CW50 Street Team
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|Krystle Anderson||Megg Jacobs||Scott Wolchek|
The Ann Arbor Art Fair is a huge event that features artists from around the globe. This year, the weather couldn’t have been better.
Success is not about who succeeds first, but who succeeds best! The annual Hour Detroit: “Best of Detroit” party took place this past weekend. The show featured over 30 of the best restaurants in the […]
Remember when you were a kid and you used to make different things out of clay? The 21st annual Royal Oak: Clay, Glass and Metal Show took place this past weekend. The show featured an amazing diversity […]
Have you ever wanted to be “Greek for a day?” Well you are in luck if you visited the 2015 Ya’ssoo Ann Arbor Greek Festival this past weekend. When CW50 Street Team member Courtney Bennett […]
Detroit’s Riverfront was transformed with bails of hay, cowboy boots and country music as locals gathered to celebrate the 2015 Downtown Hoedown. “We been coming here for four years” says Ashley Gork. “I’m a big […]
Girls on the run is a youth organization with the mission of motivating and encouraging girls. The CW50 Street Team got the chance to join the organization along with volunteer, schools, and numerous girls for […]
Hundred of best friends were made this weekend at the Detroit Zoo Meet Your Best Friend day. “We adopt out five or six hundred animals throughout the two days” explained Ryan McTigue, Promotions Coordinator for […]
The Motor City Comic Con is the largest comic convention in the Metro Detroit area and it provides heavy doses of pop culture and fun. The event was held at the Suburban Collection Showplace in […]
Hundreds laced up their sneaker to take one step closer to a finding a cure for breast cancer at the 24th annual Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure in Detroit. “This is my third […]
“Their once was an old lady who lived in a shoe…” that line probably sparks a childhood memory or two? Which next leads to the question to read or not to read and the 2015 […]