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Du Nain Rouge 5K Runners Protect Detroit From A Mythical Red Imp

The Nain Rouge has been haunting Detroit since 1701. Help run this evil red imp out of town during this 5K.

03/14/2014

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‘Wish Upon A Wedding’ Helps People In Extreme Circumstances Tie The Knot

By Carissa Hutchinson @cnhutch1991 During my freshman year of college I joined Delta Zeta. The reason why I picked them was because in my eyes I thought their philanthropies were very important. Delta Zeta supports [...]

03/14/2014

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Alternatives For Girls Role Model Dinner

Alternatives For Girls helps at-risk girls and young women reach their full potential.

03/13/2014

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“The Flash” Coming To The CW

Actor Grant Gustin first appeared on “Arrow” as the Central City criminal investigator Barry Allen.

03/11/2014

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Metro Diva’s Perfume Guide: Spring Fragrances 2014

Polar vortex temperatures are still in effect but the brightness and blooming of spring is on the horizon.

03/05/2014

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“Keep Your Rear In The Clear” Coming to Metro Detroit

Coming in March 28-29, 2014 to the Michigan Science Center is “Keep Your Rear in the Clear” a giant inflatable walk-through colon that’s 20-feet long and 12-feet high.

02/28/2014

Howard Gospel Choir, Mosaic Singers and others to perform for DETROIT Scholarship Concert

The internationally known Howard Gospel Choir will be featured at this year’s 4th Annual Scholarship Concert presented by New Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church on Friday, March 7, 2014.

02/28/2014

High school students from Dearborn’s Pockets of Perception (POP) student design team recently visited the Dearborn Intermodal Passenger Rail Station construction site where the mosaic mural they designed will be installed this spring. The POP team includes 10 students who represent all three of Dearborn's public high schools. Since September 2012, the students have worked together, under the guidance of instructors Wendy Sample and Mohamad Bazzi, to design the mosaic mural that will be a focal point in the new station. From left: Mohamad Bazzi, POP instructor; Mike Kirk, Rail Station Architect from Neumann/Smith Architecture; Claire Young, Edsel Ford High School; Siham Saleh and Aleen Bazzi, Fordson High School; and Jack Davis, Dearborn High School. (Credit: Dearborn Community Fund)

Dearborn “POP” Student Design Team Visits Future Home Of Their Mosaic

High school students from Dearborn’s Pockets of Perception (POP) student design team recently visited the construction site of Dearborn’s new Intermodal Passenger Rail Station where the mosaic mural they designed will be installed.

02/21/2014

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Detroit Video Discovery

Detroit-area filmmaker groups come together to show off their film making skills in the genre of found footage.

02/21/2014

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