being made but I know I have wondered at times, what is the vision behind it all? Thankfully for today's Detroit, those on the front lines are visionaries that have bought into a common vision.
DETROIT, MI - Scott Moloney nearly moved into the wrong building, jammed his ice cream machine the first time he used it
Puzzle Piece Theatre's founder DB Schroeder said the $5,000 would go towards purchasing the rights to the first play they'll
"In this neighborhood you can never have too many [gift shops and items] for the holidays," Lutz said. "We have really, really
"Go actually hang out where you think you want to open a brick-and-mortar business and see what the actual foot traffic is
The Comerica Hatch Detroit contest, founded last year by Nick Gorga and Ted Balowski, will provide $50,000 and support services
Stacy Goldberg worked as a nutritional consultant before noticing the emergence of the free-from market for food, a niche
Declining, desperate Detroit is old news. It's not that the city's economic woes, struggling schools, racial friction and crime have been magically solved. But there are new stories to tell about Detroit today.
By Dave Shepardson Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he will be in Detroit Monday for a meeting on the fate of the
This Saturday, as people across the country celebrate a national holiday for music lovers, Detroit's record shops will get
Hatch last week announced the contest's second iteration, starting June 1, and a new sponsor, Comerica Bank. "For that initial
While a big fist hangs defiantly in the shadow of City Hall, Detroit packs more than a punch -- it packs the collective energy of a city and region that epitomize resiliency.
LiveSnip isn't Cahill's first business idea; he's been writing code since he was 13 years old. One of the first programs
And will Detroit Venture Partners, which provides support and funding for local startups, take an interest in any of the
DIB announced this week on their website that the company will make its home in Corktown in a nondescript building at Michigan
When there's a need for something to be available on a mobile phone, Fred and Paul Jacobs will be there to come up with the way to do it.
Normally, the worst advice anyone can give in business is "If you build it, they will come." However, the city of Detroit, in particular the Detroit 2.0 movement, is a classic example of "build it, and they will come."